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- spookyfemme ha dicho I definitely agree but what’s your opinion on mocking your own faith? I was raised catholic so I feel like mocking that upbringing is different. It’s not even really mocking the religion. More the iconography.
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I am not a Christian. I was actually raised Jewish, although I am definitely more of a cultural Jew.
However - I have a lot of religious friends. These are people who have deep faith, but who also are anti-racist, pro choice, queer friendly, etc etc etc. They have all of my politics EXCEPT they…
I agree with your point on perhaps not mocking POF specifically, but I wanted to make clear that (I believe) we should still be able to have rational interfaith discussions and also talk about the harm that Christianity specifically has done and continues to do. Not only can it reinforce, but can create a slew of “isms.”
I apologize if I’m jumping the gun, but I’ve just found the same lines being repeated to avoid interfaith and rational dialogue, and deny Christian privilege in society as a whole. I recognize we’re probably on the same boat, but if there’s something you think differently on I would love to discuss it! This area is very interesting to me.