A new report, based on confessions, carried out by 95-year-old Catholic priest and scholar Roberto Busa, reveals that men and women sin in different ways. Apparently, there is no sexual equality when it comes to sin.
From the report:
Top Female Sins
Top Male Sins
- Gluttony (over indulgence of food)
- Sloth (laziness)
The male leadership of the Catholic Church doesn't quite lead the charge on gender equality. Do you think the Church has separated the sexes based on sin to further the message that men and women are are qualitatively different, or does the report simply offer insightful information?