Haven’t had a contentious conversation with an atheist like this in… a while. Probably because I tend to just get casually ostracized first, which usually preempts this sort of thing.
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lol okay check out this post I found from like a year ago.
Ignore rolequeer (the url)’s input because lol they’re not wrong, they’re just missing the point. I’m linking more for that last comment because it’s… a trip.
[cw: very conservative Christian rhetoric, quoted anti-atheist talk, incidental gross url, + some kink ethics debate metatalk]
I’m actually not sure how you could name your blog something like “Judeo Chrislam” and not be aware that that might be antisemitic.
Today I received a slew of comments from an atheist who appears to be very displeased with me.
The comment threads splintered into two different tracks of thought, though, so for my own reference I’m going to link to the start of them both here.
The second one is my favorite because both Siggy and I were in agreement here, yet only I am the sick degenerate. Siggy, apparently, is above reproach.
The ensuing conversations are still in progress.
Let’s talk about atheists and heterosexism. Or rather: let’s talk about atheists being heterosexist while thinking they’re fighting heterosexism.
Gay kids are not a punishment. Their lives are not your rhetorical tools, and it is hateful and evil to wish abusive parenting on them for the sake of “Maybe then they will learn”. I’m not gay, but I’m not straight either, and I have Catholic grandparents who vote Republican and watch Fox News. I haven’t come out to them yet for fear of their reactions. The fact that someone out there would be celebrating that situation, like my existence is some kind of amusing jab at them, betrays the fact that straight atheists such as these (pictured above) don’t actually care about helping any of the gsrm identities — they care about taking shots at theists, even at the expense of the oppressed. Continue reading