Out with the old, in with the old: 76-year-old Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio has been appointed to succeed Pope Benedict XVI as the next leader of the Catholic Church. Bergoglio is reportedly among the most doctrinally conservative cardinals in Latin America, promoting unwaveringly orthodox views on such issues as homosexuality and same-sex marriage (“a scheme to destroy God’s plan”), birth control and abortion (“the culture of death“). In the lead up to Bergoglio’s appointment, protesters gathered outside the Vatican advocating, among other things, the ordination of women to the priesthood. Reformers argue that the ban against women as priests is discriminatory and out of date with both contemporary Catholicism and society at large. A recent U.S. study found that more than 60 per cent of Catholics said the Church needs to change its stance on the ordination of women, as well as the ban on contraception and marriage for priests. Allowing women into the old boy’s club, it has been suggested, may remedy such Church crises as the abuse of little ones. In honor of the fight for women as priests, and inspired by this New York Times article on the Pope’s new clothes, we present to you ‘Shop the Look: Ordain Women Now!’, because we should all be able to wear our red slippers and protest too #sabotage.