Being pro-choice does not mean being pro-abortion; it means standing for the fundamental right of women to make decisions about their own bodies and lives. Fundamentalist or born-again religious faith leaders and believers lie about this difference.Read More
Author: H.R., Intern - Amish Heritage Foundation
The United States is home to over 200 officially recognized religions. With such a diverse range of beliefs and values, it’s imperative for the US government to have a distinct separation of church and state.Read More
Gilead, like most fundamentalist societies, requires a strict uniform for all citizens according to their societal role. Similar to the handmaid’s uniform, Amish women are required to wear long, often dark-colored, dresses with white caps to cover their hair.Read More
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