Religion Essay | Religion, Conformity and Oppression

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Religion, Conformity and Oppression

Summary: Maintains that religion promotes conformity and oppression. Questions if Satanism offers freedom and enlightenment.
In a society where popular culture reigns supreme, everyone is struggling to maintain their true self, to be different, to be an individual. And yet at the same time, people will strive to fit in and vehemently avoid any association with the term `weirdo'. So what matters more to us in the end, what is it that we choose? Judging by the overwhelming popularity of packaged music, and the unimaginative way most people present themselves. I think you'll find that the majority of our society will rather pretend to be someone else for the rest of their lives than be an outcast. So what is it that convinces people, time after time, to accept that there is a norm, and to conform to that norm? When asked, people eagerly point their finger towards fashion magazines and the media. Though I do not deny their influence on...

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