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Published 3 years ago with 4 Comments
  • Greta Christina's talk at Skepticon 4: Atheists and Anger

 

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  • ttubravesrock
    +3

    This author annoys me. He/she thinks that because they are an angry SJW, that they are part of a great movement.

    • spaceghoti
      +4

      Uh, no. She's simply laying out the reasons why the anger many atheists feel is justified. If you don't like her because she's an SJW who won't be shouted down by any SQW then don't read her.

      • ttubravesrock
        +4

        I won't. I was intrigued by the title and the quick intro, so I read the article. I didn't like it, so I left a comment stating my feelings and didn't downvote. I'd be happy to have a conversation on the topic of Atheists and Anger, but not with an angry person. It's not possible to have a productive conversation with an angry person.

        • spaceghoti
          +6

          Sometimes the point of having a conversation with a person is not to convince them they're wrong (you won't) but to demonstrate to others why they're wrong. If you think she's wrong, go ahead and explain. Just because she or I might not agree doesn't mean you can't get your point across.

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