Ephren Taylor (The con pastor)
Christianity appears to me to be the most absurd imposture of all the religions, and I’m puzzled that so many people can’t see through a religion that encourages irresponsibility and bigotry. These criminal pastors spread fear to people who’re weak and “brain dead” and make money out of them. Continue reading
Ms Riddick, now 59, suffered decades of depression and illness
More than 60,000 Americans were sterilized, many against their will, as part of a eugenics movement that finished in 1979, aimed at keeping the poor and mentally ill from having children. Now, decades on, one state is considering compensation.
In 1968, Elaine Riddick was raped by a neighbour who threatened to kill her if she told what happened. Continue reading
Most inspiring literature I have heard in my whole life. There is NO ONE COMING you dumb black christians. You’re disgrace to our race! Get the fuck out of this idiotic religion you call it christianity. Especially the ignorant black women Continue reading
Like a lot of African-Americans, I was born into the Christian Game via a Missionary Baptist Church that was a part of the Southern and National Baptist State Conventions among other local conference groups and for 19 years of my life, I was “saved” (which in actuality is “slaved”). Continue reading
For people with osteoarthritis of the hip, pain levels tracked with the weather over the course of a small two-year study, Dutch researchers say.
They looked at reported pain levels in a previous study of arthritis, then went back to weather records to document the conditions each day. Continue reading
Thelma “Butterfly” McQueen in Affectionately Yours (1941)
Thelma “Butterfly” McQueen (January 7, 1911 – December 22, 1995) was an American actress. Originally a dancer, McQueen first appeared as Prissy, Scarlett O’Hara’s maid in the 1939 film Gone with the Wind. She continued as an actress in film in the 1940s, then moving to television acting in the 1950s. Continue reading
Mary Toft (1701–1763), also spelled Tofts, was an English woman from Godalming, Surrey, who in 1726 became the subject of considerable controversy when she tricked doctors into believing that she had given birth to rabbits. Continue reading