No flag, no country!
no but seriously guys this is the history of the british empire in a nutshell
Firstly; if you approach me on public transit and hand me a gospel pamphlet, and continue to ask me about my person beliefs after I politely decline said pamphlet, do not expect me to be kind ad tolerant about your behaviour. Since when does being religious excuse you from norms of decency in public conduct? Yes, I understand you don’t have a problem with and and want to “share you faith”, but that doesn’t mean everyone else is. Secondly, your views on homosexuality. “People aren’t born like that”. How do you know? “Because the bible says so”. Well, the bible also says you can’t wear two different fabrics. Well, that was the old testament, this is in the new testament. So… you admit to part of your bible being false? Who gets to decide that?
Catholicism advertises itself as a loving and kind religion based on mercy. But how kind is it to want to deny someone their basic human rights because of something someone wrote thousands of years ago? How merciful is it to treat someone so badly that children and teenagers kill themselves because they can not tolerate living in a world that you so justly and righteously created, in which their essence is seen as dirty, filthy, disgusting, unworthy of love.
I do not discriminate based on religion; feel free to believe whatever you like. But I will make no hesitation at being “discriminatory” towards a “faith” that brainwashes its followers into believing it is just and moral to treat people who have done absolutely nothing to you with hatred, disgust, contempt, and cruelty.
So, for your own sake, don’t approach me on the subway with your religious hatred and selective, hypocritical kindness, because I have absolutely no tolerance for that crap, and will respond accordingly.
P.S I told her I was a witchcraft practicing lesbian. Which is only a quarter of a lie.
Feel my wrath assholes.
Ok so i don’t know how many of you saw my embroidery set from last year showing women in film statistics, but to tie in with International Women’s day over on Screenqueens and the learning I’ve done in the past year, I’ve added a couple more.
Margaret Atwood (via biscodeja-vu)