For women who have experienced sexual assault, reading some of the comments could trigger flashbacks or really painful memories.It may be especially triggering or difficult if a woman sought comfort or refuge from a religious community after her assault and was instead condemned.An atheism blog is something that most would presume to be safe.Warning readers that a particular post is not safe enables them to take responsibility for their mental and emotional health and skip over it, until such time as they think they can deal with it.
Just recognizing the immense pain that people have gone through and being mindful and respectful.
My wife and I were in Mc Donalds and were having a conversation with an angel and Leviathon had come up.
I figured that since Leviathon was from the depths of the sea he would be used to the cold water so I filled the tub up with scalding hot water and blessed the water. I never said God’s Penis was the same as man’s penis. That is why I pointed out God has a Holy, Righteous Penis.
While I’d bet a few of the top 100 are fake, I would be surprised if it rises above 5%.
Some people compete for being that much more bat-shit crazy than the other people out there. (Consider the anti-gay activists that are so strident they are almost comic book villains, yet are caught performing sexual acts with someone of the same sex.) Many, though, I would suspect are entirely in earnest.
Noen, Posting trigger warnings is not being responsible for other people’s issues.