Atheism Inherently Offends

by Jesse Galef I don’t often disagree with Herb Silverman but it does happen on occasion. The man is a constant source of clever phrases, inspiring ideas, and good humor. But there’s a reason I stopped quoting him where I did in my earlier post about the American Humanist Association’s new ad campaign. In his [Read More…]

New Atheist Ad Design is NOT Anti-Christmas. Really.

by Jesse Galef Our atheist billboards and bus ads have appeared all over the place, but there’s a certain repetition to the designs.  In case you wanted something new, your non-prayers have been answered: the American Humanist Association is sponsoring a new nation-wide campaign with the words “No God? …No problem! Be good for goodness’ [Read More…]

The Kids in the “Don’t Label Me” Ads Are Not Evangelicals

These bus ads from the British Humanist Association have been getting a lot of media attention this week: The point of the campaign is to point out how absurd it is to thrust a label — any label — onto a child who doesn’t even understand what that label means. It would be foolish to [Read More…]

New “Don’t Label Me” Billboard Campaign in the UK

The groups that brought you the “classlc” atheist bus ads are back with a billboard message that is sure to spark some great discussions: Please don’t label me. Let me grow up and choose for myself. How awesome is that? It takes a page from Richard Dawkins‘ The God Delusion where he makes a similar [Read More…]

Portland Atheist Bus Ads Go Up

There’s a new addition to the atheist advertisement club: the Portland Coalition of Reason! These words are part of a coordinated multi-organizational advertising campaign designed to raise awareness about people who don’t believe in a god. The King Size ad appears on ten buses traveling throughout the city. Their appearance will continue for at least [Read More…]