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Fuck religion by BlackJill Fuck religion by BlackJill
For as much as people have the right to express their love of religion, faith and god, people have as much the right to express their hate for them.

You can't have one and not the other. Tolerance must go both ways. But make no mistake, hating religion doesn't mean we're intolerant to them either.

So be offended, disgusted and hateful. Validate every reason why we hate religion.

And yes, before you ask, that is a bible the emote is pissing on, though it's not a bible for any one specific religion.


Because some people are too dense, this isn't generalizing religion. Though I may hate organized religion, that is not the actual point of the stamp.

The point is that anyone and everyone has the right to say they hate it or any specific religion for that matter.

If I want to say God can suck my rubber dick and Jesus can take it up the ass then I'm gonna fucking say it and there's not a goddamn thing anyone can do about it.

Religious people want us to respect their opinion and faith but when it comes to our opinions we can pretty much go fuck ourselves.

See here. Though he may not have been expressing an opinion of hate towards religion, he is being persecuted nonetheless for having expressed an opinion about it that people called for his death.

Shit like that sickens me.

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I'm not responsible for you're being offended or that your feelings are hurt. Take your spiritual insecurities to someone who gives a fuck.

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Guys. Guys.

Hating something is a reportable offense. Don't ever hate anything!

Free for everyone who faves my stamp.

One roll of toilet paper. :icontoiletpaperplz:

Stamp background by `DoItForTheLulz :icondoitforthelulz: btw. Border is mine.
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EdenianPrince Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  New member
This doesn't make you look edgy, this just makes you look really, really sad. 
LookAtMyLittlePoneh Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I'm pretty pleased with you for seeing through the act as well! In fact I gave you a llama for your efforts!
EdenianPrince Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  New member
Thanks! :) 
LookAtMyLittlePoneh Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You are welcome.
LookAtMyLittlePoneh Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I would definetly agree.
LookAtMyLittlePoneh Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Whatever. Flame me guuuuys

Being offensive doesn't make you cool. Everyone say it with me "being offensive doesn't make you cool!" :D I'm an Atheist actually but I'm neutral towards religion. This stamp kind of twists my stomach though. I mean, freedom of speech. Mad?

I'm not offended easily but EVERYONE also has the right to be offended within reason. All of a sudden with the advent of the internet being offended means automatically being the worst person to roam the Earth/stupid butthurt person who should be treated like their opinion doesn't even matter because they were offended. Well whoop-de-doo humans have emotions. We aren't all stones so you can't act outraged if someone happens to be offended. I know I might be a loser in some of the people on this thread's eyes now, but I think respect is important and being sceptical of religion/disliking religion does not equal having to make stamps of someone peeing on a bible. You made the decision after all, your personal beliefs did not make the decision that you thought it was a good idea to make a little stamp about someone peeing on a bible, you did. I'm a big believer in personal responsibility.

Now I'm not going to go all 1984 on you, I truly can't control your life or behaviour, but I personally believe this was a bad decision. Also what does the fact that you feel the need to make a kind of immature stamp about religion as "bait" say about you? Why not make a stamp saying you disagree with religious principles/religious verses/what people do in churches and elaborate on it intelligently, rather than pulling the "hahaha I'm gonna get so many people butthurt!" card? It's so easy to do that, degrade a group of complex, varied people with a less than thoughtful message and this really brings down the impact of your message for me. That's just cheap, and a cheap attitude to be quite frank. Don't be cheap. I'm sorry, but you may be responsible for slandering me and other Atheists who prefer to act with class in our daily lives, because whenever I tell people I'm an Atheist on the internet or otherwise they seem to be spooked like I'm going to start spouting hateful crap at them or virtually kill them for bringing up religion.

That's my two cents. I bid you good-day/goodnight.
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FlutterBOSS Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"That's my two cents. I bid you good-day/goodnight."
I don't think the Beast is going to let you get away so easily after you exposed her asininity. XD
LookAtMyLittlePoneh Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Lol you're calling her a beast? :ohnoes: you better watch yourself because I forsee a shit storm lol
BlackJill Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No, there's nothing wrong with being offended, it's most definitely your right to be so and to express it as well. And it's bait because I believe blasphemy laws to be complete and utter bullshit. As long as people, even children, continue to be persecuted/prosecuted for blasphemy then I feel that we shouldn't ignore this issue.

The stamp is offensive because the majority of the time the people being persecuted for blasphemy have done completely innocuous things. Things that didn't deserve being prosecuted for, especially if the person in question is a child.

If this makes me look like the "edgiest kid on the block", so be it. But I stand by my convictions that tolerance goes both ways, not just for those you believe piss flowers and sunshine. It's also for those who say thing you may or may not agree with, or like.

What I have a problem with are people saying that no one has the right to say anything on the subject of religion because God and Jesus and stuff, or simply because they're offended. For as much as they have the right to express their own respective religion, people have as much right to express their disdain of religion. Like I said, tolerance goes both ways. I made the stamp the way it is because it would offend the most amount of people in the quickest manner possible. But it also expresses my feelings on the subject of freedom from religion; So what if people say something negative about religion? Why should it bother you or anyone? Why isn't anyone else bothered by blasphemy laws?

Why isn't anyone bothered that a 14 year old girl was sent to an adult prison after a man burned pages out of a religious book and framed her for it?

Why isn't anyone bothered that a child was beaten and a criminal case demanded not only against her, but her entire family for a spelling mistake on a test sheet?

So, why are people bothered more by my stamp than they are by these incidents that happen daily around the world? Don't you find that a bit odd...?

(Also, I need to update the article below the stamp. It was written poorly and in a hurry and doesn't reflect everything I wanted to convey.)
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