Topless Pro-Abortion Feminists Protest Pope Francis Standing on Altar at Catholic Church

International   Steven Ertelt   Nov 26, 2014   |   1:25PM    Strasbourg, France

Fresh from protesting for abortion at The Vatican, the topless pro-abortion feminists are at it again. This time, they infiltrated a Catholic Church in Strasbourg, France to protest a speech by Pope Francis to the European Parliament.

Last week, the pro-abortion fanatics from the activist group Femen took to St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican to make their views known and grab attention. Not only did they bare their breasts at the home of the Catholic Church, they simulated anal sex using crucifixes.

Here’s more on what they did in France:

topless8Before the pontiff’s highly-profile speech, a Femen rights group demonstrator mounted the altar in Strasbourg’s famed cathedral on Monday while flashing her naked torso and waving the EU flag. The words “Anti-secular Europe,” were scrawled across her breasts, and “The Pope is Not a Politician” on her back.

According to local laws, the Femen activist could face blasphemy charges, a crime that can be punishable with up to three years in prison, commentators said. It has been pointed out that the French region of Alsace has a special exception to the French law about the separation between church and state.

The Femen rights group staged an anti-Vatican protest inside Paris’s famed Notre Dame Cathedral in February 2013, and were accused of damaging centuries-old bells during their signature bare-breasted stunt.

At the Vatican, Femen, the pro-abortion group known for topless protests, took their act to a new level of provocation with an explicitly sexually suggestive demonstration in front of the Vatican.

In what they described as a protest over Pope Francis’s upcoming visit to the European Parliament, three members of the group appeared on St Peter’s square wearing only leather mini-skirts and flower garlands in their hair.