Go WedGo WedGo Wed by The-Psychid
Parody Of: Go West
Original Composer: Villiage People/Pet Shop Boys
(Together!) We will go our way!
(Together!) We will wed someday!
(Together!) Your hand in my hand!
(Together!) We will make our plans!
(Together!) We'll wed without fears!
(Together!) We'll avoid all peers!
(Together!) Start a chapter, new!
(Together!) That is what we'll do!
(Go wed!) Life is peaceful now!
(Go wed!) We have won, and how!
(Go wed!) Rainbows in the sky!
(Go wed!) Happiness will fly!
(Go wed! This is what we're gonna do; go wed!)
(Together!) We will be happy!
(Together!) Make our family!
(Together!) Change the way of life!
(Together!) Fighting for our rights!
(I love you!) I hope you love me!
(I want you!) How could I disagree?
(So that's why!) I make no protest!
(When you say!) God will do the rest!
(Go wed!) Life is peaceful now!
(Go wed!) We have won, and how
Ridiculously anti-Semitic Sunday school playRight now I am driving around the western U.S. with :iconlookatmylittleponeh: It has been pretty fun so far.Ridiculously anti-Semitic Sunday school play by bcollins39302
Anyways I saw a bale of hay in a semi truck trailer and that reminded me of these lyrics from a song in a play when I was in Sunday school bashing religions that use idols saying "Bale of hay! You might as well worship a bale of hay" and I told her about having to sing it in church when I was like 8 or something.
Then I was curious so I googled "You might as well worship a bale of hay" and got results for a play called Good Kings Come in Small Packages. I then watched a youtube video of Sunday school kids performing it and holy shit it is so anti-Semitic I can't even stand it.
At my church we didn't wear big noses and glasses (Nazi caricatures of Jews), and I was 8, and didn't really know much more than the average 8 year old, so I did not see it at the time.
The play is largely about baby Jesus being born and rejected by the Jewish clergy.
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Stop Pretending to be Shocked by TransgenderismTransgender individuals (which is to say, individuals who do not identify with their assigned physical gender, and may, at some point decide to reassign their physical gender to match their gender identity) have been around for a very long time, despite the fact that people have recently been more consumed by discussions of sexual orientation. It took an Olympic-champion-turned-reality-star to come out publicly as transgender before the nation decided to face the issue.Stop Pretending to be Shocked by Transgenderism by PyrrhusiVictoria
And not surprisingly, the peanut gallery is squawking loudly about how gross and unnatural it is for a male to become a female.
If this is you, then consider this your wake up call to stop being shocked by it. There's nothing unnatural about transitioning gender, and in fact, at least half the people complaining are themselves sexually transitioned. Of course, I could go on and talk about all the animals in nature that function as both male and female, or I could discuss species of fish who actua
The Comprehensive Guide to Debating: Part 1Full title: The Comprehensive Guide to Debating Theists, Religious Fundamentalists, Religious Apologists, Conspiracy Theorists, New-Agers, Believers in the Paranormal, and other Dogmatists. Part One.The Comprehensive Guide to Debating: Part 1 by AmericanDreaming
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This guide is intended to outline and explore the strategies, tactics, pros, cons, and limitations of debating, whether on the internet or in person. My concern here is primarily with debating dogmatists, from the standpoint of scientific skepticism, because the dogmatist, whatever form they might take, is making a truth claim. Arguments over truth claims are fundamentally different than arguments over morality or social utility, for example. The claim that Jesus was resurrected and will one day return to Earth, or that the apparent design of the universe necessitates a creative intelligence, or that bodies of extraterrestrials are being kept at area 51 are direct truth claim
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