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Religious leader reveals how Gay men come into existence

A bishop in Cyprus has explained how gays come into existence in this world in a series of teachings to primary school in Akaki, Cyprus.

According to the renowned religious leader, homose*xuals are born when their mothers have anal intercourse during their pregnancy.

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He claims that when women have anal se*x in their pregnancy, the desire is hatch and it develops into homose*xual tendencies which transfer to the baby who then becomes gay.

The Bishop of Morphou said: “It happens during the parent’s intercourse or pregnancy. It follows an abnormal se*xual act between the parents. To be more clear, anal se*x.

“[Saint Porfyrios] says that when the woman likes that, a desire is born, and then the desire is passed on to the child.”

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He went further to reveal that Saint Porfyrios, a relatively newly declared saint who died in the 90s wrote about homose*xuals before he died and ordered gay people to remain single and pray the gay away for the rest of their life.

The Bishop of Morphou was speaking at “spiritual meetings of dialogue”, a series of religious talk meetings that ran until this month.

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At the meeting which was opened to everyone from children to elders, the audience can ask the Bishop of Morphou any spiritual questions bothering them.

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Source:Ghpage.com

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