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RebelSoul

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About RebelSoul

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Europe
  • Interests
    Music, TV Shows, Movies, Animals, Nature, Love, History, Humor, Fun, Reading, Learning, Experiencing all good things in life
  • More About Me
    Christianity destroyed my mental health.
    Now I want to heal from all that shit and be finally free.

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    Unsure. I'm either pantheist or atheist.

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  1. @crazyguy123 @AyahuascaPhoenix @Joshpantera @Fuego Thank you all for the great recommendations! I know some of them and find most of them really great! I’ll check out the others! Do you also know some great female fronted bands or female solo artists? I’m a huge fan of The Pretty Reckless (who love to criticize Christianity) and I’m also trying to find more stuff like them. When it comes to bands I listen to most are The Pretty Reckless, Green Day, Billy Talent, The Doors, Queen, Rise Against, Linkin Park, Tenacious D, AFI, The Turtles, Rage Against the Machine, The Animals, Anti-Flag, The Hives, Jefferson Airplanes, Soundgarden, Audioslave, Tonight Alive, Empire of the Sun and whatever I forgot at the moment. Sonically I really love pop punk stuff like Paramore, but the Christian vibes in some songs annoy me so much. Solo artists I really love are Marina (formerly Marina & The Diamonds) she has some highly critical songs about Christianity too, some more obvious, others more subtle, Alanis Morissette, Janis Joplin, Eric Burdon, Jimi Hendrix, Scott McKenzie, Fiona Apple, Regina Spector, Amy Winehouse, Kate Bush, Chris Cornell, Ed Sheeran, Jack Johnson. I was a fan of different pop and pop rock artists like Avril Lavigne (which I can’t listen to anymore without getting angry, since she released two worship songs after she got Lyme Disease: “Head Above Water” and “It Was In Me”), but I love the styles of her first 3 albums, also Demi Lovato (especially the Confident album), Taylor Swift (almost everything) and some others of the popular ones, but unfortunately I’m unable not to think of their Christian interviews, and the songs that are inspired by their Christian beliefs, or some of them supporting Hillsong.. So I really like both, older stuff from the 60’s and 70’s, but also a lot stuff from the 2000’s until now
  2. Christianity ruined my brain too and my mental health. I’m so glad you can finally enjoy life and do all the things you want to do with a passion! It’s tough fighting the way through to be free from it completely. I’m still on the journey of deconverting and what really sucks to me right now is to see Christianity and things influenced by Christianity everywhere. Trying really hard to find more non-Christian things literally everywhere.
  3. I tried to edit my post, but don't know how or if it's possible. just wanted to add that my trauma from religion sits very deep and I try to avoid the things that remind me of it. As a huge music lover it frustrates me a lot that I don't find enough music from non-Christians.
  4. I love music! It's my passion and a big part of my life. Unfortunately though, majority of my favorite artists and bands call themselves Christian. I don't listen to Christian music, they're all secular artists and they're liberal when it comes to LGBTQ rights, women rights and so on. But it still bothers me a lot! They have songs that are inspired by their faith and they also talk and mention their faith from time to time. Of course they can do that, but it makes me furious, because I know they've been manipulated and indoctrinated and that they have a huge influence on their fans, especially younger ones. I listen to a lot of different genres, mostly rock and pop. What makes me really really mad is the ridiculous Hillsong-trend in the last few years and some of the pop artists I enjoy listening (not Justin Bieber!!!!!!!!) are involved with that church and they have really young fans and I see their fan accounts online and how strongly influenced they are by that. They try everything just to be like their favorite singers. Do you have some suggestions of some great non-Christian singers or bands? It doesn't have to be rock or pop, but if so it would be great I listen to rock, pop rock, pop punk, alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock, punk rock, indie rock, indie pop, alternative pop, punk, new wave, garage rock, soul, grunge, power pop, emo, pop, art pop, dream pop, dark pop, psychodelic rock, blues rock, symphonic rock, progressive rock, soft rock, folk rock, some dancehall, trap, funk, synthpop, electro pop and dance pop, dance rock, some heavy metal, a little bit r&b.
  5. Letting go of the intense feelings of: Guilt Fear Shame No Self-Worth And at the same time dealing with all the people in the world who claim that "Christianity is a good thing", and other christian rooted values and beliefs who are deeply rooted in society, "All things happen for a reason", "Turn the other cheek", "Go the extra mile", "God hears every thought", "Loving yourself is a negative thing".....
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