Bleacheddecay's Blog – April 2009 Archive (2)

Fundies Trying To Take Over My Fun Shit! Wha?? Wha???

Okay, so first it was heavy metal music. They tried to take that over and insert Jebus praise in there.



Then it was novels. Sneaky bastards, went into the novel section and tried to take that over.



Now it's movies like Fireproof.



I wouldn't mind if it were obvious but sometimes it's hard to tell and you get some crossed up, bible gunk without knowing that's what you are getting. I think they want to TAKE OVER the WORLD one small pleasure at a time. But wait - I… Continue

Added by Bleacheddecay on April 21, 2009 at 1:03pm — 3 Comments

Looking For Free Thinkers

This is my introduction the group. I'm surrounded by conservative Christians here in the bible belt. Perhaps I'm more surrounded than most in this area because we homeschool. It's becoming more and more suffocating. I'm in the closet in so many ways in order to be as acceptable to as many people as I can be. Why?



Two reasons, one for my business, I'm an independent contractor of a certain kind of art. Two for my kids, I want them accepted and not shunned. One of my kids is gay and in… Continue

Added by Bleacheddecay on April 19, 2009 at 1:40am — 11 Comments

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The Shinto Flower among the Weeds of Religion

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Awe struck

Started by Davis Goodman in Small Talk. Last reply by Unseen 14 hours ago. 15 Replies

"I'm Christian and I vote."

Started by Ed in Small Talk. Last reply by James Cox 14 hours ago. 40 Replies

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