Sachiko’s Sexy Bible Readings!

With the International Atheist Convention starting in Melbourne, Australia today (March 12), I felt I had to do something to mark the occasion, seeing as unfortunately I am unable to attend myself. So it seemed like an appropriate occasion to launch a new venture we’ve been planning for some time now: Sachiko’s sexy Bible readings! It does seem that when a lot of people first see me (or at least conservative types), they immediately think “when it comes to brains, she’s got great tits”, simply because I have big tits, and I am a nude model. So I thought it might be fun to really play up to this stereotype, and channel my inner bimbo, as I figured this would be a very funny and effective way to show up the absurdity of a lot of what is written in the Bible, as well as some of the utterly ludicrous contortions of logic people use to defend religious belief. I have to say: it’s really fun to play dumb! :-)

If you can’t view YouTube videos in your country, we also have a locally hosted version, as well as a super high quality version for my web site members.

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Nice work, Sachiko. Genesis 19 is a great example of the completely absurd nature of this book.

  
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The video on the absurdity of the bible is really effective, and the cute-girl act is hilarious.
I have always thought that the bible was an absurd volume, and that people still use it as a truthful account of the history of Man is a joke.

I have never believed in it… the fact that I believe in Darwin’s theory and that I find things like the Flood and so on to be rather silly means I can never accept it.
I don’t believe in God and never will.

Oh, and in the video you look great… love the ‘dress’ and the hair-style… nice look for you (^_^)

All the best

Iain

  
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LOL, funny as a fuck in a phone booth Sachiko.

  
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You do know that you are doing the same thing that religious people has been doing to the none-belivers. Making fun of others belief only shows immaturity. That video was a bit pointless and will make alot of people take Atheism not seriously

  
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Sachiko, I read this today, and thought that you might like the book.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/benyamin-cohen/6-questions-for-an-atheis_b_489144.html

I used to be a Christian, and I used to believe, although as a Catholic we always had the Church to “interpret” what is really meant, so we rarely accepted the Bible as the literal truth that Evangelicals do.

But then I decided that if I was going to believe I should believe completely. And if I could not believe completely, then I could not believe at all. So I stopped being a Christian, and so far my life has not turned to shit, and I have not become a Satan worshipping, axe murdering rapist. Probably because there is no Satan either.

I enjoy your blog, and although you do have a great mind (I also disagree with you sometimes), I do think you have great tits!

Thanks!

  
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You forgot the second part of the story. Lot’s virgin daughters get their father so drunk that he passes out, then they rape him in his sleep so that they can carry his babies (who are also his grandchildren). I guess the daughters got their revenge after all.

  
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@atheboy – So making jokes shows ‘immaturity’ does it? Or is it only jokes about religion that are ‘immature’?
The problem with the religions is that they are too ‘precious’ and sensitive to any criticism, whether humourous or not.

  
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Originally Posted By Patrick@atheboy – So making jokes shows ‘immaturity’ does it? Or is it only jokes about religion that are ‘immature’?
The problem with the religions is that they are too ‘precious’ and sensitive to any criticism, whether humourous or not.

what’s your point? That doesn’t mean they should be made fun at

  
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@atheboy – His point is that there is a really huge double standard regarding what we can say about religion relative to anything else in life. Quite frankly, I was originally going to do a straight reading and critique of this stuff, but it’s just so utterly absurd, that I felt comedy was the only way I could approach it in practice. It’s just totally unbelievable that people actually take this stuff literally!

@The Science Pundit – I didn’t forget about that part at all; indeed, we have something very special planned for that particular story – stay tuned! And welcome to my blog, along with all the other new contributors here – it seems this post has brought out a few new people. Thanks for your comments!

  
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As I always say the best way to turn a religious person into an atheist is to have them actually read the bible. It’s been a year since your last vid. You look better than ever. I think a “Members Only” version would definitely help my understanding ;-)

  
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In the end, all organized religion is an abomination against humanity. Created by weak men to control human mating. I don’t know a single religious person who is a truly strong individual (outside and in) and every time I see a Christian evangelist telling me I’m a sinner I just wanna punch his lights out. As for Islam…. well. What is the reason why no one wants to go to an Islamic country (‘cos they don’t…. just look at patterns of human migration). The answers are clear. There is no way a human can fully express himself in such a climate. In the end those places will become weaker and weaker. They are breeding weakness into their society. Rant over. Well done Sachiko

  
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Sorry Sachiko, but I’m just not that impressed. I see your point but the video didn’t really deliver for me.

