AN — I originally posted this at my blog Good Reason News, where it looks like a theist as read it and called me "thunderously ignorant." You know, I don't think I'm wrong to call religion suppressive to thought and reason, but I didn't make a great case for that here. Guess I forgot I always had to be airtight. For his comment and my response please see the blog.
Attention YouTube atheists: Brigham Young University has lifted its ban on YouTube access
You know what to do. Hit 'em and hit 'em hard. If you've had a bad experience with Mormonism and know enough about it (and making videos) now is the time to jump on this. If you need resources, here is a whole list of recovering Mormon blogs
. Some of those are former Mormons who've turned to some other religion, but that doesn't necessarily make the things they have to say about Mormonism wrong. Then there's this post-mormonism
site, which I didn't personally read, but someone on Atheist Nexus vouched for.
Even kids in Utah are going through a big change at college. Independence can gain momentum. Once some people get a taste they need to see how far they can get. Aid these college age kids in their path towards independence, reason, and away from religion. Internet freedom is a great way to address these issues and reach an audience held captive by someone else.