"Okay, how about this then.
I figured that in modern days, it would be more enlightened to judge people based on merit (if at all) instead of sexuality. Yes, sexual orientation is part of how people define themselves, awesome. Should it…"
"Yeah, I totally get your point, but that's not how my comment was intended (and somehow I feel like I'm being baited here).
My intended point was that I'm more concerned with the biological mechanisms by which attraction is made…"
"I work in behavioral health. I've seen, way too often, people going into a downward spiral solely due to struggling with their sexual orientation or being persecuted because of their sexual orientation. Personally, I find it…"
"Y'know, I have a tough time believing that, in this day and age, that someone's sexual orientation matters at all.
I guess I look at it the same way I look at mental illness, or any other neurologically-related topic. It's just…"
I don't feel that atheism needs defending because it's not a finite, concrete philosophy or belief system. It's the absence of one. The way I see it, I can't defend an absence of something.
I don't really know very many people I can have these kinds of conversations with.
And apparently, I still don't.
I came here to meet with reasonable people and I seem to have found a few intellectual d#*k measurers. Unfortunate.
The religion you left
Was never a part of one
Why you left your religion.
Luckily, I was raised without religion.
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