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It’s time.

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I have yet to hear any logically sound reasoning opposing this. If you think you have one, please present it in the comments below. I’d love to hear it (and do my best to show you why it’s flawed).

– Dave

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Dave Muscato is Vice President of MU SASHA. He is a vegetarian, LGBTQ ally, and human- & animal-welfare activist. A junior at Mizzou majoring in economics & anthropology and minoring in philosophy & Latin, Dave posts updates to the SASHA blog every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday. His website is http://www.DaveMuscato.com.

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Helpful resources:

Godisimaginary.com
Iron Chariots Wiki
Skeptics’ Annotated Bible / Skeptics’ Annotated Qur’an
AtheismResource.com
TalkOrigins.org

YouTubers: Evid3nc3Thunderf00tTheAmazingAtheistThe Atheist ExperienceEdward Current,NonStampCollectorMr. DeityRichard DawkinsQualiaSoup

Blogs: Greta ChristinaPZ MyersThe Friendly AtheistWWJTD?Debunking ChristianitySkepChick

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One comment on “It’s time.

  1. Jared Cowan
    November 27, 2011

    The only response I could think of that even moderately works is the claim that GLBT already have equality in terms of marriage as relates to benefits. There’s also that notion that they should maintain the status quo and tradition of marriage, but honestly, that doesn’t hold water.

    My atheist roommate actually made the argument about GLBT not needing marriage because they already had the same legal rights, but I wonder if it’s possible he’s wrong in terms of overall coverage of GLBT in the country. Perhaps in certain states, but even if it applied everywhere, it’s people’s ignorance of the law that makes this difficult, since it’s so technical.

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