Just Say No to Skeptic Calendars

Over the past several years, various groups have created calendars featuring nude/semi-nude/fully-clothed skeptics to raise funds for their events or donate to charity. For the most part, it’s all in good fun. The models — I’ve been one myself. Not nude. You’re welcome. — volunteer to do it (and it’s exciting!), the organizations make a [Read More...]

The Mind of Mark Driscoll

When I saw this, I was surprised: Mark Driscoll has thoughts?! (via nakedpastor) [Read more...]

Celebrating a Woman’s Right To Wear A Hijab, But Not Her Right To Be Heard

On Tuesday, about 200 women in Lahore, Pakistan rallied for their right to wear a hijab — a scarf that covers a woman’s hair and neck — in public. They carried signs like “My niqab, my right” and “Hijab empowers women” and “Hijab is our identity.” Which is great.  I mean, I have my own issues [Read More...]

Feminine Faces of Freethought Conference

Women of Reason — Dallas is playing host to the “Feminine Faces of Freethought Conference” on Saturday, September 15th. Speakers include Noelle George (Foundation Beyond Belief), Bridget Gaudette (Secular Woman), and Dorian Mooneyham (Trans and Godless). There are discounts for students and childcare will be provided! If you can make it, these are great speakers [Read More...]

Annie Laurie Gaylor Speaks About the History of Women in Freethought

I haven’t had a chance to watch this yet, but if it’s Annie Laurie Gaylor speaking about the history of women in freethought (from CFI’s Women in Secularism Conference), it’s bound to be good. As always, if you hear anything especially noteworthy, leave a timestamp and summary in the comments! [Read more...]


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