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By Sam Smith
Article | Updated Feb 16, 2015 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Martha Nesbitt
Lilly Lee, is condemned and censored by those in the religious community for her choice of literature. She is steadfast in her defense of what she says are moral lessons hidden in every romance novel
A woman is giving birth under extraordinary circumstances. A little story that explores the social forces that led up to it.
Short Story | Updated Jan 15, 2015 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A brief essay on man and how we as a society have veered from the path our forefather's had planned for us when they laid out the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. I go into detail just how big our National debt is and the unspoken unfunded liabilities. I also discuss the Federal...
This explains the duality of my spirit, do I praise my lord and savior, or do I express my emotions through writing, in the end can't I have both?
Maya, a young girl living in a world where being a human isn't allowed, survives off of what she finds and scavenges, completely unaware of what's going on outside her forest.
Not one of my best works, but true to me all the same
Poetry | Updated Jul 20, 2014 | Reads: 41 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
The prologue of two Jigoku Shoujo episodes, entitled "Insult to Injury" and "Mother and Father", which I wrote.
By Star Lord
Declan Macrae and Selena Elsom are two people caught on opposite sides of a war raging within their city. They've grown up in two different worlds and now they are both faced with the same questions of morals. Heroism, duty, family, morality-- a choice must be made and it will determine the fate...
Novel | Updated Jun 25, 2014 | Reads: 49 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 12
By Anthony Mb
My personal quotes. (Mild profanity)
Miscellaneous | Updated Apr 30, 2014 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
'An emotionally-disconnected scientist exploits the world's pragmatism to his advantage by using moral means to get to immoral ends.' (Psychological Horror)
A trendy concept today is 'Cultural Relativism' where all traditionsn of a culture should be 'respected' (no matter how much harm they do) and where any criticism is 'being insensitive. I'm challenging this idea, and arguing that this kind of thinking is not just woolly-headed, but dangerous too.
It's exactly what the title says.