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Pope Francis Couldn’t Be More Wrong On Gender Identity

In recent years, Pope Francis has caused a stir throughout the world for his progressive views on homosexuality and the underprivileged, advocating for the acceptance and care of both groups in a way that few other men in his position have before. It’s not difficult to discern why Francis has earned a reputation for being refreshingly liberal, even earning him the nickname “cool pope.
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