The Criticism Machine #2

In the latest from the criticism machine, we explore the profound impact of Scottish geologist James Hutton's discovery of an unconformity at Siccar Point on our understanding of the age of the Earth and attitudes towards homosexuality. We examine how the confluence of Hutton's discovery and the rise of Christian fundamentalism has perpetuated a culture of fear and hate, making it difficult for LGBTQ+ people to live openly and freely. Through an exposition of disproven history and past attempts of historical erasure, we argue for the importance of challenging prevailing views and creating a more inclusive and accepting society that values the dignity and humanity of all its citizens, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. And I was also employed by my builder to challenge this temporal claim.
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