An Atheist Explains What He Learned from Visiting the Creation Museum

Seth Andrews, The Thinking Atheist, recently visited the Creation Museum in Kentucky for the first time. He shares with us the Top Ten things he learned from his visit — presumably so you don’t have to visit the place yourself :) [Read more...]

Third Annual Portland Humanist Film Festival Takes Place Next Week

The Portland Humanist Film Festival takes place next week! A preview of the films that will be screened is below: [Read more...]

A Catholic Group Distorts the Truth About Doctors Who Oppose Contraception

I figured it wouldn’t be hard to do a bit of research. Are these doctors really representative of the wider medical population or do they have some sort of bias? I started Googling and all I found were doctors whose primary objective is to promote the teachings of the Catholic Church, not doctors who follow the science where it leads. [Read more...]

An Insider’s View of What Happened at the East Aurora School Board’s Meeting Rescinding Support for Transgender Students

Yesterday evening, the East Aurora Board of Education (in Illinois) voted to rescind a policy that would have benefitted transgender and gender-non-conforming students in the district.

Rick Einhorn attended yesterday’s school board meeting and offers this summary of what he saw and heard: [Read more...]

What Does It Take To Remove a Pastor Who Hangs Out at a Middle School?

You want to see Christian privilege in action?

Get this: At Summit Middle School in Fort Wayne, Indiana, a pastor from a church called The Chapel was allowed to hang out in the cafeteria while students were there, pass out pamphlets (that may or may not have been religious in nature) to them, and chat with them as they ate. This was not some random guy — the students “recognize[d] him as a religious leader.”

And the school just let it happen. [Read more...]


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