HoodieI’ll respect others’ beliefs if they respect mine, and a big part of that and whatever sense of self-I’d Love To Be A Fly On Pence’s Head When Trump Loses The Election Shirt means I’m not going to kowtow to their bullshit demands. It has about as much disdain for the Christian god as I do Dolores Umbridge from Harry Potter; unbelievably vain and evil and does many things throughout the novel that are simply detestable. But that’s all they really are: characters in a book, and as such, I can’t really be mad at them. If people were regularly shitting on me in real life for not loving and praising Delores Umbridge I’d be pretty pissed too lmao. Maybe more at JKR than the character, but it’s hard to be mad at kings and goat farmers from 2k years ago. Thank you so much.
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I’m 59, but wasn’t raised with religion, and it’s so much easier for me to simply say, “No thank you” to offers of prayers. Or blessings, even living in the buckle of the bible belt. Since it doesn’t hit me I’d Love To Be A Fly On Pence’s Head When Trump Loses The Election Shirts. But I honestly don’t have any reservations about expressing rejection of their attempts. Every time I read about the emotional struggles of those raised with religion. That is why they target children. The older you are when exposed to religion, the easier it is to see that it’s bullshit. You might not think it, but just sharing your experience can help others, at least from my perspective. It is comforting to me that others feel haunted by this shit, even many years later. I’m just a stranger to you on the internet, but I hope it helps to know you are NOT alone. So good. So happy.