What lasts in the reader's mind is not the phrase but the effect the phrase created: laughter, tears, pain, joy. If the phrase is not affecting the reader, what's it doing there? Make it do its job or cut it without mercy or remorse. -Isaac Asimov
Outside Her House, 2009. David Salle (b1954) is an American painter, printmaker, and stage designer who helped define postmodern sensibility by combining figuration with a varied pictorial language of multi-imagery. His paintings and prints comprise what appear to be randomly juxtaposed images, or images placed on top of one other with deliberately ham-fisted techniques.
Atheism, Religion, Islam, Christianity, Westboro Baptist Church, Buddhism, God is Imaginary, Death, Murder, Religion Harms, Homosexuality, LGBTQIA, Bigotry, Homophobia, Civil Rights, Equal Rights, Gay Rights, Separation of Church and States, Religious Freedom, Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion, Forcing Religion on Others. ...You just described every religion in the history of the world. You essentially just said that any and all religious people should be monitored... closely.