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Go to: Real men find Church too girly

g-21-lto's Avatar Jump to comment 21 by g-21-lto

Sure, we've kept our leadership predominately male and our theology predominately misogynistic all these centuries. But now you ladies and your lady-decorations have run all the testosterone out of the church. So go bring us some coffee, and smile while you're at it!!

Mon, 01 Feb 2010 07:04:00 UTC | #437373

Go to: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: Licentiousness breeds extremism

g-21-lto's Avatar Jump to comment 55 by g-21-lto

"Cover up, ladies, or it will be YOUR fault when the terrorists attack!"

This is a new aspect of victim-blaming I've not seen explored before.

Mon, 11 Jan 2010 16:47:00 UTC | #430975

Go to: Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks: Europe is dying from secularism

g-21-lto's Avatar Jump to comment 73 by g-21-lto

We need religion in order to convince women to become broodmares?

OK, I'm sold. [/sarcasm]

Sat, 07 Nov 2009 05:46:00 UTC | #411812

Go to: The Vatican

g-21-lto's Avatar Jump to comment 29 by g-21-lto

I was amused to find that Bill Donohue of the Catholic league had put out a press release calling this episode a "Nazi-like assault."

I thought the episode was well done, and found the story about Sabina chilling. We all know about the pedophile priests worldwide, but what more mundane dangers does the Vatican pose to its host country?

Sun, 30 Aug 2009 17:19:00 UTC | #393109

Go to: Lab Produces Monkeys With 2 Mothers

g-21-lto's Avatar Jump to comment 19 by g-21-lto

"Unfortunately, we're likely to hear some people saying, 'Okay, we've done this, so why can't we alter the DNA in the nucleus to, say, prevent a predisposition to breast cancer? And if you do it for breast cancer, why can't we do it to weed out a predisposition to baldness?' "

Obviously, the answer is to make sure nobody has the option of removing a genetic disposition for various horrible diseases from their childrens' genomes. Though it might not make the best post-masectomy pep talk to explain to her why decreasing her risk of cancer would have opened the door to eliminating male-pattern baldness in future generations.

Sat, 29 Aug 2009 19:55:00 UTC | #392872

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