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(what is this? A "monk orgasim"? Someone explain)

BEIJING (REUTERS) - China's religious affairs administration said on Thursday it would investigate claims a high-ranking Buddhist monk sexually harassed nuns and coerced them into sex, the latest case of a prominent figure accused of sexual misconduct in China.

Xuecheng, the abbot of the well-known Longquan Temple on the outskirts of Beijing, has denied the allegations and on Wednesday night posted a statement from the temple on his Weibo microblog account saying the allegations stemmed from "fabricated material" and "distorted facts".

The allegations against Xuecheng, who also heads the Buddhist Association of China and is a member of the Communist Party's top political advisory body, were outlined in a 95-page document prepared by two former monks at the monastery.

The document swiftly went viral on Chinese social media on Tuesday amid a wave of other allegations that has stoked heated debate and seen China's fledgling #MeToo movement gain momentum and widen to different aspects of Chinese society despite government pressure and censorship.

Included in the document were extensive details and screenshots of explicit text messages allegedly sent by Xuecheng, including claims to nuns that they could be "purified" through the physical contact and that sex was part of their study of religious doctrines.

The monastery, in its statement, acknowledged that the document was prepared by the two former monks and that it reserved the right to take legal action against them.

China's State Administration for Religious Affairs said in a statement that it had started an investigation and was treating it as a matter of "high importance".

The Chinese Buddhist Association did not immediately respond to request for comment.

(Reporting by Philip Wen; Editing by Nick Macfie)











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Ha, not surprising at all; many stories of monks behaving badly, unmonk-like;  they con believers into parting with their savings so that monks can enjoy good life, even jet round the world on holidays.  Yes, beware the wolves in monks clothing!

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What's wrong with that, at least it's Nuns and not under aged boys...say no more.
Human lives mean little when those in the WEST see a bigger gain through war

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Ha, not surprising at all; many stories of monks behaving badly, unmonk-like;  they con believers in ...

There was also that rich monk in Thailand.
Fly in his own private jet with a lot of bling.
I think he was caught.
Just bad examples of religion

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Pic's of the monk got deleted

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UYA Post time: 2018-8-3 12:14
There was also that rich monk in Thailand.
Fly in his own private jet with a lot of bling.
I think ...

That's why religion is a con!

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