Christian Students in Kentucky Put Post-It Notes with Bible Verses on Every Locker in School

In Kentucky this week, a group of Christian students at two high schools thought it would be just awesome if they wrote Bible verses on Post-It notes and slapped them on the lockers of every student. (Because Jews and Muslims and Hindus and atheists need to convert and putting litter on their lockers is the best way to make it happen, I guess.)

But the notes that were put up on Wednesday afternoon were gone by Thursday morning at one of the high schools.



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Shaming Feminine Trans Women Is Not Feminism

Gender stereotyping is the oldest trick in the book. But according to Jennifer Fitz, it’s the “hot new thing.”

In a recent piece for her Patheos blog, Fitz denounces the existence of transgender identities, saying that trans people are merely playing into gender stereotypes when they transition.

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Another Atheist Hacked to Death in Bangladesh (Three Others Were Injured)

For the fifth time since the beginning of the year, an atheist has been killed in Bangladesh.

We’ve already known about the deaths of Dr. Avijit Roy in February, Washiqur Rahman in March, Ananta Bijoy Das in May, and Niloy Neel in August.

Now, 43-year-old Faisal Arefin Dipon (below) has been found dead in his office. He had put out some of Avijit Roy’s books as head of the Jagriti Prakashani publishing house.



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Joshua Feuerstein: Preventing Football Coach from Praying on Field Marks Start of “Christian Holocaust”

Vertical-video-addict Joshua Feuerstein was last seen yelling about how putting Kim Davis in jail meant the “Christian Holocaust” had begun.

He’s back this time to yell at us about how asking a public high school football coach to stop praying on the field means… um… the Christian Holocaust has begun. Again.



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“Graveyard of the Gods” at UW-Madison Reminds Students That All Gods Have an Expiration Date

As they do every year, the Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison put together a fantastic “Graveyard of the Gods,” reminding students of all the deities who were worshiped, believed in, and eventually forgotten.

The purpose is to get students thinking about when their God will join the ranks of the dead.



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