• Why is it that the women in real life I've met laugh at issues like manspreading and mansplaining and think male privilege is garbage?

    Most women i know dont seem to care about manspreading (to the point where they laugh at the idea that its seen as an issue) and dont see themselves as weak victims who can't get by Because they haven't got "male privilege". It's always feminists over the internet. Im yet to meet a woman in... show more
    Most women i know dont seem to care about manspreading (to the point where they laugh at the idea that its seen as an issue) and dont see themselves as weak victims who can't get by Because they haven't got "male privilege". It's always feminists over the internet. Im yet to meet a woman in real life who thinks male privilege is a thing. Of course, not every woman I've spoken to. Just the women in my family, friends and work circles. Are these women just suffering with "internalized Misgoyny?"
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Politics: Is it time to admit that the USA is a failed experiment?

    Politics: Is it time to admit that the USA is a failed experiment?

    Best answer: No....I hardly think so.
    I still believe that We, The People are in charge of this country and we will CORRECT any problems we have.
    It may take time, but our job as citizens of this great nation is never done.......NEVER underestimate what Americans can do with a populist movement.
    Best answer: No....I hardly think so.
    I still believe that We, The People are in charge of this country and we will CORRECT any problems we have.
    It may take time, but our job as citizens of this great nation is never done.......NEVER underestimate what Americans can do with a populist movement.
    19 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are atheists willing to worship Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?

    Our fine four-fendered friend.
    Our fine four-fendered friend.
    10 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Which is more believable.... Ghost or aliens?

    I believe in both the same. However I never used to believe in ghosts, until I came face to face with one.
    I believe in both the same. However I never used to believe in ghosts, until I came face to face with one.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Would it be possible for a santa to actually be real?

    Best answer: As far as I'm aware a real life santa has no physical interaction that we are conscious of with this reality. :D It is possible that in some unconscious reality within the quantum field, the multidimensional many worlds universe that santa clause exists. It may be possible to contact him... show more
    Best answer: As far as I'm aware a real life santa has no physical interaction that we are conscious of with this reality. :D

    It is possible that in some unconscious reality within the quantum field, the multidimensional many worlds universe that santa clause exists. It may be possible to contact him interdimensionally... or is it cross dimensionally?

    In my experience beings from other dimensions can't stay long unless inhabiting a body, a portal being. I was a portal once, I've shifted to other realities but the shift didn't last because I wasn't synchronized to those potential wave forms of reality. So I shifted out of that reality. I'm not sure how portal beings keep their awareness in an alternate reality as an observer. It took me years of causality, linear causality before I noticed synchronicity in my life ever presently, before I learned that we consciously shift realities within plank time and the reality of synchronicity.

    Matter phase waves shift in and out of space time synchronization....Things go to light, like they aren't solid you can see through them, they vibrate in a way where they look like light and there's a transparency, a light or a fog.... that's during my time travel shifts. Not always but once. I saw it happening to my closet door which was/ wasn't there because the particles in everything are always in motion, never in one place. So they aren't ever there, just more likely to be there than not to be there. :D So I was shifting different states of space/ time, reality or dimensions if you would. Space + time= dimension or relativity....

    But as Jung wanted to accomplish you have to mind synchronicity that's what creates the unconscious network of matter/ consciousness and reality within a "dimension".


    But, I've yet to meet Santa Clause. The same exists for other fairies that people conjure up from other dimensions through portals.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • I'm a Christian and I feel lost and empty?plz if you're going to say bad things about believing in God don't comment?

    I feel like I wasted my time and God's time here on earth. Week after week I sin so much. I have a weakness, and my weakness eats me up every single day. I fail God every day. I failed him so much that I started to hate myself. When I look in the mirror, and I see my face looking back at me I see the person... show more
    I feel like I wasted my time and God's time here on earth. Week after week I sin so much. I have a weakness, and my weakness eats me up every single day. I fail God every day. I failed him so much that I started to hate myself. When I look in the mirror, and I see my face looking back at me I see the person that has hurt me more than any other thing in the world. I did some stupid stuff in my younger days and it literally hunts me day and night. I feel I'm like failure to god, that I had to many chances to do the right thing but in the end I choose the wrong.
    19 answers · 3 days ago
  • Jesus isn't the god?

