National Review Online editor-at-large Kathryn Jean Lopez praised an organization that practices discredited “ex-gay” therapy techniques, urging gay men and lesbians to choose the path of “conversion and renewal.”
In a July 22 review for NRO, Lopez lauded Desire of the Everlasting Hills, a documentary about three Roman Catholics who left gay relationships to pursue lives of celibacy. As Lopez noted, the documentary was a project of Courage, a Catholic organization that aims to help people with “homosexual desires” to lead “chaste lives.”
Just imagine if someone who reads this nonsense ever gets any political power. Wait? What’s that? I’m being told that’s exactly what’s happening all the time.
This is a Cracked piece and if you hate Cracked because it’s clickbait, I’m with you, but these paintings are pretty funny.
Today, “The 700 Club” ran a report about how “modesty is hot,” specifically profiling the work of the groups Secret Keeper Girl and Modest Is Hottest, whose founder does worksh
Is “religious freedom” about being free to practice your faith, or just a generic cover story for any and all attempts to try to foist your beliefs on others? In this era of Hobby Lobby v Burwell, it’s understandable that many on the right have decided it’s the latter and…
Thanks to religious wackos on the Supreme Court awarding religious wackos at something called Hobby Lobby the right to use their religion to oppress employees, religious wackos from all walks of life are lining up to exploit the decision. First up, this fucking wacko Jesus freak.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An evangelical Christian group plans to try to convert children as young as 5 at Portland apartment pools, public parks and dozens of other gathering spots this summer — a campaign that’s got some residents upset.
They’ve banded together in recent weeks to warn parents about the Child Evangelism Fellowship’s Good News Club, buying a full-page ad in the local alternative weekly to highlight the group’s tactics.
"They pretend to be a mainstream Christian Bible study when in fact they’re a very old school fundamentalist sect," said Kaye Schmitt, an organizer with Protect Portland Children, which takes issue with the group’s message and the way it’s delivering it.
Rocker Tom Petty has taken on a weighty and controversial topic in the bonus track to his new album, “Hypnotic Eye,” and it’s not bound to win him any friends at the Vatican. The song — “Playing Dumb” — addresses the victims …
Right on, Tom!
Would Charles Darwin approve killing women after menopause. They have no utility?
Question for IDIOT
No, but if he did, would it make the science he discovered any less true?
It’s a troll blog. Pay it no mind. All the posts are about killing postmenopausal women. Like the entire blog for the last couple pages.
Ooooh, gross you’re right. Ok, thanks for the heads up, everyone ignore this guy, nothing kills a troll like silence.