A website run by people who rely on childhood indoctrination to advance their causes has accused their political opponents of infiltrating schools and indoctrinating students. Funny, I guess indoctrination is only cool if you’re the one doing it.
A few months ago I dramatically scaled back the activity on SecularVoices in favor of another project that’s dear to me. Here’s what I’ve been up to and what my plans are for SecularVoices.
For atheists, raising children without religion sounds pretty easy… unless you live in a tiny rural-suburban village with more church pews than people.
I knew this topic would come up eventually. I just didn’t realize it would be so soon. Here’s how this atheist dad handled it.
With this move, the Good News Club is bringing their normally intensely-protected curriculum out into the public for all of us to see.
So much for transparency. It’s much easier to block out the dissenters than answer to them. Welcome to fundamentalism.
I’ve been responding on social media to schools that have been promoting sign-ups for the Good News Club. Today, a GNC parent decided to respond, defending the Good News Club and its volunteers. Of course, I responded back.
The Executive Director of Young Skeptics addresses the Satanic Temple’s after school club
Among the most disgusting of the GNC’s operating procedures is how they attempt to deceive parents with a rather innocuous-looking permission slip as an introduction to their emotionally abusive intimidation mill.
Our kids are encouraged positively. There is no higher power we use to scare them into submission. When they go to bed at night, they don’t worry about someone watching them and silently judging them.