Womens groups have noticed that all of Jesus' apostles are men and that this flies in the face of todays Equality agenda.
Lizzy Bendick of the Femminist Action Now Not Yesterday! demanded that PM David Cameron brought an end to this blatant injustice.
A spokesperson for the Prime Minister said that he had promised action "in this Parliament" to ensure full representation for Women at The Last Supper and that Nick Clegg was chairing an Action Group investigating the complete absence of ethnic minorities, culture enrichers, LGBTG persons, the elderly, skateboarders and the disabled from The Last Supper.
The Archbishop Of Canterbury issued a statement saying that "In the fullness of time we will be issuing an apology on behalf of the Church but we are a bit busy right now what with it being Xmas and that".
Meanwhile Ed Miliband claimed that he had tweeted The Pope asking for his support but says that the Supreme Pontiff had not got back to him.
A source at New Scotland Yard revealed that there were no plans to scour the country for copies of The Last Supper since it was "not designated 'hate-crime', yet"'
Lizzy was later overheard confiding to a girlfriend "This'll get the bastards on the run. We'll go for the monastaries next; if girls can be boy scouts why can't they be monks too?"
As usual the msm expresses its shock at the unimagined and previously unheard of practise of grooming by Moslem men of underage white girls for sex in the towns and cities of England. Who could have thunk of such a thing?
Now I don't do telly but did come across a TV drama "Blood Strangers" which is supposed to be about the relationship between a police family liason officer (Paul McGann) and a bereaved mother (Caroline Quentin).
What it is really about is the practise of Pakistani Moslem men grooming underage white girls for sex (ie rape) and then pimping them out for money; pretending to 'love them' but really regarding them as 'slags' and 'trash'. The grieving mum investigates the death of her daughter and finds out about her secret Pakistani 'boyfriend' and his sinister older brother. When she confronts the police with this they are neither shocked nor surprised, it is more of the same old.
While the programme shies away from the further realities of reverse racism and shows the police taking a much more active role than we now know to be the truth what it does prove is that the grooming of girls by Pakistani gangs was well within the consciousness of the mainstream media years ago.
It was made by Granada Television in 2002.
I could not find it at Amazon and the IMDB listing is strangly coy about the central theme