I am an agnostic atheist, but I am equally atheist in regards to all religious deities. But I still think, even as mythology, most religions have some good morals. Hell, pop culture influences many of our morals, so myths aren't that different, as long as they are recognized as not being 'truth' beyond philosophical criticism.
I'm somewhat bi, but 'heteroromantic'. I think women who smoke cigarettes are sexy, even though i quit. Politically, I have left and right values, and dislike blind partisan propaganda in general, but I'm not overly political.
My biggest flaws are my shyness and social awkwardness. I find things like race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, social roles, philosophy and society in general interesting to speak about. I can be sometimes easily irritated and go on rants about people or things that happen to tee me off. I have a fairly long 'bucket list', that I will be lucky if I even complete a quarter of in my short life.
Why are you here?
just looking. bored.
The religion you left
Was never a part of one
Why you left your religion.
at around 13 or 14, i just decided it didn't make sense and that the only reason I believed such a ludicrous story was that it was the popular American religion. i cannot believe that all the Buddhists children in Thailand or the Hindus in India would burn forever for not believing something with no evidence. Especially when they came by their beliefs the same way most Christians did. Born into it and it's all they knew. The hypothetical 'God' who did this would sound more like a tyrant than a loving being.
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