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Narcissism and Self-Deceit of Religious People

It is time we recognize the boundless narcissism and self-deceit of the saved. It is time we acknowledged how disgraceful it is for the survivors of a catastrophe to believe themselves spared by a loving God, while this same God … Continue reading

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Which Is More Arrogant?

We don’t want to force you to have an abortion or to marry someone of the same gender, whereas you do want to close out those possibilities for us. Which is more arrogant? Michael Kinsley, “Am I Blue? I Apologize … Continue reading

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Abortion Should Be Rare

We seek to create a world where abortion is safe, legal, accessible, and rare. Letter to Religious Leaders from the Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing, 2005, requoted in What Liberals Believe, page 39, edited by William Martin

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When Children Leave The Womb

The same groups who so forcefully denounce abortion have cheapened their claims to morality by actively opposing policies that might help poor, single mothers support their children…They love children fiercely right up until the time they leave the womb. Cynthia … Continue reading

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Abortion

If men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament. Florynce Kennedy

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