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Never Kneel is a single-issue written by Seth Graham, in Buffalo NY. It is about the author's experience with religion and spirituality, his strong belief in it at first, and why he finally rejected it. Never Kneel talks about how it’s something to lean on, but why it inevitably breeds in us all a negativity that will doom us. The zine discusses in detail, the things that are caused by faith: diminishment of self, surrender of responsibility, and belittlement/detachment of and from nature. Its 35 pages long.
All of Seth's art and zines can be found through his mini company, Deathcult Doodles. DCD can be found at this link:

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