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sabato 5 febbraio 2011

PORNO BIBBIA

Materiale pornografico in cambio della Bibbia o di un altro testo religioso. Questa la provocatoria campagna di alcuni studenti dell'Università del Texas diretta a chi ha compiuto il 18esimo anno di età. Secondo 'Agenda Atea', movimento promotore dell'iniziativa, i testi religiosi sono considerati sullo stesso piano di quelli pornografici. Il dirigente dell'Università texana, David Gabler, ha affermato che "Nella misura in cui gli studenti non violeranno la legge e la Costituzione, potranno esercitare il loro diritto alla libertà di assemblea e di espressione". L'ateneo texano non sembra essere un caso isolato. La campagna si sta diffondendo in altre università degli Stati Uniti.



Porn for Bibles: A student atheist group, the Atheist Agenda, located at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), is once again engaged in their annual "Smut for Smut" campaign, in which they offer pornography in exchange for Bibles, or other so called "holy" texts.

Members of Atheist Agenda are quick to point out that the Bible and other religious texts are just as obscene as any pornography. According to the group, the Bible contains all sorts of misogyny, violence, torture and questionable sexual practices. Indeed, the Bible, the Koran and other religious texts are often filled with the most disgusting, degrading of images: genocide, infanticide, incest and the sexual abuse of children.
Previously the “Smut for Smut” campaign required police protection from angry Christians attempting to tear down signs and intimidate the atheists. Yet despite complaints, University officials say the atheist group has the right to conduct the swap.
UTSA spokesman David Gabler says, "As long as students are not violating laws or violating the Constitution, they have the freedom of speech and assembly."
The Atheist Agenda is an organization founded in 2005 by a group of atheist and agnostic students and teachers from the The University of Texas at San Antonio. The group is dedicated to the philosophy of free thought, as well as promoting aggressive activism against theology and theological institutions, encouraging non-believers to take pride in their history and community, and providing to them the same fellowship that those of a religious background share. 


The Atheist Agenda frequently holds meetings open to all who wish to learn, and is known for staging demonstrations (most notably the "Smut for Smut" campaign). Since its creation, the Atheist Agenda has grown from a small gathering of students to a group of hundreds, with members at The University of Texas at Austin and University of Houston in addition to those at UTSA.

 

Texas atheists trade porn for Bibles February 2nd, 2011

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