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GUYS I JUST REALIZED WHY PAPER BEATS ROCK OH MY GOD

PAPER SYMBOLIZES WORDS WHICH SYMBOLIZES BRAINS

AND ROCK SYMBOLIZES BRAWN.

BRAINS OVER BRAWN.

MIND OVER MATTER.

PAPER OVER ROCK.

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then what the fuck does scissors mean

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Christianity and Homosexuality

by Dametora

So a lot of times, the reason people are against homosexuality (or bisexuality, etc), it has to do with religious beliefs, namely the Abrahamic trio (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), and, most vocally in the West, Christianity.

I would like to do some exploration of that.

First, let’s talk about what is said in the Old Testament.
A student essay I’ve read revealed that a verse in Levitcus, one most often cited, was mistransliterated to mean to be against homosexuality, when it was originally against sleeping with your partner for reasons other than sex;The National Gay Pentecostal Alliance (NGPA) has analyzed the Leviticus v

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Why Twilight Is Bad News

by Srsface

All That Glitters Is Not Gold: Twilight and Its Negative Impact on Society

      Books are powerful.  The thoughts and ideas that mankind has chosen to craft into words and preserve upon paper have shaped the human race into what it is today, be they as widely influential as The Bible or The Origin of Species or as seemingly unimportant as Fahrenheit 451 or The Great Gatsby.  However, while literature has a remarkable capacity for good, certain works can also prove to be very detrimental to the society that we live in, especially those that target and corrupt our children and our future. 

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Twilight and Feminism

by Afterthebattle

Introduction
Throughout history women have fought for their rights. Today, at first sight, it seems as if they might have succeeded in their struggle to attain equality between women and men. Never before has our society been so focused on gender equality – in the nineties strong feminist role models as Buffy Summers from ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ and Xena from ‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ were looked up to, but now another tendency is starting to show among teenage girls. With the release of the young-adult novel ‘Twilight’ in 2005, old-fashioned ideas of partnership are becoming more and more popular, at least if one is to look at the sa

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