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Jesus, Don’t Let Me Die Before I’ve Had Sex

When's the last time you saw any boobs in a movie? They used to be everywhere in the 80's. You could always count on some no-name Hollywood actress with top knockers to walk across the screen and remind your penis that it was still alive. That's changed recently. While the instances of violence have gone up in movies, nudity and sexuality has declined. America, it seems, is getting more stuck up when it com ...

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A Ray of Hope, perhaps?

I won't lie to you folks: things have been tough. My financial struggles notwithstanding, site troubles had conspired to sap the last ounce of enthusiasm I had about running this crazy operation. With the indignity of moving back in with my Mom (with a fiancée in tow, no less), the humiliation seemed complete. There's nothing like hitting rock bottom to learn that you're a lot tougher than you expected. Onc ...

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Unbelievably bad

There are two things that raced through my mind when I listened to this tragedy of a song: #1. Why do so many white people think that to rap effectively, one has to be completely tone deaf? (I'm looking at you, Blondie) #2. You can sell any piece of crap as long as you put a cross on it. #3: Christianity is a creepy death cult. If it hadn't been part of your culture for so long, you'd realize that their rap ...

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Rebecca Watson thinks r/atheism reddit full of misogynists

Here's something I've learned in all my years of blogging: if you look for something hard enough, you'll find it. In my case, it's examples of religious stupidity that I zero in on. I realize that cheap laughs and easy jokes may not give the complete picture of a particular religion (usually Christianity or Islam), but if I was trying to be fair I wouldn't be having any fun. I want you to keep this in mind, ...

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Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse in Africa

I've written countless articles denouncing these Christian preachers in Nigeria for accusing innocent children of witchcraft; it's one of the few times I've taken a subject so seriously. It isn't only because of the images of these poor children -victims of a toxic mix of ancient superstition and organized religion - are seared into my brain. No, my passion comes mainly from the fact that this issue has bee ...

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I’m earthbound, and I’m delusional

Can't wait to hear that trumpet sound, eh? And you wonder why people who haven't been brainwashed by your bullshit think that Christianity is a creepy death cult. The sheer ecstasy you try to convey when talking about dying scares the fucking shit out of us, honestly. ...

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Life imitates Art for woman in Iran

It's hilarious how most Muslims are convinced that their restrictive religious repression of women is somehow intended to protect them. You hear this all the time in Islamic countries; they think we let our women "run around unprotected" while they "bravely" restrict every part of their lives in the misguided belief that it's really all for their own good. The culture of Islam makes women seem like dangerou ...

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Is this the best Christian Apologists can do?

It ain't easy being a Christian: sure, they might be the majority (for now), but every other day the faith is challenged by objective reality. While many Christians will scoff at the idea that their religion is in trouble, the truth is that countries like Canada, Sweden, and Australia are quickly shedding their religious coat in favor of a broader "spirituality" that doesn't have to deal with the many incon ...

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Evangelicals starting to question Adam and Eve

About 40% of adults in America believe that Adam and Eve existed. This means that almost half of your population is functionally retarded. And you wonder why your economy is tanking... In an effort not to ignore scientific truth forever, some evangelicals are starting to question the existence of Adam and Eve in order to finally catch up to the rest of us who have embraced the methodology of science. They n ...

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What’s the Point?

Times are desperate for Christians in the Netherlands. One in every 6 clergymen is either an atheist or an agnostic, so in an effort not to lose his job, the Rev. Klaas Hendrikse has invented a special form of Christianity that: a. Doesn't believe Jesus existed historically [the Gnostics beat him to it though] b. Doesn't believe in the afterlife [ditto the Jews] c. Doesn't believe a God exists at all [that ...

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