First Secular Academic Journal Set to Release

This is a guest post by Franklin Kramer. He is a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a member of the the Illini Secular Student Alliance (ISSA). “Secularism and Nonreligion,” the first academic journal devoted solely to topics about nonbelievers, is set to begin publication in January 2012. It will take [Read More...]

A Step in Attracting Women to Your Group

This is a guest post by Kelley Freeman. She is a junior at the University of South Carolina and member of the Pastafarians at the University of South Carolina. As Katie Hartman has shown us, women just love the shit out of ponies. How else are the Four Horsemen going to be appealing to women? [Read More...]

SSA 2011: Discovering the meaning of an atheist conference

This is a guest post by Kyle Pitzen. He is a graduate student at the University of Northern Iowa and member of the UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers (UNIFI). Hello, everyone!  My name is Kyle Pitzen, and I am a relatively new member of the Freethinker movement, but have been skeptical most of my life.  I [Read More...]

False Rape Claims and Abortion: How to Make Everything Better

This is a guest post by Stephanie Van Dyk. She is a third year student at the University of British Columbia Freethinkers and member of the UBC Freethinkers. You might have seen this: I think nearly everyone would agree it’s absolutely horrendous. It’s rude, it’s sexist, and it’s factually incorrect on nearly every level. In [Read More...]

Social Diversity

This is a guest post by Stef McGraw. She is a junior at the University of Northern Iowa and member of the UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers (UNIFI). We talk a lot about diversifying the secular movement, which I think is great. We need more women, people of different racial and ethnic backgrounds, a variety of [Read More...]


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