19 December 2013


A person of a given faith pointing out that their faith defines a particular activity is a sin is only being consistent with their faith.

Becoming angry about it when it's a behavior you engage in says more about you than it does about the person making the observation.

I am constantly amazed at people's ability to allow a faith they don't espouse to affect their lives.

Being an atheist, it's not immoral for me (a man) to ass-fuck a willing male partner.  I have no God to tell me that this is a sin; nor does someone who claims this non-existent God is real have any power over OUR choice to engage in anal sex.

My being a straight male has a lot more with my refusal than any religious conviction.

Oh yeah, that whole refusal to believe in God is ALSO a sin.

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