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Meet us at the Shamel Park playground in Riverside. Come enjoy some coffee, baked goods and conversation in a family-friendly setting.
We will be there with our kids, so please consider bringing yours.
Suggested donation of $3 to cover the cost of coffee, snacks and supplies.
May is National Masturbation Month.
This title may have made you experience a gamut of things, embarrassment, made you uncomfortable, gave you an arousal, made you laugh, or at minimum raise an eyebrow.
In Apocalypse Now, Marlon Brando's Col. Kurtz asked a question of why is it obscene to write the word "fuck" on a bomb destined to kill innocent people?
There are various norms that many of us have been socialized into that line us up to having anxieties or other hindrances toward healthy attitudes toward sex and sexuality.
Many of these norms come from conservative and puritanical religious systems of morality and etiquette.
We will be exploring a more healthy worldview toward one of the most primal of our urges: SEX
More to come (pardon the pun) including the Zoom link.
Every Wednesday at 7 pm join your LGBTQIA Humanist friends from across the country as we get together to talk about LGBT issues, our lives, and just be together on Zoom.
It's a lot of fun and a great space for LGBTQIA and gender nonbinary folks to meetup and have a place to talk about what matters to us.
Cross-posted from the Chico, CA group:
The Chico, CA Recovering From Religion support group will meet virtually the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month at 8:00 PM, barring inclement weather or the date falls on a holiday. This meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. Attendees are welcome to share, but may also decide to remain anonymous if they so choose.
Join us on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87240783493?pwd=SHZNMEd5UVBtNkZEMFMyY05GZEFLQT09
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The primary focus of a Recovering From Religion support group is to provide ongoing and personal support to individuals as they let go of their religious beliefs. This transitional period is an ongoing process that can result in a range of emotions, as well as a ripple effect of consequences throughout an individual’s life. As such, the support meetings are safe and anonymous places to express these doubts, fears, and experiences without biased feedback or proselytizing.
We are here to help each other through this journey.
There is no cost to attend this support group but, if you feel so inclined, donations can be made at www.recoveringfromreligion.org/donate
If you find you need to talk with someone before the next support meeting, RfR has a hotline and online chat for that express purpose. Call [Appropriate Hotline number] to speak with someone. Go to www.recoveringfromreligion.org and click on the green chat bubble in the lower left corner of the site to chat online.
If you are in need of professional help, we can offer the Secular Therapy Project to provide options to connect with a professional therapist. All therapists have been thoroughly vetted by our organization and offer only evidence-based and non-religious treatment. Connect with them at www.seculartherapy.org.
Like what RfR does? Why not volunteer! There are quite a few options. Head over to www.recoveringfromreligion.org/volunteer for more info.