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"Satanism empowered me to freely be the best version of myself by holding me accountable...
most of all it taught me to love and embrace myself."Why are so many millennial women attracted to Satanism?
"If a resistance is to mean anything, people need to strive for factual integrity."Blattodea, who says they were "raised in a proper Christian home" and "was taught to take abuse and keep my head down by the church," was already feeling distant from their faith when they happened to stumble on the philosophy and tenets of Satanism while browsing online.
"Satanism taught me to take an active role in my future..empowered me to say 'no' and put myself first, rather than relying on the redemption of another and how 'good' and subservient I was in other's eyes," Blattodea tells Bustle.
"When I describe Satanism to people," Morrissey tells Bustle, "I usually refer to Satanists as atheist social justice warriors.
"A religion doesn't have to assert the existence of anything supernatural to be a religion.", and was attracted to the group's unapologetic prochoice stance.
"There are many groups that support reproductive freedom," she notes, "but the Satanic Temple is one of the few that will boldly state that forced motherhood is wrong." For Murdock, being involved in the Satanic Temple is a way to be active in U. politics "in provocative and intelligent ways while also having a little fun." She believes that all members of the Resistance can learn something from the tenet of the Satanic Temple which stresses that science should inform our beliefs (rather than the other way around): "I love that this tenet basically tells you that as an active member of the Satanic Temple, it is your duty to educate yourself to the best of your ability, and not necessarily on things you want to know about," says Murdock.
" "I had been raised Roman Catholic and attended Catholic school for most of my childhood," La Voisin tells Bustle, "so rejecting dogmatic Christian culture was an integral part of my personal evolution. "Whether it's against government, religion, or societal dogma, Satan has served as the archetype for enlightenment in the face of adversity, since the dawn of the modern Christian age.
But more than just simple defiance, Satanism revealed itself to be a philosophy that focused on knowledge and forging one's own path, instead of the restrictions and imposed guilt that I had been taught."So has Satan joined the Resistance?