Religious Leaders Unite To End Slavery Labeling It ‘Almost As Bad As Gay Marriage’

Religious leaders have signed a monumental agreement to work towards ending modern day slavery with Pope Francis stating that “forced jobs, prostitution and organ trafficking (are) a crime against humanity, almost on par with two dudes shacking-up.”

The Pope was joined at the Vatican by Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish and Orthodox Christian representatives for the signing of the joint declaration that commits them to “inspire spiritual and practical action to eradicate slavery by 20-20, while doing absolutely nothing to address marriage inequality.”

It’s estimated there are around 35-million enslaved people across the globe today.

The leaders admit it sounds like an enormous task but considering there’s no indication of how many of those slaves are gay, they said the number they’ll be obligated to help could be a lot smaller.

Matthew Brinsden
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