VATICAN CITY - The Vatican insist that the Pope's commitment to truth are nothing more than "revolutionary," but others think Pope Benito Santos is nothing more than a lunatic.
Just a year after he said he was a certified virgin, he confessed at a news conference that he had masturbated over 20 thousand times on his bed at the Vatican. He said he wiped the sperm off his penis using the clean sheets the maid covers his bed with. He admitted to stoking the head of his penis gently while caressing and squeezing his buttocks as part of his fantasy to help him achieve an orgasm.
He also told reporters that he fell in love with the insane woman that sexually assaulted him in public. He confessed that he has been having pleasurable dreams about his female attacker and the powerful, sexual desires she has towards him which makes him feel attractive and desired. His comments were something out of Jessica Bally's new movie about a woman in Bosnia who falls in love with forceful lover.
The pope said he has never seen the beautiful inside of a woman's vagina, but he believes that they look like the inside of his anus which he has observed many times using a hand mirror from his back side.
Pope Benito also showed reporters an old shoe he has kept in his closet for over 10 years. The shoe had a woman's underwear inside of it which was heavily stained with urine. The pungent smell had overtaken the room where the news conference was being held when he pulled it out to show reporters. Pope Benito claims to have stolen the underwear from an 80-year-old nun after she died and he had entered her room to say prayers.
Psychologist commented on the Pope's condition saying it was part of a mental illness. Sexual behavior becomes a mental illness and is considered an addiction when it is repeated often enough to interfere with normal daily living. Other names for the mental illness the Pope is afflicted with are nymphomania, hypersexuality, and erotomania. Signs and symptoms of compulsive sexual behavior are engaging in excessive masturbation, as often as 10 to 20 times a day, masochistic or sadistic sex and sometimes more extreme forms of sexual behavior are engaged in, for example homosexual pedophilia, bestiality, and unlawful sexual battery
Psychologist, Edward Longman, a practicing preacher suggest that the Pope get physiological treatment for his addictions to end his sexual nightmares. Longman suggest that Pope Benito bury the nun's underwear as part of a ceremony to end his obsession with the woman's underpants and her genitals.
The ban on sex remains in Vatican city where priest walk around in long robes to hide their erections, but Gaetano Adragna, a church historian, said Benito "opened without a doubt a crack that cannot help but reveal the intimacy he has had with his own body."
In his writings the Pope tells that he will personally take responsibility for all his statements, referring to the idea that they are not part of the church's religious philosophy.