This blog is on sexuality in general, encompassing homosexuality and heterosexuality.
I went to college for psychology with a concentration in sexuality and human relationships. Through my exploits of sexuality and human interaction I have noticed a few things.
1: Everyone can distinguish between an attractive male AND female. For instance, I am straight but if I see an attractive guy I am comfortable enough to say so.
2: Everyone likes to feel good about… Continue
Added by Adam Johnson on February 10, 2009 at 1:00pm —
YOU SHOULD. Look into subscribing to “Stuff God Hates”, The current article dealing with Valentine‘s Day is hysterically funny. I’ve been an Atheist for 47 years; the day my Father died. Some well meaning person told me that it was god’s plan. There was no solice in that remark. It made me question why a god would take a father from a 18 year old boy. I went through al the stages of grieving but got stuck on angry; angry that this god had decided that my father was worth more to him, than to me… Continue
Added by Charles Cusumano on February 10, 2009 at 9:23am —
When I was about 12 years old I came to the realization that god was not real. As I stare into the picture of the virgin Mary it occurred to me, why do i have to do this(pray before her)? He might not even exist? When I came to this conclusion I felt it necessary to share it with my parents. There response was to send me to church more often...thinking that all I needed was "Jesus in my life", this, it turned out made me an atheist. When I was about 16 however I could contain it no longer, I… Continue
Added by John Camp on February 10, 2009 at 7:00am —
I've been anticipating this for awhile now. It seems that the Pesident plans to keep his promises, but this is one promise we can't afford to let him keep, not without a fight. We need compassion not religion to help the needy. We recieved the following email from the FFRF earlier today. :
FFRF ACTION ALERT! URGENT!
We Need Your Help! Protest Faith-based Offices!
Dear FFRF Member:
The White House needs to hears an immediate outcry over last week's announcement… Continue
Added by Creature on February 10, 2009 at 1:37am —
So I stayed up for the news. (I'm not usually up this late) I watched my community react to the Freedom From Religion Foundation's billboard which stated: "Imagine no Religion". What caught my eye was the outrage of the local doctor. His attitude was that atheists had the gall to express such an opinion. Apparently he was going to show the Freedom From Religion Foundation by getting people together and saving up enough money to put Jesus on a billboard nearby. Which upon closing of the news… Continue
Added by Elizabeth on February 10, 2009 at 12:52am —
Catch the Fire Ministries
Asked by the Herald if he did not believe most Australians would regard his remarks as being in appallingly bad taste, he said today: "I must tell people what they need to hear, not what they want to hear."
Asked if he believed in a God who would take… Continue
Added by Фелч Гроган on February 9, 2009 at 10:30pm —
I have been a fan of X.T.C. for a long time. They are a great band with smart songs. When I was younger and a believer I felt this song was a about a person angry with God and but that they ultimately believed in him since they were addressing him directly. Clearly, I was misguided and hearing what I wanted. Now that I am an athiest I feel like it is an anthem and I love it even more now than I did then. Here are the lyrics. If you haven't heard it search it out and then check out more… Continue
Added by SulkyGirl on February 9, 2009 at 8:23pm —
This is like my very first blog so sorry if its not very good!
Ok, well ever since i was a little girl my parents took me to church and i would end up sleeping or playing my game boy. My mom would take me to bible class and the kids would make fun of me because i didnt know how to read the bible already. That was the beginning of me not liking church. I tried really hard to fit in with the other kids and always they left me out. The whole church thing wasn't really the problem, it… Continue
Added by Bailey Laird on February 9, 2009 at 7:00pm —
So I discovered this gem of a site, http://www.raptureletters.com/. Basically if you have loved ones who are not christian and you cannot covert then just go to this site and put their name and email address in and once all the christians are raptured away you will receive an email letting your loved one know you were raptured and are ok.
