Tag Archives: Human Rights

We’ve Moved!

We are happy to announce that after 5 years we have upgraded to our own domain, neverthoughttoquestion.com. The format and content will stay mostly the same. The hope is to add more interesting humanism and atheism related content, reach more … Continue reading

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Feels good to be back

It’s been two years since my last post, that’s a long time. I have decided to change this into a full .com website and resume posting once or twice a week. I will update the atheism library and start one … Continue reading

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Third Annual Salvation Army Sucks Post

Well maybe the don’t suck but their stances on human rights haven’t changed since my first post and so still don’t stand as a charity worth supporting. Here is the original article. Other than be staunchly religious their views on … Continue reading

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Soaring Unbelief: What It Means for Our Future

In 1882 Nietzsche said ‘God Is Dead’. Some are now predicting the religions that worship God are soon to follow. The numbers are indeed indicative of this. Some go so far as to give an exact year when religions will … Continue reading

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Brilliant ad campaign reflects a disheartening misogyny

On October 18th I came across this article and wondered ‘Is this 2013?’  The article was about a powerful ad campaign for UN Women. The images reflect the still rampant misogynistic attitudes in, well, pretty much everyone.  To be fair … Continue reading

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2 years and counting

A lot has happened and I’d say even though I don’t put much up on this blog these days having made it 2 years makes me pretty happy.  So far I feel pretty good having shared information with the world … Continue reading

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Paul Kurtz the Father of Secular Humanism, Champion of Reason and a One of The Biggest Influences on My Thinking Has Died

In 1999  I came across this book at the library and I so much enjoyed it that I subscribed to Free Inquiry magazine and read a few more of Kurtz’ books. I called him at the Center for Inquiry and … Continue reading

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