Apparently women can't be bothered entering buildings unless they're shaped like shoes. At least that's the message one church in Taiwan is spreading.
According to the , a giant glass high heel popped up in the Southwest Coast National Scenic Area in Jaiyi County earlier this week, and instead of paying homage to Cinderella (the patron saint of glass shoes) it's intended to be a place of worship.
While the building is over the top on its own, the reasoning behind it is even more absurd. that the footwear design was chosen to attract more women to the church. Inside, the church is also slated to offer 100 other female-oriented perks, including "chairs for lovers, biscuits and cakes," a spokesperson for the Southwest Coast National Scenic Area told a local news source.
(Insert epic eye roll here.)
Although the 55-foot-tall shoe church isn't open yet — it will reportedly open before the Lunar New Year — you can still get a sneak peek at the building in all its sexist glory in the video below.