And that I was raised catholic. Yet people expect me to care about her and put up with her judgemental bullshit just because she’s old. I don’t think so.
Just another great example of religion destroying what should have been a meaningful family bond.
Okay, tell me how “I do not want to see hateful, ignorant, toxic posts about religions” translates to being closed off to criticism about religion.
Please tell me, for the love of science, tell me.
In that case, I guess we’re on the same page. Maybe I read a connotation into your original post that wasn’t there.
Cheap false hope from scam artists is what you get when you “respect everyone’s beliefs”
Rejoice, y’all! The fucker’s wormfood now.
…the Supreme Court to decide whether religion trumps law. Oh good grief. Do they even read Good Reason News?
I am really disappointed in my own mother.
I come from a super conservative christian family (aka my mom) and today we were getting help from “missionaries” in order to move out the old furniture and build the new couches (finally, that old couch was broken to hell and back).
And my mom was…
She comes from a background that dictates antiquated, chauvinistic social mores with an iron fist, and one that’s especially strict toward women and their bodies. She sees the church as her authority in life, so in the home, where she is your authority she imitates the church’s style by standing on your throat the way it stands on hers.
She embraced that oppression. You don’t have to.
Six to one or half dozen…
Focus on the Family, among others are apparently penning bigoted legislation in Arizona.