scruffLA said more and more
young people are finding how fake religion is, how fake it was when first put into an amendment by those who wished to control the masses.
it's not about gay issues, it's about people finally waking up and realising that organized religion is a fictional propaganda created to control people and money. the catholic church is the largest corporation of such evil. only the truly gullible are taken in by their lies at this point.
if any other entity routinely practiced and covered up peodophilia at the scale the church has, it would have been shut down and ALL the offenders stoned in the streets, why does the church get complete immunity?
Religion works for some and not for others, and it's not going away any time soon. You call it fictional propaganda but remember, there are billions of people all over the world who follow various religions and will wholeheartedly disagree with you. In my opinion, religion does more good than harm. Are there atheist organizations that can raise tons of money to house and feed the homeless or care for the sick? Look at what the Catholic Church has done for people with HIV.
"The Catholic Church is the biggest private provider of AIDS care in the world, providing anti-retroviral treatment, home-care visits and counseling to one in four of the world's 33.3 million AIDS patients, according to the Catholic charity Caritas International. In 2008, members of the Catholic HIV and AIDS network spent 180 million euros (about $235 million) on assistance...
With the spread of the disease to North America, the Church in the United States established the National Catholic AIDS Network to provide care to AIDS patients, their families and loved ones. By 2008, Catholic Charities USA had 1,600 agencies providing services to AIDS sufferers, including housing and mental health services.
AIDS arrived in Australia in the 1980s. Soon after, the Sisters of Charity began to admit patients suffering from the mysterious new disease at St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, in Sydney's inner city, which became a world leader in HIV research.
Much of the Church's aid effort is concentrated in developing nations - in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. According to PBS news, in 2011, there were "117,000 Catholic medical facilities, from clinics in the deepest jungle to large urban hospitals in the developing world, that are involved in treating both people that are already infected with AIDS and trying to prevent the transmission to at-risk populations".http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Church_and_AIDS#Provision_of_care_for_AIDS_patients