terça-feira, 3 de julho de 2012

Revista de blogues (3/7/2012)

  • «No child's body is irreparably altered by his first Holy Communion. But I would have the same views if it were my own church practising this. I haven't exactly been deferent to my own ecclesiastical authorities in matters of public policy and morals. So sorry about the insensitivity. But someone else's taboo is not mine. And I was much more insensitive when publishing drawings of the prophet Muhammed. But anyway, this is not about Judaism any more than it is about Islam. It is about human autonomy, and the freedom to have bodily integrity. I think that's a case worth making - until a boy is man enough to make the decision for himself.» (Andrew Sullivan)