    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • The NT was written in Greek?

    is it just a made up jewish version of the Dionysus story? Zeus is Yahweh. Semele is Mary. Dionysus is Jesus. Omophagia is the Holy Communion. The Gates of Hades is 'Hell'.
    is it just a made up jewish version of the Dionysus story? Zeus is Yahweh. Semele is Mary. Dionysus is Jesus. Omophagia is the Holy Communion. The Gates of Hades is 'Hell'.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • An owl hooting outside your loved one's window.?

    An omen of death? What's your take?
    An omen of death? What's your take?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you agree with the theory that the existence of dragons could be mistaken for dinosaurs?

    I don't believe that, because humans not even pre-modern humans existed with dinosaurs. So the notion that dragons could really just be dinosaurs is highly unlikely.
    I don't believe that, because humans not even pre-modern humans existed with dinosaurs. So the notion that dragons could really just be dinosaurs is highly unlikely.
    6 answers · 16 hours ago
  • For those who do not repent, the consequences are severe?

    If God had any trouble finding The New Sodom and Gomorrah then it is becoming clearer every day. It is America. An America saturated with homosexuality and "diversity" aimed against the hand of the white man. He's burning out California to warn the rest of us. But, as in the days of Noah, we are... show more
    If God had any trouble finding The New Sodom and Gomorrah then it is becoming clearer every day. It is America. An America saturated with homosexuality and "diversity" aimed against the hand of the white man. He's burning out California to warn the rest of us. But, as in the days of Noah, we are going on about our lives and ignoring Him - until the plagues hit each of us. Degeneracy does not go unpunished.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do Atheists have a higher IQ than religious people?
  • What would Christians say to atheists if say?

    Best answer: They wouldn't know what to say.

    They haven't read the NT, so they have no idea whether that's right or not.
    Best answer: They wouldn't know what to say.

    They haven't read the NT, so they have no idea whether that's right or not.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why are opposed to making america great again?

    Best answer: President Trump may not be a big reader, but he’s been a boon for sales of dystopian literature. Amid our thirst for adult coloring books and stories about missing girls and reincarnated puppies, some grim old classics are speaking to us with new urgency. Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451 ,” Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New... show more
    Best answer: President Trump may not be a big reader, but he’s been a boon for sales of dystopian literature. Amid our thirst for adult coloring books and stories about missing girls and reincarnated puppies, some grim old classics are speaking to us with new urgency. Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451 ,” Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World ” and Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale ” have all risen up the latest paperback bestseller list.

    But by far the greatest beneficiary of our newly piqued national anxiety is George Orwell’s “1984.”
    "1984," by George Orwell (Signet)

    Soon after senior adviser Kellyanne Conway said on Sunday that the administration was issuing “alternative facts,” Orwell’s classic novel spiked to No. 1 on Amazon. Like officials from the Ministry of Truth, Conway and White House press secretary Sean Spicer doubled down on Trump’s fanciful contention that his inauguration drew the “largest audience ever,” despite a Web-full of photographic evidence to the contrary. The Twittersphere responded with allusions to “1984,” and Penguin announced plans for a special 75,000-copy reprint , noting that since the inauguration, sales for the novel have increased by 9,500 percent.
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • If a genie popped out of a bottle and offered to grant me wishes, I would wish for...?

    Best answer: Peace, health for me and love ones, happiness
    Best answer: Peace, health for me and love ones, happiness
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are the Democratic and Republican Party collapsing from their own corruption?

    Best answer: I doubt they will collapse completely, but who knows? Anyway, I guess that the nation is facing a crisis with regard to corruption. I'm a bit concerned, at this point, that the current corruption will just be replaced with another. For instance, it's hard for a rape victim to get justice, because it is... show more
    Best answer: I doubt they will collapse completely, but who knows? Anyway, I guess that the nation is facing a crisis with regard to corruption. I'm a bit concerned, at this point, that the current corruption will just be replaced with another.
    For instance, it's hard for a rape victim to get justice, because it is hard to prove. On the other hand, it's hard for a person accused of rape to get justice too, because people tend to believe he is guilty just because he is accused.
    You and I both know that people can be falsely accused; and also that a rightly accused person may get away with the crime.
    So I'm not seeing an improvement, yet, in the department of sexual assault. Yes, some offenders are being caught. But how many will serve time? And then, non-offenders are being falsely accused, and their lives messed up as much as a rape victim's life.
    Of course sex isn't the only crime being discovered; lots of fraud, swindling, and even murder. I don't see a lot of progress in that department either. But it may happen.
    I hope so.
    8 answers · 3 days ago