Tag Archive: discrimination

through the looking glass

It sometimes seems as if society has become so warped that we have stepped into a sick fantasy world of upside-down. Conservative Christian women simply long for the good old days when everything made sense,… Continue reading

church rules

I think I might be out of touch with what church membership means. A membership document from a modern day church was drawn to my attention, and I’m genuinely shocked by this covenant… Continue reading

I’m so glad I’m not female

This post was inspired by the Quiner’s Diner’s article “I’m so glad I’m not Black”.  [edit: Since this post was published Mr Quiner of the Diner has amended the title and some of… Continue reading

the slippery sliding scale of religious delusion

Without exception, every Christian denomination believes in an all-powerful and benevolent creator deity. They believe this god, God, has left guidance for mankind in written form, in a collection of books called the… Continue reading

violet’s bible interpretations part 4: lesbians

In the Christian Bible, there are 61 verses about divorce, 57 about sex between people who aren’t married, 7 verses about promiscuous male to male anal sex and one verse that mentions female… Continue reading

dealing with the problem of men

Curious that it is hard for us to condemn the hungry for being motivated by their hunger, yet easy for us to judge the rapist for being motivated by theirs. Christians say a… Continue reading

some rules for Christians on slavery and homosexual marriage

rules on slavery 1. Having slaves is fine and dandy and normal. Just make sure they’re foreigners. Leviticus 25:44 “Your male and female slaves are to come from the nations around you; from… Continue reading

how safe are our children?

The reality is that those who feel that children experience loss from not having a biological connection with one or both parents and who feel that men and women offer unique and complimentary… Continue reading

identity crisis

If I had been born in India, chances are I’d be a Hindu. If I had been born in Spain, I would likely be a Catholic. If I had been born in Iran,… Continue reading

serious problems for religious freedom (and cakes)

There are some serious problems going on in our world today. Our rights are being eroded before our very eyes and one day soon we may be unable to make our own decisions… Continue reading