‘Dressed like a clown’: Female church dresses become popular among transgender people
A female church dresses as a clown for a performance at a temple in Singapore.
The church’s members dressed as a woman and a clown, but their performance was banned by the church, which has since been suspended.
The female priests, who had to wear white robes and mask, danced in the church courtyard as they sang and laughed.
The church was among several churches across the country to announce a ban on the practice, but some of its female members are not happy with the move.
“The church has banned female priests from wearing clown outfits.
This is an issue we have not seen with female priests before,” said a church member, who requested anonymity to speak candidly.
A group of female priests were invited to the temple to perform the performance.
They were dressed as female priests but wore white robes instead of masks.
According to the church’s website, the church “believes in the beauty and unity of all living beings and respects the right of all religions to be taught in schools”.
“We believe that we must treat all people with respect and dignity and respect all religions, especially our own.”
The Catholic Church has also been accused of discrimination against transgender people in the past.
In 2010, the Catholic Church in Thailand was criticised for barring transgender women from wearing their clothes in the cathedral, in violation of the country’s religious dress code.
“We are asking that the Thai Catholic Church not impose the dress code on our women priests, as they have a right to practise their religion freely,” said the group, a group of transgender women.
Some of the female priests also said they would like to see the Catholic church take action to prevent other churches from restricting transgender people from wearing clothes.
Transgender people have often been harassed and bullied by the Catholic religion for their appearance and lifestyle.
“I don’t want the Catholic priesthood to impose a dress code, as it is a very personal issue,” said one of the women, who also requested anonymity.
In April this year, a woman who identified herself as a transgender woman was arrested in Thailand for wearing a white wig and black makeup.
The woman, who was also a priest, was also accused of wearing a wig and makeup to avoid the attention of the authorities.
After being released on bail, she was arrested again in June after allegedly posting photos of herself on social media.