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Annie Laurie Gaylor
“Our cemeteries are full of people who prayed to live.”
“The word 'religion' takes on a sinister cast when one examines its root, religare, meaning 'to bind,' which in turn means 'to hold, to make prisoner, to restrain.'”
“I dream of that day, when all children born are welcome, all men and women are equal, and sexuality is an expression of intimacy, pleasure, and tenderness.”
Annie Laurie Gaylor, U.S. activist, writer, co-founder of Freedom From Religion Foundation