Nuns get partial win in Supreme Court contraception fight

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PaulBradley wrote:

Actually, every nun is married and, sometimes, she has sex albeit NOT with her ‘husband’!

The following is just a small part of “A Nun’s Testimony” by
Sister Charlotte Keckler (http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/nun.htm):

The room was bare except for the inevitable statue of the Virgin Mary. The priest perched in a straight-backed chair and the nun must come in and kneel before him. If she got out without being defiled and forced into some unspeakable depravity she was fortunate. No one ever interrupted the priest and the woman, no matter what transpired. One after another the nuns would enter and leave the room.

At other times it was not unusual for the Mother Superior to usher in a drunken priest who would pick out a nun and take her to a cell with him for more liquor and sex. The Mother Superior was a hard and carnal woman who had borne numbers of illegitimate children of priests and usually she drank with the visitors. The priest was well fed, healthy, and strong and lived a relatively easy life; therefore a poor, weakened nun was no match for him, to fight him off. Because she was helpless, he did whatever he pleased and violated her any way he chose. There is no one to defend or help her and none to even care about her being forced into harlotry. Because Mother Superior locked the cell there was no way to escape.

In view of the above, I think nuns DO need access to free contraception . . . :-)

Jan 24, 2014 5:28pm EST  --  Report as abuse
herbxerx wrote:

PaulBradley wrote: “There is no one to defend or help her and none to even care about her being forced into harlotry. Because Mother Superior locked the cell there was no way to escape.”

Oh that God and his crazy tests!

Jan 24, 2014 5:51pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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