This is the world upside down, as our grandmothers said. Except that this time, they are not wrong. On Facebook, Insta, these so-called social networks (but rather: modern Pandora’s boxes), we no longer have the right to expose the truth of a body. Part of a breast, part of a sex – and that’s the blacklist! It looks like in 1550, after the Council of Trent. Terrified by Protestantism, which denounced the debauchery of Rome, the Vatican chose “virtuous popes” whose first coup was to wage war on the penis. [The vice must be cut at the root.] Pius IV...
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