"My poor, young friend (blue) has been struggling with depression and often posts about it in her statuses. It seems red has the cure for depression all figured out."
"My parents were pastors and I was raised in church and all that jazz. A few years ago, I came out of the closet to my parents as gay, and they told me I was going to hell (shocking riteeee?) I always went to Christian prep schools, and when I was a little kid, I liked to draw fashion and braid my friends’ hair and pay with Barbies instead of playing football. My teachers basically told my parents straight up that I had to see a therapist ‘because other parents were worried I might corrupt their children’. The school, of course, picked out a ‘s00per Christian’ psychologist who basically made me believe I was a freak because I wanted to grow up and major in fashion design (which I’m currently doing). I pretty much felt ashamed about the one thing I was passionate about for most of my childhood.
I don’t know if I’m submitting this just to get it off my chest, but that fucjing sucked dude. Christians…. I just don’t understand them.”
An opportunity to miss work. Oh gee, thanks.
"From my cousin, she normally posts stuff from Islamic scholars, then this happened. Unfriended immediately. I don’t care what your stance on the violence in Gaza is. Hitler? Really?
"Same family, different person from my previous submission.”
"This girl frequently posts Christian pop songs. Most of them are ok, if generic, but this one is disturbing. Is it about God or an abusive boyfriend? ‘Make me broken’…WTF?"
"Someone was disqualified from my university and posted this. The responses were generally positive and encouraging (some of the long unnecessary ones have been hidden) but there’s always that one guy who believes that Christ is the answer to freaking everything, including failure to do work/show up to finals. Right. STFU, Hope."
"*hic* …. Oh wait."
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"Because praying for water is a lot easier than going over to the faucet and filling your cup with water?"
“I saw this on my Facebook feed. It left me a little concerned for those kids.”
“Ugh, these part of God’s plan types are the worst/weirdest.”
"Everything that happens has to have religious significance."
"So… to know God (and implicitly, to be a Christian), you have to have read (or heard, etc.) the entire Bible. Old and New Testaments. Okay.
"Where then does this leave, say, the members of the early Church? You know, the people who were still alive while sizable chunks of the New Testament were being written and which not all of them would have read. To say nothing of the people in the OT…
"At the very least this tweet is some mighty poor phrasing, since I’m pretty sure he didn’t mean to say the Bible was written by nonbelievers."
"W.T.F! I am sitting here , wide eyed, and I am speechless. "
"What kind of fuckery is this?"
I am severely disturbed by this. I mean.. sin zones. Yep.
"Because getting an education and supporting your family is wrong. You should starve in the street so you can go to heaven."
Wow. “Degrees just mean you are further indoctrinated into satans system” might be my favorite quote of the blog.
"After everything was finalized at the closing for my grandmother’s house, the Realtor gave everyone a copy of The Expositor’s Study Bible: King James Version as a gift. On top of that, my mother, grandmother, and the woman who bought the house all received this ‘Ladies’ Edition.’ I can only assume my uncle was given some sort of Dude Version for Manly Men."