My very basic, 2nd grade question is who sends these emails if all the christians are raptured. Do they have one moderator on the site that is… Continue
Added by Adam Johnson on February 9, 2009 at 1:37pm —
I was helping my friend with a video art project this last weekend. She had been tediously planning this for weeks and had spent much time, money and effort preparing. For this shoot, we rented some gear from a local production house here in LA- a camera, monitor, lights and the various cords that connect everything- the works. During set up of all this gear, my friend could not seem to find an essential cord. She started panicking and appeared to be approaching tears while looking for the… Continue
Added by zeeman barzell on February 9, 2009 at 1:19pm —
theres probably plenty of copywrite infringments in this... but it was this crazy swarm in my head that i had to release unto you:)
Save me Pearl Jam & Radiohead for I have lost my way.
I cannot escape this coin operated siamese dream while riding this runnaway train.
I dream to dance dance the night away but the robots won't let us.
The OK computer runs the masses of money & greed.
I close my eyes to taste the… Continue
Added by Shiny Rage on February 9, 2009 at 1:16pm —
Since atheists are often accused, unfairly of course, of causing the biggest genocides of the last century, I wrote a detailed article on how to respond to the charges. The strategy takes into account the fact that many religious people are not really aware of how cause and effect works. Nevertheless, the approach to this problem differs from individual to individual.
I have listed 6 possible answers that could be used, sometimes in combinations of two or more, to debate any… Continue
Added by Ajita Kamal on February 9, 2009 at 12:00pm —
just wanted to mention that one of my friends who is a recording engineer, and with whom i have made several recordings, has had one of his recordings nominated for a juno award.
Added by jc morrison on February 9, 2009 at 11:30am —
OK - so, how did I end up here? Well, I was raised Catholic - REALLY Catholic, like born again Catholic - part of the whole charismatic, healing, speaking in tongues thing that somehow made it from the snake handlers in Appalachia to seemingly mainstream Catholicism in the 80's. Anyway - I grew up with prayer groups meeting at my house etc. Everything was about Jesus. I never figured out how we deluded ourselves into thinking we were monotheistic, given the Trinity, Mary, and all the thousands… Continue
Added by David S. on February 9, 2009 at 10:00am —
Take a look at this article that appears in the most recent Chronicle of Higher Education:
Added by tom arcaro on February 9, 2009 at 9:25am —
[Full versions of all my posts, including images and links, can be found on my blog, Artificial Habitat
No doubt many of you will be familiar with the atheist bus ads around Britain and the fuss kicked up by a few whining Christians.
Let's not forget that they were a response to religious bus ads giving links to sites which bang on about eternal torment for non-believers.
Well, now they've started responding with ads… Continue
Added by Andrew on February 9, 2009 at 7:33am —
A friend of mine from L.U. told me that our mind is surrounded by three forces – the knowable, the unknown and the unknowable. Everybody has an idea what is known, right? And we all ponder the unknown. But the unknowable will remain…er…unknowable. God and mysticism belong to the unknowable.
This theistic pretext is not new. Time immemorial, the mystics believe that anything that transcends human understanding is unknowable. That’s what they call the limitation of… Continue
Added by John Paraiso on February 9, 2009 at 1:48am —
[This is a call for correspondence to the party responsible for the article. If you wish to comment, please do it on the forum copy of this article]
From the Sydney Morning Herald
of all places. This is disturbing.
The problem I face is weariness with science-based… Continue
Added by Фелч Гроган on February 8, 2009 at 8:56pm —
Lets hope more people come our of their shell....EVERYTIME someone mentions god say
'GOD IS IMAGINARY'.
Added by Chris Davies on February 8, 2009 at 8:00pm —
I want to memorize bible verses and quote them to people who annoy me with their religion, in a way that makes them realize what they are saying or doing goes against the bible, or to pretend to agree with something they are complaining about and that any sane person would think is bad, yet is supported by the bible. It should be easy to do, since there are so many contradictory things in the bible, and so many times when horrible things are said to be good, so I imagine there is a verse for… Continue
Added by Moonbeam on February 8, 2009 at 7:30pm —