ActivismReligionSkepticism

Doing it for the Clicks, Ms Blumner

It was brought to my attention that the tired excuse for when one doesn’t like something that was said on the internet was trotted out by the new CEO of …

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Feminism

Women in Secularism: Interview with Lindsay Beyerstein

Women in Secularism 3 is coming up this May. The speakers list includes many admirable, accomplished women with whom I am humbled to be billed (including our very own Amy …

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Meta Stuff

ICYMI: July 28 – August 3 on the Skepchick Network

Teen Skepchick Suspension of Disbelief: Man of Steel Eddy is not impressed with the new Superman movie. The Ten Best Things About CFI’s Student Leadership Conference Avery went to the …

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Meta Stuff

ICYMI: June 16 – June 22 on the Skepchick Network

Rise and shine, sleepy head! Time to catch up on what you missed last week on the Skepchick Network. Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 53: Even More on Rotational …

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Activism

How CFI’s Office of Public Policy is Kicking Ass and Coming for You Next.

I recently had a chance to sit down and ask Michael De Dora some questions about the work he does with CFI. You might remember Michael from my series on …

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ActivismFeminismReligionSkepticism

Speaking Out Against Hate Directed at Women: Ronald A Lindsay

Here is part three in my ongoing series where I ask the men who are leaders in our community to speak out against the hate that has been directed at …

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Skepticism

In DC? Protest at 2pm Today to Free Alexander Aan!

The Center for Inquiry is mobilizing a protest for today at 2pm ET at the Indonesian Embassy in Washington, DC, in the hopes that we might convince officials to release …

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