Truly, truly, I say unto you:
It is easy to adopt the Virgin's point-of-view.
For this, our present holiday season,
Be it for religious or, God forbid, for moral reasons,
Endeavor to become a Born-Again Virgin.
Such a challenge has never been more urgent.
Forsake your carnality.
Become a virgin anew, adopt a Virginal point-of-view.
I have a problem with original sin-
In a way, destined from the beginning, from the first not to win.
Let's make a pact to remain intact,
Anointing ourselves as acolytes in the Cult of the Virgin.
Immaculate conception was a later Christian invention.
There's nothing in Mary's lifetime about a virgin birth tradition.
It pops up late in the 1st century, when Mary has a begun her journey,
Becoming every more pure, ever more holy,
generating generations of virgins,
beginning with herself and ending
with the gospel version.
Wearing a crown of 12 stars,
Mary sends a message of mourning.
As a gentle warning,
She says that she was truly sad to die a virgin.