Why You Need to Read Flagrant Conduct

I just finished one of the best books I’ve read in a long time: Flagrant Conduct by Dale Carpenter. Even though I’ve been supportive of gay rights as long as I can remember, I’m not as well-versed in its history. Early in the book, Carpenter sets us up with where the gay rights movement in [Read More...]

Winnipeg Secularists Petition to Remove City Council Prayers

No lawsuits. No fights. Just a basic petition. That’s what the Winnipeg Secularists (in Canada) are offering to their local city council in an effort to stop the prayers read before every meeting: About 300 people have signed a petition delivered to city hall on Wednesday that calls on councillors to eliminate religious exercises at [Read More...]

Catholic School: We Forfeit the State Championship because There’s a Girl on the Other Team

Paige Sultzbach must be one hell of an athlete because she’s scaring away the competition. Her school, Mesa Preparatory Academy in Arizona, doesn’t have a softball team, so she decided to try out for the boys’ baseball team. To no one’s surprise, she made it. They went undefeated all season (with a 9-0 record) and [Read More...]

Reasons for Invoking God’s Name…

There really are no other reasons, are there? (via Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal) [Read more...]

When it Comes to Same-Sex Marriage, Those Without a Religious Identity Lead the Way

A recent Gallup poll asked this question: “Do you think marriages between same-sex couples should or should not be recognized by the law as valid, with the same rights as traditional marriages?” The headlines were all about how acceptance for same-sex couples was at 50% — it was only the second time that support for [Read More...]


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