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This is the crib at St. Peters’ Square, Vatican City, this year. The Times reports:
The St Peter’s Square crib supposedly depicts the seven corporal works of mercy — Catholic acts of penance and charity that include clothing the naked. But traditionalists have suggested that it is a subversive diorama, with the muscular figure in need of clothing described on social media as languid and “vaguely homoerotic”.
Oh ease up. Christmas is for everybody.
Please don’t post this picture on Facebook, by the way.