Better luck next time,

Robert

  
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People are entitled to believe what they want to, but I don’t agree with it being rammed down your throat.

I actually had a debate in our office over tea about belief the other day.
It was about the Loch Ness monster (nop sniggering! it’s valid)
I davout catholic workmate told me that she doesn’t believe in mythical creatures, so I countered with a comment along the lines of how can she believe in an all-powerful superbeing that creats planets, but not in a creature living in a lake?
She believes in angels and an evil superbeing, holy ghosts and a planet being created and fit for purpose in 7 days. And she thinks the idea of an animal of indeterminate size and shape is far fetched…

I know you shouldn’t mock others’ beliefs but when they cause intelligent people to denounce reality in favour of what a book says it’s all rather scary.

  
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I agree Iain, and Sachiko still has great TITS!!!XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  
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you know what you should read next. the Qu’ ran.

  
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I do find it immature to imply religious people are stupid and bimbos. I personally know MIT and Harvard Medical School professors, people who got perfect scores on their SAT’s and GRE’s, engineers, scientists etc. who believe in God. And trust me, they didn’t get there because of their looks. Based on my experiences, one’s belief in what happens after death has no bearing on his or her intellect. Someone arguing otherwise is probably overcompensating for something.

  
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Originally Posted By Engineer
I do find it immature to imply religious people are stupid and bimbos.

I think it is very clear that this is not what my video is suggesting at all. But a lot of what is in the Bible is absolutely ridiculous, and for anyone in this day and age to take it literally is utterly absurd.

Originally Posted By Jimbo
It’s been a year since your last vid. You look better than ever. I think a “Members Only” version would definitely help my understanding ;-)

Thanks Jimbo! Keep an eye out for your request soon. :-)

  
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I quite gree with you, Sachiko. Many verses in the bible are quite shocking. One of my personal crazy verses is from the second book of Kings ‘Miracles of Elsiha’ 2 verses 23 and 24 (2 kings 2, 23/24).
However there are also many great works of writing from Proverbs and Psalms which make great sense.
I look upon the Bible as a huge collection of short stories handed down like the kids game of ‘chinese whispers’. Some are fiction and some non-fiction. It is almost impossible to tell the difference sometimes. The scary part is that millions of people do not care the difference, EVERYTHING is treated as THE TRUTH.
I cannot accept the ‘black and whitness’ of the Bible; all or nothing.
I am agnostic.

  
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Heh. Awesome.

I wish I could afford to attend the convention, but Melbourne is kinda far away from Chicago. :)

  
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My religious education (unfortunately) was never like this.

When I was in school I had to go to Catholic classes because I attended public school. What I learned was that the Bible can be alright (sometimes, as long as you keep to the reports of Jesus’s life) but what is the problem are the living people who come with the package. The nuns told us for instance that looking at the naked form was equivalent to committing adultery. When I was eight I caught sight of a topless women in a magazine and thought I was going to burn in hell for eternity.

I am safe to say an agnostic now but this has the be the best ‘religious’ lesson ever. Keep up the effort Sachiko!

  
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Originally Posted By Tomato
When I was eight I caught sight of a topless women in a magazine and thought I was going to burn in hell for eternity.

I think this is one of the huge hidden problems with religion – the emotional scarring on children from the fear of hell. Of course, conservatives will say this aids in discipline (and that may well be true as far as it goes), but surely there are better ways of teaching children the right and wrong thing to do.

Anyway, thanks for your comments and compliments Tomato, and welcome to my blog! And once again, welcome to all the other new contributors here too – I hope to see more of you in the future!

  
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Originally Posted By uncontrollableman
In the end, all organized religion is an abomination against humanity. Created by weak men to control human mating.

Sorry for not responding to your comment earlier uncontrollableman (the response to this video has been so overwhelming that I’ve lost track a bit), but I think you’re spot on with this – clearly sexual suppression for the purposes of controlling the population is a key agenda of organised religion.

  
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The 3 big sticks, blame, guilt and fear.

  
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i think you should do one mocking the Koran – courage of your convictions and all that

  
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@iman – There are two reasons I won’t be doing this:

1) I simply do not know the Koran well enough at all.

2) I wouldn’t achieve anything anyway, as Muslim nations aren’t my audience, and they just wouldn’t get what I’m doing in any case. My time is limited, so I have to focus where I can make an impact.

  
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One of the old testament stories that is always a problem to me. Great deleivery. You reminded me of when an old girl friend used to do that (usually to aggrevate me, because she knew I didn’t like it). Anyhow, thanks.

  
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The only sin I know is to waste the life we have. I believe we should embrace all the senses, live each day as it is your last, treat everyone fairly and be fearless in love.
If you pour every ounce of energy into living right now you won’t be looking for someone that will tell you there is a much “better” next life.

  
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Originally Posted By d8nVN
If you pour every ounce of energy into living right now you won’t be looking for someone that will tell you there is a much “better” next life.

That’s a great comment d8nVN! I couldn’t agree more.

@Curt Russell – Thanks – you are very welcome. :-)

  
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I dont want to accuse you of ripping off Richard Dawkins
but there is some kind of similarity here.
I know its funny that this is the book some of us swear on when in court.
The old testament god is so different from the new testament one.
Anyway you are in a no win position here,as you cant criticize one book and not the others.You can ofcourse just attracts certain crazies.Puts you in a difficult position.
Goodluck you are always engaging and stimulating

  
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RE; iman So Sachiko you know the Bible so well but not the Koran at all. May be you could open your eyes and see what book is causing the most destruction in the world. You are so brave to make fun of those people who believe in love and good will to all. What a great impact you are making.

  
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Originally Posted By robert
RE; iman So Sachiko you know the Bible so well but not the Koran at all. May be you could open your eyes and see what book is causing the most destruction in the world. You are so brave to make fun of those people who believe in love and good will to all. What a great impact you are making.

Well you obviously have no idea what’s really in the Bible then, as it is actually full of evil, as my videos will show. This is an example of why I have to do these videos, as ignorant people like you think it’s full of “love and good will to all”, when you’ve obviously never actually read what’s in it.

I think most people in the west know and agree that the Koran has a lot of bad stuff in it as well, so what would I achieve by pointing it out? What people like you need to learn is that your so-called “good book” and “all-loving God” are actually anything but. It is you who needs to open your eyes.

  
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I remember reading Revelations out of curiosity… you know, end of the world, etc… It was worse than a Clive Barker book – full of evil sheep, angels laying waste to the world, etc…

This is a book about love?

Where is the love in telling a man to sacrifice his son to show his loyalty to god? Where is the love in flooding the world to save one bloke and a bunch of animals?
Where is the love in the Four Horsemen, riding out to wipe out all life on the planet?
Love and peace?

I know the book brings comfort to those who believe, but please don’t ram it down our throat… to me it is no more real than the ancient Greek and Roman texts. Why is the one god more real than Zeus or Jupiter, Thor or Buddha?

Who is to say in 100 years we won’t all be followers of a goat called Kevin?

  
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I believe the problem with religious texts isn’t the texts themselves but how they are interpreted. As usual, the devil (figuratively speaking, of course!) is in the details.

As one who views all religious texts as metaphor, the story of Lot (at least for me) is no different. It’s also subject to interpretation. Were the Sodomites demanding homosexual sex with the angels, or did the word “know” mean something else? There are two schools of thought about this story; one interprets “know” as homosexuality while another interprets “know” as interrogation. For most of history, this story was used as a metaphor for the lack of hospitality, just about the worst “sin” of that time. More recently, it’s been given a sexual connotation. Regardless of which meaning you assign in your own mind, the story is certainly not literal. The same can be said about Lot’s daughters, who in some interpretations were offered as virgin brides. That’s a big difference in interpretation!

The author Karen Armstrong believes that the rise of fundamentalism in Christianity also gave rise to atheism as a counterbalance to fundamentalism. After all, if you don’t take this stuff literally there is nothing much to refute scientifically or logically. She might be putting it a little too simplistically, but in general I agree with her. Actions tend to create reactions and in a way, the natural response to fundamentalism is atheism. Taking these stories literally simply goes against all reason and also against basic morality.

