IntroductionThis page is for investigation into the idea that some forms of religion do so much net harm that they are worth fighting against in some way, where such fighting is not necessarily of a physical or legal nature; it could be as mild as educational or advertising campaigns (meme warfare) designed to expose the damage done by the religion in question, the flaws in its doctrine, and so on.
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- 2008-06-05 [Talk|Index] AT/P Christian couple sentenced to 22 years after guilty plea in son's starvation death § “Dennis was treated like a criminal – he was locked in his room; he was monitored when he had to use the bathroom. ... He never wore clothes except for Sundays and holidays," said one of Dennis' sisters, whose identity was being withheld at prosecutors' request. "When he was adopted, Dennis had no scars or bruises, but they multiplied." She recounted an incident when Dennis was punished by being made to walk up and down stairs until he passed out and fell back down them.”
- 2007-09-14 Child bride describes traumatic marriage to Warren Jeffs, leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, a polygamous breakaway sect of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- 2002-12-16 Ending Biblical Brainwash "For better mental and cultural health, it's time we classified religious fundamentalism as a psychological disorder": makes some good points, but proposed solutions seem risky and simplistic
- Fundies Say the Darndest Things
- Quotes From the Religious Right (mostly from Pat Robertson but including a few others such as Ralph Reed) (see also religious right)