Elle Goff is a disabled writer, starting out on what will be her fifth career change in a long history. From pumping gas to being a machinist to being a technical writer, she has done a bit of everything. She studied Philosophy at Southwest Texas State University, now known as Texas State, though was unable to complete her degree. After a stroke, she turned to writing essays, short stories, and novels. Her work has appeared Sapphic Voices, a site for lesbian authors to present their work. Her fantasy and science fiction stories usually deal with gay characters and their life experiences in the realms of the fantastic.
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One of the things that atheists, as well as many pagans get from “believers” is the admonition that, if you don’t have faith, then you can’t have morality. In general I look these simpleminded people in the eye and respond, “If you need a religion in order to have morals then you’re not a very…