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Christians are told: don’t use your head if you want to keep your faith. Whatever you do, don’t let these people make you think about it. 692 more words
Many atheists, myself included, have argued with Christians and Creationists so long, that we’ve noticed many of them seem to repeat the exact same statements over and over again, particularly with respect to their dismissals of what we have to say. 986 more words
NOTE: The Arvidsson reading has been added to ELMS! My apologies!!
As always, I’m absolutely loving all of your responses! Perhaps it is because we have the internets between each other that allow for it, but you all are really getting into these topics in ways that students in this class typically don’t (after all, to question the taboos of intergenerational sex is not something someone may feel incredibly safe doing in the classroom setting!). 1,347 more words
What do sex education, homosexuality, pornography, abortion, and pre-marital sex have to do with each other? Today’s reading, Gayle Rubin’s Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality… 888 more words
Drugs are an escape from reality. You don’t need to pack any bags, go to an airport, or interact with anyone. You hardly need money to do them, and by extension, you hardly have to do any productive work to receive them. 1,716 more words
First off: I’m loving these posts. You all are clearly taking the time to think carefully about the readings and their inclusive topics AND are taking the time to respond to one another in real discussion. 1,901 more words