Frank, Frank, Frank… you were doing so well.
Then you pissed all over Free Speech.
Fuck you, Frank.
This picture completely disgusts me.
Men put tarps over all sorts of thing they consider to be their property… but one of these pictures doesn’t belong here.
This is one of many examples of how women are treated by religion as lesser than men. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Women are not property; they are people. People who should be respected as equal individuals.
I sincerely apologize for the three week absence, but I wasn’t feeling well and I didn’t write much over the last few weeks. The good news is that I’m back and here to finally resume your “Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense You Learned Yesterday”
Today I’m going to talk about a few articles I read a few weeks ago. Over the last month, students across the States are graduating from high school. One chapter of their life is ending and a new one is about to begin. This is a special moment for many student because it might be their only graduation unless they move on to a high institution which honestly not everyone does. This is why some people take the ceremony so seriously.
How seriously you might ask? Well, schools have a policy where all speeches given by graduating students have to be approved by the faculty prior to the ceremony. This makes sense cause the last thing you want is someone special day to be ruined by something controversial or offending said from the pulpit. This day should be fun and exciting and approving the speeches prior to the ceremony is the school’s way of trying to make sure people don’t try to hijack the event for political or personal interests.
It’s Monday! The start of a new week only means one thing: It’s time for Monday School! Your ongoing ‘Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense You Learned Yesterday!’
Today’s lesson was inspired by a debate that is currently ongoing on an Atheist page I subscribe to on Facebook. I enjoy jumping into a good clash every now and then, but this person said something so ridiculous that is has drawn fire from many Atheists, including myself. This cause me to think of today’s question: Should religions be held accountable for all the evil that is done in its name?
It’s Monday! Time for another session of Monday School! Thank you once again for returning for more ‘Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense You Learned Yesterday!’
Today we’re going to tackle a recurring issue I’ve had to combat since becoming an Atheist twenty years ago. When believers realize that I do not follow any religions, they often assume the reason why is because I just haven’t read their holy book, which apparently has the powers to convince me that billions of years of big bangs, dinosaurs and countless evolutions never happened.