“While Playboy Mexico never meant for the cover or images to offend anyone, we recognize that it has created offense, and we as well as Playboy Mexico offer our sincerest apologies,” the company said.
“The image is not and never was intended to portray the Virgin of Guadalupe or any other religious figure,” Raul Sayrols, publisher of Playboy Mexico, said in a prepared statement. “The intent was to reflect a Renaissance-like mood on the cover.”
What were they thinking? Or what was their true intent?
Especially with the ceremonies leading to the pilgrimage in the same period…. to mock?
Stained Glass used to create a Renaissance-like mood? Yeah Right!
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