First off let me say that I'm not gay, although I did see Magic Mike in the theater four times, but I don't think that makes me gay, just stupid. I don't even find the male figure particular appealing, there's too much hair and not enough boobie for my liking, besides, gay people aren't to keen on me either. I have plenty of gay friends, none of whom find me remotely appealing,…Continue
This comes from my atheism blog on Google blogs.
"The humanity of all Americans is diminished when any group is denied rights granted to others" [Julian Bond].
What do Christians have to fear from letting gay people express their love and devotion to one another ? Nothing actually. The love two people feel for one another, the sex of two consenting adults, whether heterosexual or homosexual, does me no harm in the least. What two consenting adults feel for one…
Abortion, Gay Marriage & the GRA
I promised to avoid discussing these issues because I believe most Americans
cannot intelligently discuss the topics because of prior conditioning and outright ignorance. Today the
United States Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act a decision that mad
e some happy and upset others. The first groups to complain were church groups speaking of degrading the v
alue of marriage totally…Continue
Often when I reflect upon my day, I am amazed how much of my time is wasted going through hate mail. No, I'm not talking about those "my god loves you and enjoy the fires of Hell" letters I get from those wacky and kooky theists. I'm speaking of the emails I get from other atheists. Yeah, I actually get more from our team.
The last four emails I have received could be boiled down to this:
"There is no such thing as a new atheist!"
This is going to be more of a review than my usual blogs that are all about me! Canadian writer Suzette Mayr just published a novel called "Monoceros." It explores the impact of a gay teen's suicide on the people in his life - people mostly peripheral to his life. It is extremely well written. In only the first 80 pages I both laughed out loud and cried - a bit problematic since I've mostly been reading it during downtime at work! The author knows whereof she speaks,…Continue
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Hundreds of early human fossils, artifacts and forensically re-created faces of our prehistoric relatives have gone on display at the National Museum of Natural History, exploring 6 million years of evolution. The nearly $21 million Hall of Human Origins marks the 100th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution museum and represents the most comprehensive look at human evolution since its…Continue
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