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Circumcision: regulation, not prohibition
1 year ago

Circumcision: regulation, not prohibition

STEPHEN MORETON believes that it is very important that people in the secular/atheist camp, as well as others, treat anti-circumcision activists with caution.

IF a religion taught that its …
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Don Leon and underground gay scholarship

IN March, 2018, US writer JOHN LAURITSEN, above, a long-time contributor to the Gay and Lesbian Humanist magazine – now The Pink Humanist – addressed the Outing …
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A good time to remember Kiyoshi Kuromiya, the AIDS activist who marched with Dr Martin Luther King Jr
1 year ago

A good time to remember Kiyoshi Kuromiya, the AIDS activist who marched with Dr Martin Luther King Jr

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April 4, 2018 marked the 50th anniversary of assassination of civil rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr Martin Luther King Jr – and the event helped highlight the …
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Seeing Oscar Wilde through Catholic-tinted specs
1 year ago

Seeing Oscar Wilde through Catholic-tinted specs

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WHEN it was announced last year that a “secular temple” devoted to Oscar Wilde had opened in the basement of a New York church, the Telegraph reported that the …
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Life and the Possibility of Absolute Finality
1 year ago

Life and the Possibility of Absolute Finality

SCOTT DOUGLAS JACOBSEN speaks to TERRY SANDERSON, President of the UK’s National Secular Society, who is undergoing treatment for cancer. The interview was first published by The Canadian Atheist last …
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From caring citizen to ‘a fool for Christ’: the sad case of Matthew Carapella
2 years ago

From caring citizen to ‘a fool for Christ’: the sad case of Matthew Carapella

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MARCUS ROBINSON examines the transformation of a likeable, compassionate young Canadian into an abusive Christian zealot.

THE first I’d heard of street preacher Matthew Carapella was when I read a …
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St Sukie de la Croix is alive and well and as entertaining as ever

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ST Sukie de la Croix, who wrote for the Gay and Lesbian Humanist, among many other publications, has just published a new book, The Blue Spong and the Flight from …
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Why did this gay liberation sign fall out of fashion?

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BARRY DUKE poses the question

IN the mid-1970s, shortly after meeting Brian, a lad who was to be my long-term partner, I bought him a silver ring and had engraved …
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‘Why I am so proud of Pride’
2 years ago

‘Why I am so proud of Pride’

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Pink Humanist editor BARRY DUKE was among the original founders of Pride in Benidorm when he settled in the popular Costa Blanca resort seven years ago. Ahead of this summer’s …
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Bisexuals are misunderstood, mocked and ignored

PHILIP FIELDING reports on a growing push by bisexuals for recognition and respect

Writing for Slate magazine back in 2014, bisexual Nathaniel Frank, director of the What We Know Project …
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