Pope Francis’ Flamboyant Papal tailor launches Homoerotic Perfumes promoting Cyber Sex and Bondage

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Article by Leo Zagami

Pope Francis’ vestments designer and Papal tailor, Filippo Sorcinelli, is a flamboyant homosexual activist whois flaunting his papal credentials to market a brand of homoerotic perfumes for men which carry the label “parental advisory: explicit perfume,” that are described as “a journey through spirituality and harmony in the constant and daring search for beauty.”

Advertisements for the controversial products make use of sacrilegious, satanic, and sexual imagery. Sorcinelli’s wide range of 27 perfumes is produced by a Milan-based company that translates his experiences into fragrances. “I have explored the world of identity and sexuality in this pandemic year,” the entrepreneur boasts.

The four perfumes in the “perversion extract” range are named “Popper Pop,” “Cruising Area,” “Slightly B!tch,” and “Cyber Sex,” a theme I discussed in relation to Cyber Satan in Vol.6.66. Sorcinelli sells his homoerotic perfumes for 130 euros each.

One of the ads for the perfume range features a demon-like figure bathed in red light with a mask and collar — evocative of “bondage sex” accessories. Italian media report that the pontifical stylist is a card-carrying member of Arcigay, Italy’s first and largest gay-activist organization. It campaigns for “equal marriage rights and the recognition of LGBTI parenting rights” — which are not currently enshrined in Italian law.

Sorcinelli founded his liturgical vestments company Lavs Atelier (Lavs stands for Laboratorio Atelier Vesti Sacre, which also reads as “laus” — the Latin word for “praise”) where he creates sacred vestments for Catholic clergy all over the world.

Prices for a cardinal’s outfit range from 5,000–30,000 euros. A papal stole costs around 900 euros and an ivory-colored chasuble is priced at 9,000 euros. 

The costumier says he “considered the idea of entering the seminary as a child because faith has always played an important role in [his] life. But then [he] realized that that wasn’t the only way to serve God, and … followed other paths.” 

“Becoming a stylist was not in my plans; I had never thought about it,” Sorcinelli mused, reflecting on how his “fascination with the sacred was born” as a child “plunging [his] hands into the fabric of the vestments, surrounded by the scent of incense and the music of the organ.”

When a friend contacted Sorcinelli in 2001 revealing he was about to take vows, Sorcinelli told the friend to hold off on buying a chasuble because he would provide it, the tailor noted, describing how he designed his first sacred garment and stitched it with the help of his aunt and sister. “I was returning from Rome, where I was studying at the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music,” Sorcinelli said.

In 2002, Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco, then archbishop of Pesaro and an influential member of the Vatican gay mafia, heard of Sorcinelli and invited him to design liturgical garments for the Church. Paradoxically Cardinal Bagnasco, later appointed as president of the Italian Bishops’ Conference by Pope Benedict XVI, has been an outspoken critic against Italy’s push for gay civil unions and acceptance of gender ideology, demonstrating once again the infinite hypocrisy that reigns within the Vatican walls.

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Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of the groundbreakingbook  Confessions of an Illuminati Vol. 6.66 The Age of Cyber Satan, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics