At Skepticon 5, I gave a talk about many of the topics I discuss in The Young Atheist’s Survival Guide. I shared the stories that touched me the most as I was writing it and I hope they motivate you to take action:
I wrote a piece for the Washington Post On Faith blog about why we need to help young atheists. Read it. Love it. Caress it. Share it.
Everyone who sent me an email saying you would buy my book except it’s on Kindle and you hate Kindle and [something about DRM] now have an alternative option!
Last year, I began outlining a book that talked about the unique struggles of high school atheists. We hear so much about college groups and what they deal with, but only rarely do we hear about high school atheists and the obstacles they face: Coming out to your parents, dealing with religious administrators, overcoming the fear of isolation, trying to start an atheist group at school, taking those courage first steps away from your parents’ faith…