Tag Archives: LGBTQ

Video: WTF Australia? Why No Same-Sex Marriage Yet?

Australian same-sex marriage

In this video I go over my understanding of the same sex marriage controversy in Australia and tell you what you can do to make sure it passes. It’s 2017. There are no more excuses for developed countries without legalized same sex marriage. It’s not as though it’s not going to happen. It’s going to […]

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Video: If All Religious Leaders Were Like This, We Wouldn’t Need To Be Outspoken Atheists

Religious leaders smoke weed

I caught this video on Reddit this morning and I was so impressed with the Rabbi and the priest. First, they were willing to smoke weed. Second, they were sitting next to an openly gay atheist and treated him and his lack of belief with absolute respect. If all religious leaders were this open, compassionate, […]

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Video: Gay Law Student Destroys His Gay Conversion Counselor

Scott Blair, Gay Conversion Therapy

Heaven help the gay conversion counselor who decides to take on a gay Harvard law student. After Scott told his mom he was gay, she said to him she wanted to drive her car into a tree. If that wasn’t awful enough, his atheist father and Catholic mother decided to join a group for “ex-gay […]

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Video: LGBTQ Can Get Married in All Fifty States, But Can LGBTQ Keep Their Jobs?

Loosen the Bible Belt - LGBT

It’s called “Loosen the Bible Belt: A Tour for Humanity” and their goal is to raise awareness for the discrimination American members of the LGBTQ community still face. Sure, marriage is legal all over the United States of America, but that doesn’t mean that member of the LGBTQ community are free to live their lives […]

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Atheist Life Hacks: How To Call Out The B.S. of Islam Unapologetically

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So there I was, stealing one precious minute to myself in the laundry room as I waited for my washing machine to finish. The fresh scent of Purex, Bleach and Bounce sheets swirling around my head, I hopped up on the counter, pulled out my phone and tapped open Reddit. What’s going on in the

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Will Men Really Rape Us If Bathrooms Are Divided By Identity Rather Than Biology?


I went to this party once. It was pretty dark, and they had one of those strobe lights going. Pretty sure everyone was high – I recognized the signs of cocaine and meth use. The music was really loud, which surprised me, being as we were in an attached townhome and the neighbours would surely

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What It Would Take For Godless Mom To Endorse The Pope

Recently, the Pope went on a crime spree around the USA, leaving christ-dust on the critically ill, his holy fluids on Kim Davis and little Popemobile skid marks in his wake. “He’s so cool! He took a selfie one time!” I heard echoing across social media. “He’s the best! Did you know he tweets?” I heard

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Has Anyone Seen Kevin Smith Lately? Or: Why I Can’t Tell What’s Real Anymore

You know the scene. The camera pans down on a crowd in front of a Catholic church, a gaudy banner is haphazardly strung up across its doors, “Catholicism WOW!” Cardinal Glick is introduced over a loudspeaker, and the late, great, George Carlin walks out in his priestly duds. The small, drably-dressed crowd claps. Mr. Carlin, blessed

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Guest Post: Dear Anti-Gay Bigots, You’re Wrong

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GM is helping Godless Dad at work this week and will be posting guest posts until next week. If you want to see yours posted this week, click here to submit it. This is a guest post from Akorita Isaiah. Akorita Isaiah is an atheist who lives in Nigeria. He is interested in secularism and is

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Atheist Life Hacks: How To Meet Two People In One Body


I was an underage drinker. Before you lose your saintly view of me, let me explain. I’d just moved back to my dull city in Western Canada after traveling the South Pacific, South East Asia and Australia for a year. I’d spent months on end surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, freediving, learning words in new languages, tasting