The Sexy priest costume is the latest thing in geek culture to be parodied by a woman.
And that is pretty darn funny.
The costume originated on Twitter in March, when someone posted a picture of a priest outfit that featured a headdress and a cape.
“I know, I know.
You probably think it’s a joke.
But it’s actually quite a clever one,” tweeted the tweet’s author, Martyn Priest, a feminist and author of the novel and movie Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.
The woman who posted the image is an 18-year-old feminist who identifies as a queer feminist.
“It’s so important that we keep the sexual violence and abuse issues in the Catholic Church, the church in general, on the front burner,” Priest said.
The costumes were then retweeted more than 30,000 times.
The response, which Priest called “insane,” was so big that the costume has since gone viral on Twitter.
“A lot of people were just kind of shocked,” Priest told The Daily Beast.
“They thought it was totally bizarre, and it was really hilarious.”
The first parody was from a female writer for The Daily Show, who posted a screenshot of the original tweet.
The second was from an unnamed female writer on the blog Jezebel, who said the costume is “fantastic” and “totally sexist.”
Priest said he’s received requests to replicate the costume.
“There’s probably some feminist writers who are actually trying to get people to wear it,” Priest joked.
“Somebody is going to wear this costume.
I think that’s pretty awesome.”
The costumes are now on display at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. The museum has created a special exhibit about the costumes, called Sexy Priest: The Making of a Gender Warrior, which will be displayed through April.
The exhibit is also available online.
The first version of the costume, which featured a skirt and knee-length skirt, cost $250.
The new costume features a full headdress, cape, gloves, and a belt with a buckle.
A full costume costs about $300, and there is also a skirt, cape and gloves.
It’s not clear what inspired the costume or how the costume was developed.
It is not the first time a costume has been made for a film.
In May 2016, the actor who plays Captain Picard in Star Trek: Discovery, Anthony Rapp, made a costume for his character that was inspired by a costume he wore in the 1995 horror film The Exorcist.
In a statement, Rapp said he chose the costume because “the look of my character is that of an exorcist priest.”
Rapp’s costume was later criticized for being “too sexy.”