UK: 900-Year-Old Church to Have New Carvings of Non-Whites, Women

Of course a woman is doing it, who were you expecting?

Tranny World is rising…

And we here at Tranny Watch are tracking its every move…!


A 900-year-old church in East Yorkshire will have damaged carvings replaced with figures celebrating feminist and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) figures.

The woke restoration project of St Mary’s Church in Beverley is being spearheaded by Vicar Reverend Rebecca Lumley and has been approved by the Church of England.

The church, which dates back to the year 1120, is set to feature replacement carvings celebrating Polish-French physicist Marie Curie, British-Jamaican businesswoman Mary Seacole, airship engineer Hilda Lyon, aviator Amy Johnson, astronaut Helen Sharman, feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, and Queen Elizabeth II.

Explaining her decision to focus on feminist and BAME icons, Vicar Reverend Rebecca Lumley told the local Hull Daily Mail: “The contribution of women to humanity isn’t always properly recognised in the telling of history, and throughout history, women’s voices have been silenced.

“We take seriously the Church’s role in battling inequality and injustice. And so we hope that this project will help highlight the remarkable achievements of these women, and provide hope and inspiration for future generations.”

Breitbart doesn’t mention this, but last year they put up some Narnia ones as well.

Yes, of course the Bishop is also a woman.

Breitbart does add a bit about the ongoing history of the trannification of the Church of England:

The announcement of the feminist installations at St Mary’s comes less than a week after the Church of England said that it would be issuing guidance to its 12,500 parishes and 42 cathedrals to review monuments and other religious installations supposedly connected to the slave trade and the colonialism of the British Empire for removal.

The iconoclastic campaign has already begun in some parishes, with St Peter’s church in Dorchester, for example, covering up a plaque honouring a plantation owner who is said to have quashed a slave rebellion.

The plaque, which is currently pending removal, is covered with a notice stating that it “commemorates actions and uses language which are totally unacceptable to us today”.

Bristol Cathedral has also joined the movement by removing a window dedicated to British philanthropist and parliamentarian Sir Edward Colston, whose statue was torn down by BLM radicals last June in Bristol over his business links to the slave trade.

The Archbishop of the Church of England isn’t actually a woman or a tranny, however.

Archbishop Welby is a half-Jewish man.

It’s pure coincidence, of course.