The unsurprisingly small organization called Republican Atheists has crafted a Facebook post about LGBTQ Pride Month that has its own members scratching their heads.
It’s the opening of the door to reason and critical thinking that dispels the myth inside all of us.
Atheists are discriminated against every day, but for some reason it’s acceptable in our society. When are we going to call anti-atheism sentiments what they truly are? When do we start calling out the bigots?
WARNING: A self-described atheist who runs a right-leaning organization is on the hunt for secular 501(c)3 groups who share left-leaning posts and presumably reporting them to the IRS.
Somehow this conference was successful despite not providing a platform for misogynists, racists, white supremacists, alt-righters, or rape apologists. Huh.
Unlike MythCon which was shrouded in controversy for good reason, the PA State Atheist/Humanist Conference is focused on good works and positivity.
For atheists, raising children without religion sounds pretty easy… unless you live in a tiny rural-suburban village with more church pews than people.
Chris Johnson has brought his book and documentary to over 100 cities. Here are his feelings about the project and one of his subjects leaving atheism.
Throughout his career, Harvey has criticized multiple racial, ethnic, and religious groups who he doesn’t identify with. Many readers will recall his multiple ignorant rants against atheists, wherein he accused us of being idiots with no moral barometer.
Widespread speculation on the interwebs suggested that Zuck’s change of heart is likely due to his daughter’s arrival in late 2015 and the religious customs that coincide with childhood and early development. But now there’s another theory floating around.