Let’s ponder that sentiment: “Sure, this evidently good thing may seem good, but if you presume the inverse of all of that then it appears quite sinister.”
For decades the Satanic Bible was the default norm. Even if you didn’t like, it’s like “Leviticus” or the XFL–distasteful, but part of the cultural fabric.
The headlines this week read, “The Satanic Temple Is a Religion, Says IRS,” but this is not true. What the IRS actually said is much more surprising.