Secular Woman Plans Nude and Semi-Nude Calendar For Fundraiser

Secular Woman is planning a fundraiser for this November with a very interesting and highly provocative subject matter. It’s a calander titled “Atheists Breaking Through — The Reveal” and it will feature “nude and semi-nude nonbelievers of various races, genders, ages and body types.” According to a press release: The rationale behind the calendar’s nudity theme is to project [Read More…]

Atheist Billboard Goes Up in Kentucky

The Bluegrass Coalition of Reason in Kentucky just put up its first billboard in anticipation of the upcoming Kentucky Freethought Convention: The ad costs $5,650 and was paid for by the United Coalition of Reason. It’s already getting press: “We are not here to change anyone’s opinion or tell anybody they are wrong or right [Read More…]

Gay British Actor: ‘There’s Nothing Worse Than Gay Parents’

So the saying goes: one step forward, two steps back. Or so it seems with LGBT people in the media: Rupert Everett, the 53-year-old British actor who starred in the 1998 film “Shakespeare in Love,” took a few giant steps backward for the gay rights movement this week when he told the UK’s Sunday Times [Read More…]

Atheists Beat the Illinois Family Institute At Their Own Game

Alright. Spill it. Which of you naughty atheists used a Christian group’s faux grassroots-anger email system to send letters of support to schools that brought in Jessica Ahlquist to speak to the students? Because Laurie Higgins of the Illinois Family Institute is ever-so-pissed about it: Today, an unusual number of atheists from around the country [Read More…]

Atheist Group Places Full-Page ‘Constitution Day’ Ad in Newspaper

The Albuquerque chapter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation bought a full=page ad in today’s Albuquerque Journal marking Constitution Day, the anniversary of when the document was ratified: It’s a response to a full-page ad placed by the Hobby Lobby chain declaring the country a “Christian Nation”: “We feel it is important to respond to [Read More…]