Monday, November 4, 2013


Resistance is futile. Image source.
1. My Face is Not a Halloween Costume (posted October 29) "They tell their parents they're scared or hide behind their parents' legs. Honestly, this saddens me; I don't want to scare anyone. I think that it's because they've not seen people with visible differences before, but I also believe it's because they have seen masks and screen characters who are depicted as evil."

2. Did Jesus have a wife? I wouldn’t touch that with a 10-foot shepherd’s staff, but I know someone who will (posted October 28) "I kept waiting for the professional historians to step into the conversation and tell us that marriage for romance is a recent invention and that Jesus’ marital status would have been in the hands of his parents."

3. Single and not waiting (posted October 24) "I’ve wasted my time, my energy, and my emotions on this concept that singleness is just a waiting room for a relationship. I’m tired of this view that my life begins when I wake up next to my husband, because I’m pretty sure my life began 23 years ago when my mom gave birth."

4. Evangelical 'Hell Houses' Still a Thing This Year, Now With Additional Creepiness (posted October 29) So... what the hell? I did not know that was a thing.

5. Trans blogger catches California Christian group in second harassment lie (posted October 29)

6. To Flatten A Heroine: Artist Puts Disney Princess Filter On 10 Real Life Female Role Models (posted October 31)

7. Is “God’s Not Dead” The First Movie Based On A Facebook Meme? (posted October 24) Cringe.

8. This horse's Halloween costume:

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9. Even Klansmen have their angels. (posted October 30) "At least the man's son had the decency to thank Ms. Thomas for literally saving his father's life."

10. No, Christianity Today, These Women Do Not Have a ‘Porn Problem’ (posted October 25) "The problem isn’t that they’re addicted to porn. The problem is that they fear any kind of sexual pleasure that doesn’t involve a husband. That’s *far* more damaging that wanting to watch late-night HBO when you’re a teenager."

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