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NEWS FLASH: Protest MRA Con on SATURDAY

On Saturday in Detroit (that is tomorrow my friends) a group will protesting the Men’s Right’s Activist convention taking place this weekend at The Double Tree Hotel in Detroit. The …

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Ask Surly Amy: How To Help Fight Sexism On The Internet

It’s been a while and things have been wild but I’m bringing back my Ask Surly Amy series because I have opinions and advice and I can not contain these …

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An Atheist and Agnostic Group For Women

Do you want to make a difference in the world? Do you want to see positive change take place? Do you want to find creative solutions to some of life’s …

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Nicole Harris of Secular Woman

Hey remember that conference called Women in Secularism that happened a few weeks back? Remember how cool it was? Oh what? You couldn’t go? Awww, well don’t feel too bad …

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Machine Gun Misogynists: How Open Carry Texas Tried To Silence Me

[Content Warning: Guns, Harassment, Bullying, Threats] While leaving a restaurant with a friend recently, I noticed a group of 15-20 people walking down the street carrying flags. From a distance, …

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“Alpha Male” Elliot Rodgers’ Retribution

[Trigger Warning: Violence against women, domestic violence, guns] “For the last eight years of my life, ever since I’ve hit puberty, I’ve been forced to endure an existence of loneliness, …

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Global Quickies: Skirts, Racists, and Unhappy Arrests

FRANCE (From Mary) Jean-Marie Le Pen, founder of France’s far-right Front National, has suggested the deadly virus Ebola could solve the global “population explosion” and by extension Europe’s “immigration problem”. …

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Skeptability is launching!

Hello! In case you don’t know me, I’m Sarah, and I’ve been blogging for Skepchick for almost a year now. I’ve written about my disability a couple times before, and I’ve wanted to write about …

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