Tag Archives: blasphemy

The Godless Witch and Female Blasphemy

Inna Shevchenko writes female blasphemy is essential to atheism. It is pleasant to enjoy fully, without compromises, the freedom of speech, to enjoy blasphemy. When it comes to ideas – and let’s not forget that religious creeds are themselves ideas – we … Continue reading

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Pope Says We Cannot Make Fun Of Faith

I guess I shouldn’t be surprised the pope has come out against blasphemy. As nice a guy as he makes out to be he is still the pope, and Christian. Religious freedom and freedom of expression, he said, are fundamental … Continue reading

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Happy Blasphemy Day, There Are no Gods, No Masters, No Royalty

Another day in the hood fighting for the freedom to disagree. Though my hood is big piece of ground where I can’t even see my neighbors I keenly feel the presence of those more distant. Perhaps I pay too much … Continue reading

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Turkish Pianist, Fazil Say, Gets Suspended Sentence for Blasphemy

Turkey is trying to enter the EU and has difficulty with its secular governance run by a fundamentalist Muslim prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. First, let’s not use the word extremist anymore as fundamentalist is more correct; an extremist would … Continue reading

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Global Discrimination Against Humanists

The IHEU published a report on Humanist Day supporting the problem of  global discrimination against humanists. The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) has produced the first report focusing on how countries around the world discriminate against non-religious people. Freedom of Thought 2012: … Continue reading

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