State Of The Goddamned Union – Updates from GM

Godless Mom

Happy hump day, Heathens! I thought I’d give you a quick update so you know what’s going on at As you know, a few months a go, things were pretty dire with our child support/custody case regarding my stepdaughter (click here for info) While it’s still completely financially draining and we still don’t have

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5 Things Theists Don’t Understand About Outspoken Atheists

making fun of religion

For my birthday recently, I designed myself a hoodie in my Redbubble shop and ordered it. Yes, sometimes I pick out my own birthday gifts… it’s either that or settle for a closet full of low-cut Edmonton Oilers t-shirts. I wouldn’t mind a low-cut Browns shirt, but I digress. I bought the hoodie and was so excited when

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Follow Friday: Anger, Allies & Quotes

Secular World

It’s Friday! I’m pretty sure it arrived late, but it’s finally here and I can already taste those icy cold hops I’ll be sipping lakeside tonight. Here’s hoping all of you awesome heathens have just as heavenly plans this weekend and all your drinks are cold, all your eggs hatch Dragonites and none of you

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Atheist Life Hacks: How To Be Motivated By The Good News


If you’ve been following along with my Jehovah’s Witnesses saga, you know I’ve been passed off from witness to witness, some of them disappearing without a word, others moving on to bigger, fancier things in the big city. I’ve finally been handed off to a woman we’ll call Kate, who is, it seems, in it for

Your Stories of Atheism: Playing The Game


This is an ongoing series featuring your stories of how you came to identify as an atheist. If you want to send me your story, you can submit it here. To read past stories, click here. The first story this week is from Ava: I was raised in a Southern Baptist church, my father was

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Things The Godly Say: Maybe If You Read The Bible…

Christopher Hitchens

I think it might have been the second time I was tripping on Psilocybin mushrooms. I was about fifteen, been an atheist all my life, sitting in my Protestant best friend’s room. We had never spoken about religion before, and I barely understood it. I just knew some people believed in God, and there was some Jesus

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Follow Friday: Atheist World, Amadeus & Agent of Doubt

Amadeus Almighty

Happy Friday, Fuckers! This week I want you to follow Atheist World on Twitter because this account shares a lot of thought-provoking and giggle-inducing memes and also engages in some good debates. Check it out: @AtheistWorld You also need to check out Amadeus Almighty on Periscope. Most of you might know him from his frequent

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Atheist Life Hacks: How To Live With A Fear Of Big Shoes

Pippi Longstocking shoes

I must have been about five when I first saw the Wizard of Oz. There was a little video store in the heart of the small fishing village where I lived. My family and I would walk there and wander the dimly lit rows of shelves filled with more movies than I’d ever see. I’d run my

Here’s a Goon Who Thinks Atheists Are As Bad As Osteen

Joel Osteen

I’ve had the rash-causing pleasure of responding to Matty Walsh before here on Godless Mom, so it’s no real surprise to me that he’s once again said things about atheists that are not true. This time, though, there’s a little extra sting to that grating, raw feeling anything Matt says induces. This time, he’s said

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How Religion Strips You Of Your Morality


There’s this new show on HBO I’ve been watching, The Night Of. It’s managed to completely capture me after just three episodes, but in a horribly uncomfortable way. Most of the show is from the perspective of a college-aged young man in New York City. He appears to be a really thoughtful, smart, hardworking kid

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