LGBTQI atheists, nontheists, and friends

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  • The Flying Atheist

    I wonder which is worse, having fags or having women in your mosque, or if both are equally repugnant. 

    I'm always torn about how to react when religious people do something "progressive."  On one hand I'm glad they are changing toward the better.  On the other hand, I'm dismissive of their slow-to-change progress on what really should be non-issues in a modern society. 

  • Sentient Biped

    To some extent I will "take what I can get" as far as acceptance of human beings as who their are, in  the religions.  Any moderation is better than nothing at all.  Islam supports the murder of gays and unsubmissive women.  And in the 'privacy' of their churches and homes, so do evangelicals - they just don't run any countries where they can make that happen.

     

    If Islam could be diluted to the extent that christianity is today, that seem good.  The problem is - this from a nonmuslim, nonscholar- christianity has at least the bipolar message of Jesus, who can be a source of love as well as hate.  Islam has only the unipolar message of the prophet, who does not have a message of mercy, as far as I know.  So within Islam, I don't know if there is possibility of reform, only dilution via Westernism.

  • Bertold Brautigan

    @ TFA - I wonder which is worse, having fags or having women in your mosque, or if both are equally repugnant.

    Probably fags are worse. At least women can make more Muslims.