Thursday, 18 June 2009

How Do Atheists Scream During Wild and Passionate Sex?

Some people love to scream aloud during sex, especially if the shift-working neighbour behind the paper thin walls desperately needs to sleep. Some people like South Australian couple Jessica Angel and Colin Mackenzie are even ordered by law courts to keep the volume down on their sex acts. 

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  • Do "screamers" belong to certain "types"? 
  • Do shy people scream more or less? 
  • Are religious people ashamed after they have "accidentally" screamed the name of their "Lord" in semi-lethal decibels? 

What about the atheists? 

Do fastidious and uncompromising atheists scream during passionate sex?

“Ah! Unfathomable void!”
“Ahhh! Bottomless pit! I’m coming”

Do they yell “Oh Darwin” if they haven’t come out of the ‘religious’ closet and can’t control the primal urge to deify?

Or do they satisfy the vocalizing urge with “Oh My ..Natural Selection. That was great!

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Not all religious people have hang-ups about sex. Saint Augustine, one of the most influential figures of Christianity, with lots and lots of experience of screaming lust, was honest in his prayers to God. 'Grant me chastity and continence, only not yet.”

Sex and Religion

Strange bed fellows - Sex and religion are more tightly knit than people would care to admit. This is easily discovered by the number of "Thou shalt not's" present in most religions, especially the monotheistic religions. The Tantra traditions in Hinduism and Buddhism are among the most liberal in integration of sex and the erotic principle in matters of spirit. Native "ethnic" religions and animistic religions have a similar leaning.

If we look at all of known and recorded human history, we see that peoples, cultures and religions are always a tight fit. When you bring in a religion from outside and ‘convert’ a people, the religion also adapts by adopting indigenous worldview, aspects of culture and facets of the collective experience of the people into it. Any religion, which totally disregards what the people are used to, usually doesn’t succeed as Akhenaton, the eighteenth dynasty pharaoh of ancient Egypt (1353 BC – 1336 BC) learnt.

Gods and Goddesses of Sex and Lust

The ancient religions are full of deities dedicated to lust and love. 

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  • Ashtarte in Canaanite mythology, who is the goddess of sexual love fertility and warfare. 
  • Bes in ancient Egypt was the god of sexual pleasure, music and dance. 
  • Aphrodite in Greek mythology was the goddess of lust, love and beauty.
  • Pothos is the Greek god of sexual longing, desire and yearning
  • Himeros is the Greek god of sexual desire
  • Qandisa in Moroccan mythology is a goddess of lust who first seduces men and then drives them insane
  • Tu Er Shen is a Chinese god dedicated to the love and sexual attraction between gay men

Black Jesus and White Saints

A very curious custom can be seen in the fringe areas of Christianity where colours of the 'deities' have political significance. In many churches and cathedrals in South America and Africa, where white Europeans brought Christianity, Jesus is often black, but most of the saints were white.

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Is this just an oversight or was there a covert message? “Well, you can satisfy your deifying urge by looking at a black Jesus, but don’t even think of ever becoming a Saint! Sainthood is reserved for whites only. You get the point? It is divine will that we, whites rule over you!”

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Religion can have political, commercial and domination agendas, possibly more than any other sphere of human activity. Often religion gets corrupted and becomes a mechanism to satisfy ego trips rather than bring salvation, happiness and liberation to people as countless cults have shown to do.

Very often, especially within the Christian tradition, God is portrayed as a bearded male figure. With one notable exception, Islam, where idolatry of images is forbidden, many religions and religious art have often portrayed God, a chief deity or the supreme deity as an older bearded male among non-bearded male deities or female deities. I am not so sure if there are bearded female deities, though.

Should God always be seen as Male? In Monotheism it is the rule, no exceptions. More in this article.

p.s. Apologies to people who enjoy their sex silently.

Here's a delightful cartoon of an Atheist and a Deist having wild and passionate sex.

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puresunshine said...

loved the post. i didnt know abt the black Jesus. cool!

kupila said...

cool post. There is alwayws politics and business behind religion.

goddess said...

very cool. Wonder if we ever had a female God with a beard.

Liz D said...


Yes. just check out some images from the Hindu religion.

I wouldn't say many religions portray God as a bearded male. Christianity/Catholocism is pretty much the only religion that does that. Judaism, like Islam, has no images of God. Buddhism has no God, and Hinduism, as I said, has bearded ladies and millions of other dieties in many shapes & forms.

Unless you count the ancient Egyptian religion, where they had a couple bearded men as gods. Or, heck, pick out a few of the ancient mesopotamian religions, they probably had a couple of bearded guys. But as for modern religions, christianity is pretty much it- unless I missed one.

You just think it's everywhere because you unintentionally think the West is everywhere. We white folk are a minority in the world.

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Johnny Ong said...

never really thot of that for the atheists but a good one anyway

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