May 20, 2006
The home of world comedy spoof entertainment +++ More Da Vinci secrets revealed

Da Vinci Was A Woman, Exclusive Investigation Proves

New evidence reexamined...

Leonardo Da Vinci was a woman who pretended to be a man, a bit like Barbra Streisand did in the movie Yentl, an investigation by our reporters can now reveal.

The evidence for this breathtaking discovery, revealed here, today, for the very first time in history, will make you blink and possibly rub your eyes in disbelief.

But the fact remains that Da Vinci really was a woman and the Mona Lisa really is actually a self portrait.

Mona Lisa:
Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa was in fact a self portrait of Da Vinci as she actually was.

Joice Conibes, an expert in Mona Lisa at the Louvre, Paris, told this website:

"It has often been suggested that the Mona Lisa exhibits similarities to Da Vinci. I can't remember if anyone has ever suggested that Da Vinci was actually a woman, they probably have I've heard a lot of theories in the last five years, but it would explain a lot of questions. No I haven't seen Yentl, is it any good?"

In Da Vinci's time, painting was the exclusive dominion of men. Women were never commissioned to do any paintings because it was thought that they were 'too tidy'. Had Da Vinci wanted to make a career as an artist, her only option would have been to pretend to be a man.

The theory that Da Vinci was a woman is supported by Sir Menzies Bottineck-Smith of Oxford University. Sir Menzies believes that Da Vinci was the world's first feminist and coded feminist statements in his paintings to give women the same status as men.

Sir Menzies uses Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' as an example of Da Vinci painting John as a woman.

The Last Supper: John painted as a woman (right)
Peter and Mary - The Last Supper
Dan Brown, in his book 'The Da Vinci Code', suggests that Da Vinci painted Mary Magdalen as John to prove that the Holy Grail actually meant that Jesus and Magdalen had a child together. Trouble is the Mary here looks just like the Virgin Mary in Da Vinci's 'Madonna of the Rocks'. So something is clearly wrong with this theory.

Sir John Teabagging: "I can't help but blame all of this confusion on the Church. Having a main character called 'Mary the Virgin', and then having someone called 'Mary Magdalen' later on is just plain confusing. It's time to rewrite the bible."

Tomorrow: We reveal Leonardo Da Vinci's real name. Exclusively only on

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