By Michael

Fortunately or unfortunately, I have a great many interests.  Issues of gender and sexuality, science fiction and fantasy, history and the study thereof, philosophy, comparative theology, atheism and skepticism, and video games, to name a few.  History enthusiasts might be annoyed with my indictments of theism, feminists might be bored by my endless fascination with the search for common threads through pre-christian religions, and so on and so forth.  In order to prevent needless frustration, I will put, either in the title, tags, or immediate beginning of every post, some statement of the general field that my posts will deal with.  For example, I might have posts entitled “Gender and Sexuality- National Organization for Marriage pisses me off,” or “History- What have the Romans ever done for us?!”


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