So in defense of Sachiko, her reading is one that most if not all fundamentalists believe and her criticism is valid (in my mind) as it pertains to that interpretation.

  
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Originally Posted By iain
I remember reading Revelations out of curiosity… you know, end of the world, etc… It was worse than a Clive Barker book – full of evil sheep, angels laying waste to the world, etc…

I will be getting to that one eventually – I think it is easily the single worst religious text of them all.

Originally Posted By Swamp Rat
So in defense of Sachiko, her reading is one that most if not all fundamentalists believe and her criticism is valid (in my mind) as it pertains to that interpretation.

Yeah, that’s the point – if you’re a Biblical literalist, you stand or fall by what the Bible literally says.

  
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In the end it’s a question of faith. If you have faith in your religion, that is your own, and no one should have a right to dispute that. I’ve always believed that actions speak louder than words, and in fact they do. So, in the end, it really doensn’t matter what book you are reading or what God you believe in (or not).

I think everyone here should think about what good they have done over the last week (according to their own definitions), write it down, and strive to be better. We should improve ourselves before we criticize others. I’ll start now.

  
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Originally Posted By Mike
In the end it’s a question of faith. If you have faith in your religion, that is your own, and no one should have a right to dispute that.

I’m sorry, but I cannot agree with that, as faith is itself a very dangerous thing: it breeds ignorance and paranoia which leads people to do all sorts of stupid, harmful things, to themselves and others.

  
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Originally Posted By Mike
In the end it’s a question of faith. If you have faith in your religion, that is your own, and no one should have a right to dispute that.

The notion that religious belief can’t or shouldn’t be disputed by others is a common theme among most religions. The obvious question is “Why not?” If I believe that there are 52 states in the United States everyone feels free to dispute it but if I believe that the earth is 6000 years old or that evolution didn’t occur because of my religious beliefs then it’s undisputable?

  
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@Sachiko – Faith seems to mean belief without evidence. I am also concerned with any commitment that must embraced, blindly, to follow.

  
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Very strange video first time,
but you have very sexy boobs by the way.
I like it.

  
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what is right and what is wrong? we the people decide, we as humans make up right and wrong. If you say lot was wrong, then to you he is wrong. peter felt he was right. was Japan right when they killed the chinese? Are the the men in Japan right When they poke little boys up their ass? when pearl harbor was bombed was that right? when the Abomb was dropped on Japan was that Right? IN my humble Opinion I think all of the above is worst the Lot offering his two girls. By read the story farther and you will see that the angels did take care of the matter.

  
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Originally Posted By gary Spencer
By read the story farther and you will see that the angels did take care of the matter.

Christians keep saying this, but it makes absolutely no difference to the immorality of Lot’s actions.

@Mari – Thanks. :-)

  
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Bravo Sachiko! This could be a very profitable career for you and a great way of opening up the many closed minds out there. Sex does indeed sell.

“Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful” – Lucius Annaeus Seneca. My favorite quote on religion.

Oh yeah, happy belated “Zombie Jesus Day”!
;-)

  
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Thanks again Joe! LOL@ Zombie Jesus Day – that’s the best description of Easter I’ve ever heard! :-D

  
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@Sachiko – You are welcome my friend. I am glad that you enjoyed it. I am also glad to connect back with the first atheist the I ever met way back on the Scan Lover Forum. The atheist community has really grown since that time we met. Viva la Revolucion! :o

  
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I am an agnostic, but I am not the least bit impressed. There is nothing “cutting edge” about preaching to the choir.

If you really want to make waves, try doing this with the Koran. After all, you go on and on about how religion breeds ignorance…why not go for the gold? If you refrain from doing so for fear of your life, then why pick on the religion that will not fight back?

Let’s put this in perspective: If you offend fundamentalist Muslims, they usually plot your assasination. If you offend fundamentalist Christians, they usually pray for you. Sometimes they will bore you to death… but that is not even manslaughter.

I am a secular humanist, but I am very grateful to live in a society where people can engage in idealogical warfare without coming to blows.

