Not all [insert group here]

Not all [insert group here]

While I was out with my girlfriend this Sunday, she told me about the most annoying "arguments" men's rights activists use when speaking of patriarchal issues in society: "Not all men." She means it is implied that one does not mean all men, and it doesn't mean the problems don't exist. I believe it's a good point, with which most left-wingers would probably agree. Of course not all white men are racist and sexist oppressors, but that doesn't mean there aren't any cultural problems. This kind of thinking should be extended to other areas, as welllike religion.

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Marriage or sexual slavery?

Marriage or sexual slavery?

Pastor Mark Gungor, who is an "international speaker on marriage and family", wrote a blog post titled "Feel Like Having Sex?" (October 5, 2014). Naturally, he briefly warns us about the supposed harm of sex outside of marriage. This is neither surprising nor what I will write about, however. Marital rape is a much more pressing issue.

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Theists miss the point

Theists miss the point

My last blog post, "Freedom of religion offends me", got the attention of two theists who felt the need to protect their religion and themselves. They, of course, missed the entire point of aforementioned blog post and seem quite ignorant, but here's what they wrote and my answers to them.

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Vocal minorities are so annoying

Vocal minorities are so annoying

In response to my blog post, “Let’s get secular”, a self-proclaimed non-religionist but non-atheist criticized my writing about atheism. He said he was unbiased for not being an atheist but not belonging to any religion, and said I was annoying for writing about atheism; in fact, he responded to a blog post in which I write about the bigotry atheists face, so that’s a great testament to his character. Let’s take a look at what this troll was saying, and see why he was ignorant, intolerant, and just plain wrong.

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We can land on a comet, but we can't [insert grievance here]

We can land on a comet, but we can't [insert grievance here]

So I hear we can land on a comet, but we can't do a bunch of stuff. People on Twitter told me. So I'm here to tell you my list of things, and then you can tell others your list of things. And so on. Until we have died. Anyway, we can land on a comet, but we can't...

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A one-party system for God

So it's time for another election in 'Murica. While the Democrats have been far from perfect in their execution of a good marketing plan, it is clear that they are the best choice in the near-totalitarian, two-party system that is American government. The Republicans have over and over again proven that they are greedy bigots, who couldn't care less about the poor or even normal, middle-class citizens. Has America learned its lesson? It seems not.

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