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Category Archives: Religion
Posts in this category cover all religions and has several sub-categories.
I’ve never been out in public dressed as my female self, except for one time at a party. I was stared at and made fun of the whole time I was there. Ironically, the majority of the party goers were … Continue reading →
So, according to Christianity, I’m a sinner. In order for this to be true, I must accept 1.) Christianity is the one true religion, 2.) that sin itself exists, and 3.) that I am incapable of avoiding acts that are … Continue reading →
WATCH: The Speech You’ve Been Waiting For.
I was looking over some old files on my computer, when I ran across an exchange between myself and the admin of a website. The conversation’s topic was all about a post of mine being edited by that admin and … Continue reading →
There is no war on Christmas. Never was. The whole thing is a myth perpetuated by the extremists on the far right. (Note, also, that these are the same people who scream that they have the right to say and … Continue reading →
NOTE: The following illustration is not my work. I do not immediately recall where I saw this, originally. If it is your work, and you want me to remove it, please contact me and I will remove it at once. … Continue reading →
Back on 2 January, again on 11 March, and, finally, 1 May, I posted a list of Declarations (read: New Year’s Resolutions) and several updates. I think NYR are fine, but, most people take them to be something of a … Continue reading →
Were I to write a Constitution, as a founding document of a country, I’d base it on the US Constitution. It would be clearly stated that the nation would be a secular nation, founded on no one religious doctrine and … Continue reading →
If you ask a minority, “What does acceptance mean to you?”, you might get a few varying responses. To a religious minority, say, a Wiccan in a predominantly Christian culture, acceptance might mean no proselytizing, as her family and friends … Continue reading →
I ran across this petition on Change.org, a few minutes ago. I’ve signed it, won’t you? If you’re a supporter of LGBT rights, and a fan of the Braves (or any MLB team), won’t you take a few minutes to … Continue reading →