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Sinners -- including priest and dominatrices -- charged in altar threesome
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The Rev. Travis Clark and two dominatrices were charged with vandalism following an alleged altar threeseome in Louisana.
The Rev. Travis Clark and two dominatrices were charged with vandalism following an alleged altar threeseome in Louisana. PHOTO BY ST. TAMMANY PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE /SCREEN GRAB
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Lord have mercy, indeed.

A former Lousiana priest and a pair of dominatrices faced vandalism charges for having sex atop a church alter last September, according to a report.


Travis Clark, 37, Mindy Dixon, 41, and 28-year-old Melissa Cheng were initially charged with obscenity following the alleged unholy rendezvous inside Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Pearl River, La., NOLA.com reported. However, the St. Tammany Parish District Attorney’s Office has since announced lesser charges for the trio’s alleged tryst.

Court records indicate they were caught by a passerby who saw them through a church window and reported the sins to police.

The dominatrices were wearing corsets and high heels during the threesome, which was being recorded, according to court documents. Also recovered at the scene? Sex toys, stage lights and recording devices.

No word if there were handcuffs involved before, as well as after.

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Mandy Dixon. ST. TAMMANY PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Mandy Dixon. ST. TAMMANY PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
An attorney for Dixon and Cheng told NOLA.com that state prosecutors “overstepped their bounds” by bringing the charges against them.

The women confessed to cops at the time they were at the church to film “roleplay” with the priest — and cops determined the activities were all consensual. However, the trio was arrested on obscenity charges because they were in view of the public.

Melissa Cheng. Mandy Dixon. ST. TAMMANY PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Melissa Cheng. Mandy Dixon. ST. TAMMANY PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Clark was reportedly removed from the church the day after his arrest.

The church’s altar, meanwhile, was burned and a new one consecrated last fall.
 

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Toronto Catholic school board to recognize Pride Month after Halton veto
Author of the article:Canadian Press
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Publishing date:May 07, 2021 • 1 day ago • 1 minute read • 56 Comments
A rainbow flag is waving in the wind.
A rainbow flag is waving in the wind. PHOTO BY STOCK ART /Getty Images
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The Toronto Catholic District School Board says it will celebrate Pride Month every June, starting this year.

The TCDSB trustees voted in favour of proclaiming Pride Month on Thursday night.


The decision comes 10 days after the Halton Catholic District School Board voted against flying the rainbow flag or recognizing Pride Month.

Pride Month honours the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in New York City, a rallying point for the LGBTQ+ community.

A Pride flag will be flown at the TCDSB’s office and all of its schools for the month of June.

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In response, to the Halton Catholic District School Board vote, all nine Catholic high schools in Halton Region posted a rainbow-themed message of support to LGBTQ+ students and parents.