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Blasphemy Is Not A Crime

Hera & Aphrodite

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Two of the world's most famous goddesses, the Greek deity Aphrodite is the famed female patron of sexuality and beauty. At the same time, Hera is the Queen of the Gods and goddess of marriage, women, and childbirth. While Aphrodite's attractiveness is renowned worldwide, Hera is known for her motherliness but also her legendarily vengeful and vindictive nature. These two goddesses also have a competitive past; in the story of the "Judgement of Paris," they are pitted against each other in a beauty contest alongside the Goddess Athena. Aphrodite wins by briding Prince Paris with the most beautiful woman in the world, Helen of Troy. This sets the stage for the Trojan War after Paris goes to claim his prize, with Goddess Athena even spitefully joining the Greeks to fight against Paris's Trojans after he snubbed her. However, the goddesses have set aside their differences, basking in the mutual appreciation of each other's beauty and charm instead of fighting for the approval of a petty mortal man.


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Devilish Love

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One day, while wandering through her town on the way to Friday prayers, Zainab was suddenly confronted by a powerful and charismatic figure named Iblis. Despite his reputation as a seductive and dangerous being, Zainab was drawn to him by his charisma and the dark, mysterious allure of the forbidden. Iblis was intrigued by Zainab's bravery and her unwavering spirit, and he was soon smitten by her. As the days passed, Iblis showed Zainab his world, filled with wonders and horrors she could never have imagined. Though she was sometimes frightened, she was also fascinated by the dark beauty of the underworld. And as she grew closer to Iblis, she realized there was much more to him than his reputation suggested. Despite the dangers of loving a specter of darkness, Zainab was willing to take the risk.

Mother Mary's Secret Desire

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A poster promoting Demi Lovato's latest album, "Holy Fvck," was banned in the UK by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after four complaints were received. The poster in question depicted Demi Lovato wearing a red and black bondage outfit while lying on a mattress shaped like a crucifix on a red background. The ASA stated that the poster and album title linked sexuality with a sacred religious symbol and was, therefore, offensive to Christians.
However, Mother Mary herself finds this offensive; who gave the ASA the authority to dictate what a holy figure enjoys?!

Ayatollah Khamenei's Submission

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Who knew that the whole time these Iranian mullahs were constraining women's lives, they were actually projecting their desire for restraints and bondage onto everyone else!

Heavenly Spark

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Once upon a time, in the vast expanse of the heavens, there were two angels named Gabriel and Seraphina. They were both tasked with the duty of watching over the Earth and its inhabitants, but they had never met until one day while they were both on a mission to watch over a small village. However, as they fulfilled their vigil, Gabriel couldn't take her eyes off Seraphina's full lips and sparkling eyes. At the same time, Seraphina couldn't stop thinking about Gabriel's soft curves and gentle smile. Their eyes met as they flew over the village, and they felt a spark of something they had never felt before. From then on, Gabriel and Seraphina were inseparable.

Goddess Hera & Prometheus

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In Greek mythology, Prometheus is a Titan, a race of deities that preceded King Zeus and his twelve Olympians. According to one myth, Prometheus molded man out of clay and taught him the skills and arts necessary for survival. He is also known for stealing fire from the gods and giving it to mankind, an act that angered the gods and resulted in Prometheus being viciously punished by Zeus. Meanwhile, Hera is the goddess of marriage, family, and women and is considered the queen of the gods as the wife of Zeus. She is known for her vengeful nature, motivated by her husband's constant unfaithfulness. Inspired by Zeus's infidelity, Hera decided to pursue a fiery affair with his nemesis Prometheus as payback.

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