A topless woman from the feminist group Femen made a run for the Nativity scene in St. Peter's Square on Monday, Christmas Day, but was subdued by Vatican gendarme police as she reached the ascended the stage. She was attempted to steal the baby Jesus.
The protestor both shouted "God is woman" and had the same slogan painted on her exposed back. The apprehended and detained mere hours before Pope Francis delivered his Christmas message to over 50,000 people in the same square.
"Complete victory over patriarchy."
A Femen activist staged a similar action on Christmas Day in 2014, managing to take the statue of baby Jesus out of the crib before she was arrested.
What is this world coming to?
Turns out the Femen are bat-shit crazy extreme feminists.
And it is important that people do not confuse them with real feminists.
Whoa whoa whoa -- some people called for an extreme response to the protest.
It's just a baby statue of Jesus, people. Calm down.
Others supported the half-nude protestor.
They are all for the idea that God is a woman.
Of course, you have the orthodox argument that God is male.
Or is God genderless?
Either way, some people are not keen on this God no matter how you slice the gender.
Which always leads to someone saying this.
Nevertheless, the treatment of the woman by police was extreme.
That's it, everyone has been naughty this year.
No gifts for anyone.
A lot of people thought they were seeing Batman chasing her onto the Nativity scene.
Without fail, someone provided scripture as words of comfort.
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