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ok but like if you’re LGBT+ and not so sure abt ur stance with god but get something positive out of a church/community experience, I would 100% recommend a UU church

like tbh I had a bone to pick with religion and still think that I might be agnostic, but the UU church I go to is really nice and super accepting and like I did a count of how many times the word ‘god’ was said there in the service today and it was once

Eu gritei, eu chorei, eu desabafei, eu descontei toda dor na parede. Minhas mãos ficaram toda machucada porque eu não queria estar sentindo toda aquela coisa.
Novamente chorei, desabafei, achava que ia morrer com tudo aquilo me enlouquecendo.
Quase pirei quando vi ela indo embora. Continuei chorando. Pegava livros que falasse de comportamento humano pra tentar entender tudo aquilo, o porquê as pessoas vão embora sem mais nem menos e pude ver que só permanece aquilo que te pertence. E ela nunca me pertenceu.
Unitarian Universalist Jokes

Unitarian Universalism - Where all your answers are questioned.

Arguing with a Unitarian Universalist is like mud-wrestling a pig: Pretty soon you realize the pig likes it.

UUs address prayers, “To whom it may concern.”

UUs think the holy trinity is “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.”

A guy goes to a UU service for the first time, and later is asked what he thought of it. “Darndest church I ever went to,” he replies, “the only time I heard the name of Jesus Christ was when the janitor fell down the stairs.”

A Unitarian Universalist was worried, and confided to another UU, “I want to invite a friend to the Sunday service, but our minister uses that J-word so much I’m afraid it will make my friend feel uncomfortable.”
“When has our minister ever mentioned Jesus?” asked the other.
“I meant ‘Justice’.”

A protestant Christian comes up to a Unitarian Universalist and says: “I hear that you allow all kinds of weirdos in your church, atheists, Buddhists, Pagans …”
The UU answers: "We allow Christians too–we’re very open-minded.”

A missionary walked up to a Unitarian Universalist on the streetcorner and demanded, "Do you know what’s going to happen when you stand in judgment before God?”
The UU responded, “She is going to have some big explaining to do.”

Q: Why are UUs the worst hymn singers?
A: Because they’re always reading ahead to see if they agree with the next line.

Q: Why did the UU cross the road?
A: To support the chicken in its search for its own path.

Q: How does a UU walk on water?
A: She waits until winter.

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None; we accept the light bulb just the way it is.

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: There is no fixed number, so let’s form a committee to decide!

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None; UUs aren’t afraid of being in the dark.

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: We choose not to make a statement either in favor of or against the light bulb. However, if you have found in your own journey that light bulbs work for you, that is fine. You are invited to write a poem or compose a modern dance about your personal relationship with your light bulb and present it next month at our annual light bulb Sunday service in which we will explore a number of light bulb traditions, including incandescent, fluorescent, three- way, long-life, and tinted, all of which are equally valid paths to luminescence.