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Annie Laurie Gaylor

  • Our cemeteries are full of people who prayed to live.

    • Annie Laurie Gaylor,
    • in Freethought Today ()
  • 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.'

    • Annie Laurie Gaylor,
    • Women Without Superstition "No Gods--No Masters": The Collected Writings of Women Freethinkers of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries ()
  • 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

Annie Laurie Gaylor, U.S. activist, writer, co-founder of Freedom From Religion Foundation

(1955)