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Accessibility 101 Recap

Over the weekend I presented at Secular Women Work, and I was so psyched about my presentation that I wanted to share it with all of you as well. Accessibility. …

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Don’t Miss Secular Women Work!

I am incredibly excited to let you all know that this weekend I’ll be presenting a workshop on Accessibility 101 at the Secular Women Work conference in Minneapolis! I’m hoping …

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ActivismFeminismQuickiesReligion

Global Quickies: Another Blogger Killed, Bride Refunds, and “Thank You Science”

BANGLADESH Niloy Neel was killed by masked men with machetes yesterday. He is the fourth secularist blogger to have been killed this year. GUATEMALA “Guatemala has been described as the …

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Activism

[Cross-Post] Follow The Money: Why You Can’t Trust the EWG’s Ethically-Challenged Sunscreen Guide

Ed’s Note: Today’s cross-post was written by Jenny Splitter at Grounded Parents. If you want to leave a comment, click through the link at the bottom to go to the …

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Crosspost: So What If I Wasn’t Born This Way

The “born this way” story of queer identity is one most people in modern developed countries know well. It is applied to people of all sexual orientations and to trans …

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ActivismFeminismSkepticism

Everything to Everyone

As many of you might have noticed, last week was Convergence, the annual sci-fi and fantasy convention at which the Skepchicks run their own science/skepticism track. As per usual it …

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The Highlander Rule of PoCs

There’s been a long acknowledged rule when it comes to people of color (PoCs) being involved in things. “Things”? What kind of “things”? How about the boards of tech companies? Darold …

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Global Quickies: Religion in Cuba, Child-bride’s Murder Charges Dropped, and Lunchtime Sex

NIGERIA “A court in northern Nigeria has dropped charges against a 14-year-old girl accused of using rat poison to kill her husband, aged 35.” SAUDI ARABIA “A court in Saudi …

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