An ongoing question in the non-religious world: What should we call ourselves?
If we’re looking for something short and slangy, Ron Lindsay has a different suggestion:
If brevity is what we want, why not “Secs”? One thing we all share, presumably, is a commitment to secularism. For those who also think of themselves as secular humanists, “Secs” is a mere abbreviation. For other nonreligious, the term should be sufficiently vague that they can embrace it without feeling they are betraying some fundamental principle. And unlike “Brights,” the term is descriptive and offends no one,
Does anyone else want Secs? Let me know.
I feel that there are 29384823 jokes waiting to be told.
Help me out here, please.