I do not believe in God and have not for as long as I can remember.
Despite going to religious schools, which involved prayers every morning, hymns multiple times per week, I never truly believed.
When I was in my teens I was convinced (as are many fedora-tipping redditors) that religion was the main source of conflict in the world and if we can only spread atheism the world would be a better place.
As such I routinely attacked Christianity. But I also was not afraid to attack Islam and Judaism, as many self-identified atheists are today.
Here in UK we like to think of ourselves as being free. Freedom of speech is cornerstone of liberty, allowing the individual full ownership over their thoughts, allowing the sharing of ideas, and allowing criticism of the sate policies. But does the UK have freedom of speech?
JOE.co.uk is a new male-focused website self described as the ‘Voice of British Men’ with the aim of ‘giving men something better than what we’ve been used to over the past few years of online publishing.’
Sounds good right? A new website for British men, discussing men’s issues and helping men become the best versions of themselves.
Wrong. This site is a fake. The writers have no idea what they’re doing and should not be giving advice to young men.
For those yet unplugged, or recently unplugged, the tale of Dubai Porta Potties may be a disturbing read. But it is necessary to illuminate just how far Western women, and by extension – Western society – has fallen.
The website, Tag The Sponsor, reveals the hidden secret behind the new generation of Instagram models who, for frivolous short-term material gain, are willing to ruin the rest of their lives.