Pope told by student to stop using anti-LGBTQ language

A student from a Filipino Catholic school has instructed Pope Francis to” stop using unpleasant language” toward LGBTQ individuals.

In a video screen with other Catholic school students and the pontiff, Jack Lorenz Acebedo Rivero said,” Slurs cause immense pain.”

His comments come after reports that the Pope used extremely offensive language against gay men during a closed-door meeting last month with bishops.

He later apologised to those who were “hurt” and the Vatican said he did not mean to offend anyone.

The Pope reportedly said gay men should not be allowed to train for the priesthood, adding there was already an air of frociaggine, which translates as a highly offensive slur.

Some were shocked by this, as the Pope frequently expressed his concern for queer people in public.

He just confounded Catholic reactionaries by claiming that priests should occasionally be able to love same-sex people and has usually mentioned that gay people are welcome in the Church.

The forum, which was broadcast live on social media on Thursday, had the theme “Building Bridges” in a region of diverse religions and ethnicities. It brought together Catholic university students from across different countries.

The scholar from Ateneo de Manila University claimed to have been “outcasted and bullied because of my homosexuality, subject, personality, and being the child of a second family.”

He then called on him to:” Stop using offensive language against the LGBTQIA community”.

Mr Rivera, who wore a rainbows- brown ribbon over his standard Filipino gown, even asked the Pope to “allow breakup in the Philippines”.

The Philippines is the only nation in the world where marriage is forbidden, aside from the Vatican. The Roman Catholic Church has a powerful influence over it, which is why.

Before responding, the Pope waited for all three individuals in Mr. Rivera’s party to speak.

He did not specifically target Mr. Rivera’s issues, but he said through a speaker that he was telling him to tell the difference between real love and false love.

” Often find true love”, he said.

The Pope added to this statement by reaffirming to the team that “women are the best people, no matter how society treats them as next to people.”

He recalled a discussion with a feminine Western leader who he claimed told him that “maternal potential” gives her the advantage over people.

A man can scarcely go on their own because many people have brought babies on their own. A woman, only, can certainly develop her household. This is the glory of people”.