Do you what to hear something really paradoxical? Christian society is a safer place for atheism than Secular Humanist society (Toqueville suggested this more than a century ago). If you do not believe me, just look at what is happening to Western Europe.

  
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Boy oh boy, I am really getting sick to death of Christian apologists telling me to do the Koran. If you’d bothered to actually read my responses to your suggestion above, you’d already know that:

1) Doing the Koran actually would be preaching to the choir, as my audience is pretty much entirely non-Muslim, and pretty much all non-Muslims already believe that the Koran is evil in any case.

2) Even if Muslims did tune in, the majority of them just aren’t ready for something like this, so I won’t achieve anything anyway. My time is limited, so I have to focus where I can make an impact.

3) Conversely, the majority of westerners (who constitute the vast majority of my audience) believe that what is in the Bible is good, because they haven’t actually read it. So I am reading it to them.

4) I just don’t know the Koran well enough to do it justice.

I do not believe I am just preaching to the choir: I have already convinced a few people who weren’t atheists before, and I’m sure there will be more to come.

Also, let’s take the example of the abuse of children by Catholic priests. There’s almost certainly a lot of child abuse in Muslim countries too, but does that mean we should just let Catholic priests get away with it? Of course it doesn’t, and the Bible shouldn’t be allowed to get away with all of its evils and absurdities simply because there happens to be one other book that just might be a little worse.

Plus I’m not at all convinced the Koran really is worse than the Bible anyway: the Bible contains the bloodiest, most violent and most absurd book in all of religion (Revelations), and a lot more besides.

And don’t think I’m stupid enough to buy your BS about being an agnostic – you are very obviously a Christian yourself. I’m always amused by people like you who don’t have the courage of their beliefs to be honest about them. If your belief system was actually sound, you wouldn’t have to lie about it.

  
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Sachiko you are providing a critical observation in item 3. Most of those who are of the Christian “faith” have never read the Bible themselves. The masses have left the reading and the interpretation in the hands of those obliged to believe (priests and ministers etc.)

It also the matter of interpretation of what is written that should scare everyone who belongs to the church. How do the “faithful” know they are receiving a reasonable interpretation?

Does this mean that you believe everything that is written? I read dozens of news stories everyday, and I have the common sense to at least question the accuracy of some of the statements made.

My spin is this. If you are calling yourself a member of the Christian club, maybe you should actually read and understand the book you are supposedly basing your every action on.

At the very least, if you are going to have faith without any evidence of truth, make up your own mind what the content means. How many times have entire nations been led to destruction by blind faith?

  
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Sachiko, why not a sexy reading of Anton La Vey’s Satanic Bible…do it…do it…you go girl…live life…DO IT.

  
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@JOB – To be honest, I don’t know anything about this book at all, but it does sound interesting! :-)

  
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I think Sachiko may like the Satanic Bible much better than the regular, less interesting one. Sachiko, it’s definitely an interesting read!

  
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Keep up the good work, Sachiko. Couldn’t have asked for a better response than your four-pointer above. There isn’t enough time in the world to take on idiots of all stripes, so we settle on the ones we understand best.

I’m going to go re-watch Bill Maher’s “Religulous” now.

  
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lol, good work ^^ !

  
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Dear Sachiko & Fellow Contributors,

As a christian theologist, I’m pleased Sachiko quoted the “New International Version”, since this is a scholastic bible, intended to be a clear translation of hebrew, aramaic and greek texts.

The Old Testament was written in Hebrew, effectively the Torah. Therefore, “Lot” is a Hebrew, rather than a christian. This is significant, since Sachiko mentions her father is also not a christian. So, there appears to be a theological confusion at work here. Scholars believe the destruction of Sodom occurred around 1890 BC, nearly 2000 years before Christians existed.

Sachiko is highlighting the misogynistic aspects of Lot’s mistake, however a contributor on this thread is correct, the Angels inside the house protect Lot and his daughters by blinding the men of Sodom. Later, the Angels offer further protection, asking Lot and his family to flee, since Sodom will be destroyed.

Kind Regards, nbwriter

  
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I’m in love and not just because you have big tits lol. It’s rare to find a girl who speaks her mind without fear of people’s opinions.

  
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Thanks Jei! :-)

  
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