This is me, Eccles

This is me, Eccles
This is me, Eccles

Thursday, 5 December 2019

The sex life of the Jesuit

We are grateful to Fr James Martin for drawing our attention to a survey which claims that "...same-sex behaviour is bound up in the nature of animal sex. It hasn't had to continually re-evolve: It's always been there."

Fr Jim is of course mentioning this as part of his campaign to get LGBT stuff accepted as normal, natural, not sinful, just as good as heterosexual behaviour, perhaps even better, how dare you boycott our Pride marches, let's make sure children learn about it from an early age, ...you bigots!

So we decided the time had come to write about the sex life of the Jesuit, a creature which evolved comparatively recently from the ape kingdom (1534 or thereabouts), and was known initially for its spiritual exercises, which later evolved into Ignatian yoga.

monkeys

Two Jesuits engaging in Ignatian yoga.

Jesuits are a male-only species, so it is not clear how they manage to breed (possibly, they are born as mutations from other humanoid species). They often live in single-sex communes, and - if we are to believe Fr Jim - they enjoy a perfectly natural sex life.

The dominant male of the pack (sometimes called a pope, superior general, or perhaps bishop) is usually an old man, and he does not normally engage in any activity beyond the uttering of incomprehensible grunts and the worship of strange objects. The younger Jesuits swear an oath of obedience to him, after which they are free to engage in single-sex activities. The more active Jesuits are often engaged in struggles for dominance, and it is said that they bend the youngest members, the seminarians, to their will. Sometimes they carry them off to their lairs (for example, beach houses) in order to practice "discernment" with them.

David Attenborough and monkeys

Natural Historian David Attenborough does the "sign of peace" with a Jesuit.

Jesuits are attracted by bright colours, for example rainbow-themed clothes, but are commonly seen dressed in black. Sometimes they can even be mistaken for human beings, at least until they start talking.

Since this is a family blog, we shall not go into the sordid details of their rituals (no doubt there is a David Attenborough television programme about them), but if we mention the words "accompaniment", "discernment", "spiritual exercise" and "missionary", I think most readers will know what I mean.

11 comments:

  1. Eating your young, marking territories, attacking invaders and flinging poop are also Jesuitical.

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  2. Nicely done. One doesn't have to be born a Jesuit however.
    In fact they pride themselves on recruiting new Jesuits by force or by seduction and corruption, otherwise known as "grooming". Sometimes this doesn't work out, the new recruit commits suicide rather than continue membership in the pack, but, well, at least that keeps the lawsuits down. Anyway, they were probably too young to actually be Jesuits so, no harm done.

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  3. Too much monkey business altogether.

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  4. Well written send-up of the Jesuits.
    It IS a send-up, isn't it?

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  5. do I have to confess I read this?

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  6. Great stuffthat needed saying. Whatever happend to a once great order?

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  7. "Sometimes they can be mistaken for human beings, at least until they start talking" LOL!

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  8. They haven't been kicked out of 83 countries for preaching the Gospel....something else going on here....I mean what do you expect from an operation who has a Borgia for one of it's principal founders...and includes Teddy McCormack and three CIA directors who learned their spirituality at Jesuit institutions.

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