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Autism is my super blessing! I'm a high-school valedictorian, college graduate, world traveler, disability advocate. I'm a Unitarian Universalist. I'm a Progressive Liberal. I'm about equal rights, human rights, civil & political rights, & economic, social, &cultural rights. I do servant leadership, boundless optimism, & Oneness/Wholeness. I'm good naked & unashamed! I love positive personhood, love your neighbor as yourself, and do no harm! I'm also appropriately inappropriate! My self-ratings: NC-17, XXX, X, X18+ & TV-MA means empathy! I publish shows at 11am! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support

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episode 10: Why Using the Bible Against LGBTQIA+ People is Irresponsible


"Christians will go to great lengths to get God to consent to their prejudices. It’s actually quite astounding and equally sad.

Every day I watch and read fellow followers of Jesus attempting to use Scripture to discriminate against, marginalize, and condemn people who identify as LGBTQ...


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 January 3, 2022  48m
 
 

episode 11: I am recovering from purity culture and diet culture


I am uncovering more causes of my unchurched lifestyle.

"THE HEALING

Everyone’s path to healing is unique. Recent years have seen an uptick in counselors and therapists familiar with the repercussions of being raised in purity culture, and many have been there themselves. Some approaches to recovery from this brand of sexual shame involve traditional psychotherapy, while other methods take a less conventional approach...


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 January 4, 2022  1h32m
 
 

episode 12: The higher you go in church leadership, the less likely you are to encounter Jesus!


"A spotlight is switched on whenever an abuse survivor steps forward to tell others how institutional leaders mishandled their sexual abuse disclosure. Spotlights that shine light into dark places are seldom welcomed by those responsible for the darkness. These spotlights come in many different forms and sizes. Some are media reports or articles, while others take the form of lawsuits and criminal cases...


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 January 6, 2022  1h10m
 
 

episode 13: Sex-Positive Christianity


"So, what did we do? We had sex.

And we had fun.

No divine judgment, no personal judgment–it was a learning experience and certainly different than I expected. Having since gotten married, I can confidently say this: I have no regrets. Those things many of us grew up believing, that sex before a heterosexual marriage would hurt us in some way, hurt our partners, or reduce the meaning of marriage–it was all a lie...


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 January 6, 2022  1h52m
 
 

episode 14: Remember not to lie or shy away from the topic of sex


"You may have heard references to “being sex-positive” or “the sex-positivity movement” in popular culture. Various celebrities have brought attention to this movement by speaking out about their beliefs and personal experiences regarding sexuality, sexual health, body positivity, “slut-shaming,” and sexual assault...


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 January 7, 2022  1h18m
 
 

episode 15: Porn Entrepreneurship a.k.a. Porntrepreneurs


"Thompson: How do misconceptions play a role in the way we view sex work as work or not, and protecting the rights and lives of those in the industry?

Love: The stigma is that sex work isn’t a real job. People [don’t] really understand the amount of unpaid labor that sex workers do, or the fact that you are doing marketing and advertising and web development and photo editing and video editing and social media marketing...


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 January 7, 2022  1h46m
 
 

episode 16: Nuns Raped Girls With Crucifixes as Female Pedophilia Was Covered Up by the Church, and Catholic nuns peddled orphaned boys to predatory priests and perverts for decades.


"ROME—“Marie” was placed in a French Catholic boarding school for “young girls from good families” when she was in the fifth grade. She remembers a nun who would come to her class every day to choose a student to help her with Mass. But the nun wasn’t looking for someone to help her. She was looking for a victim.

“I was 11 and looked 9. She would choose me once every two or three times,” she recalls. “She would take me to her office, lock the door, and then draw the curtains...


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 January 8, 2022  27m
 
 

episode 17: For the sake of the gospel, drop "the persecution complex"


"Did you hear about the pastor who was arrested for not marrying a same-sex couple? What about the publisher that got sued for refusing to censor anti-gay verses from the Bible?

Both of these stories have been exposed as fakes of course, but that didn’t keep hundreds of thousands of conservative Christians from sharing them online this week. When I pointed out to a friend that the story he had just shared on social media wasn’t true, he replied, “well it might as well be...


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 January 10, 2022  1h18m
 
 

episode 18: THE FALSE PERSECUTION IS A TOXIC MIX OF BAD THEOLOGY AND POLITICALLY CORRECT CULTURE! I HATE CHRISTIAN THEOCRACY!


"It’s a vision that’s frighteningly close to the jihadist goal of enacting Sharia law.

If your starting point for the Christian faith is that members of other faiths have no rights and non-Christians are technically insane and that you have a God-given duty to control government, media and society-at-large, then yeah, anything less than that probably feels like “persecution...


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 January 10, 2022  39m
 
 

episode 19: Jesus was a protestor, Jesus was on the side of the poor and exploited


"Jesus devoted his life to speaking, helping, supporting, defending, empowering, healing, freeing, and loving everyone, especially saving those who were in desperate need from the hands of oppressors, rulers, officials, mobs, and those who intended to harm, kill, and destroy — because Jesus was a protester...


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 January 11, 2022  36m