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What gay slur? Pope Francis has all his gowns made by this queer, tatted up bearded daddy

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Italian news service ANSA, the 87-year-old head of the Catholic church used the term “frociaggine” on Tuesday while telling priests that gay men should be welcomed to the church, but not allowed in seminaries.

Too late, gurl!Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.“Frociaggine” roughly translates in English to “f*****ness.”VATICAN'There is an air of fagg*tness in the Vatican'Pope Francis is quoted by ANSA News Agency as saying this to a gathering of priests today month, Pope Francis allegedly used the vulgar phrase – that has since been appropriated into THEE tagline of Hot Gay Summer – during a closed-door meeting with bishops on May 20.

In the aftermath, the Vatican issued a rare apology to “those who were offended.”“The pope never intended to offend or express himself in homophobic terms, and he extends his apologies to those who were offended by the use of a term, reported by others,” Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said in a statement.Some bishops tried to give Pope Francis a pass since he is Argentinian (but of Italian descent) and may not have been aware that the word is a considered abhorrent in Italian.Regardless, his use of the slur came to a shock to some since he’s been credited with being more tolerant of the LGBTQ+ community than past popes.

The parents also gave Pope Francis a rainbow T-shirt to wear.However, despite making disparaging homophobic remarks and not wanting gays in the priesthood, Pope Francis has no problem with a queer tattoo-clad muscle daddy checking his inseam.

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