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Vatican Scandal Escalates: ‘Orgasm-gate’ Sparks Controversy, Puts Cardinal in Peril

via Rome Reports
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Víctor Manuel “Tucho” Fernández, a close friend and ghostwriter for Pope Francis, faced controversy over a book discussing sexual topics and a chapter recounting conversations with a 16-year-old girl about erotic visions of Jesus.

Moral theologians criticized his views on God’s grace and his writings on kissing.

Despite his recent appointment as head of the Vatican’s doctrinal office, his past writings have sparked outrage, leading to calls for his resignation. (Trending: Trump Defies Court And Delivers Closing Argument At Civil Fraud Trial)

In his 1998 book, “Mystical Passion: Spirituality and Sensuality”, Fernández wrote, “Let’s not forget that women have a rich venous plexus around the vagina, which maintains a good blood flow after orgasm.”

“That’s why she is usually insatiable. She needs to release the pelvic congestion, and when this does not happen, after orgasm she may want more.”

“The woman requires more time, more dedication. She needs the man to give her something extra after he has achieved his own satisfaction,” he added.

Fernández said he has “never allowed it to be reprinted,” after stopping it from being published.

He also wrote to experience God’s love “does not mean, for example, that a homosexual will necessarily stop being homosexual.”

“Let us remember that God’s grace can coexist with weaknesses and even with sins, when there is a very strong conditioning,” he continued.

“In those cases, the person can do things that are objectively sinful, without being guilty, and without losing the grace of God or the experience of his love,” explained the Pope’s ghostwriter.

Fernández was also the author of a piece titled “Heal Me With Your Mouth: The Art of Kissing”.

“I want to clarify that this book was not written so much based on my own experience, but based on the lives of people who kiss,” wrote Fernández. “In these pages I want to synthesize the popular feeling, what people feel when they think of a kiss, what mortals experience when they kiss.”

“I went to bars, colleges, businesses, in order to ask young people about what they knew to say about kissing,” wrote Fernández.

“I collected varied opinions about what a kiss means for them, about the different ways of kissing,” he continued. “The penetrating kiss is when you suck and slurp with the lips. The penetrating kiss is when you stick in your tongue. Watch out for teeth,” Fernández advised.

Spectator associate editor Damian Thompson, wrote, “I’m going to say that Cardinal Fernandez’s resignation is now inevitable.”

“Looks like we have arrived at the final crisis of this pontificate,” continued the editor.

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