Last year, atheists at the University of Texas instituted a program entitled the “Smut for Smut campaign,” in which Bibles and religious paraphernalia were exchanged for pornographic materials. They asserted that pornography was no worse than the “smut” found in religious texts. Apparently the campaign was so successful that the same group elected to reinstitute the program this year.
As FOX Network puts the finishing touches on its advertisement lineup for the February 6th Super Bowl — arguably as popular a part of the evening as the game itself — one thing is certain: just about any thing will be permissible in the way of sex, sleaze, and crude humor. Apparently, however, one type of ad will not be permitted: those promoting positive values and faith in God.
Two lesbian high school students walked hand-in-hand together as part of a royalty court on Monday to the cheers of hundreds of fellow students. Donned in matching black suits and pink ties, Sarah Lindstom and Desiree Shelton entered the Snow Days Pep Fest at Champlin Park High School in Minnesota after the school was threatened with a lawsuit for nearly banning the couple from doing so.