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Dogma Debate 24 Hour Podcastathon – I’ll Be On It!

Dogma Debate Podcastathon

Every day I listen to Dogma Debate as I walk my dog. On the days I don’t have any Dogma Debate left to listen to, I sort of trudge around, mopey. I love Dogma Debate. My favourite episodes are, of course, when David has believers on and they discuss their beliefs, but I will listen

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Canadians: You Have Until October 20th To Sign This Petition Against Blasphemy Laws

I am ashamed of the fact that Canada still has blasphemy laws on the books. While this law has essentially been rendered useless by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, according to the books, blasphemy is against the law and punishable by up to two years in prison. The last man to be convicted of blasphemous

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Celebrate Canada Day By Ending Canadian Blasphemy Laws

Canada's Blasphemy Laws

Happy Canada Day Eve, you hellbound Canucks! Did you know that Canada still has blasphemy laws on the books? Indeed, we do. If we go by strictly what’s on the books, blasphemy is punishable by up to two years in prison in our vast nation. Wait, you thought Canada was a modern, secular country? Haha,

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On Using Devastating Crises Like The Fort Mac Fire To Push Your Agenda

Fort McMurray Fire

Over a year ago, I posted a story about a conversation I had with an elderly woman in the hot tub at our local aquatic center. You can read that here. I’ll give you the gist. The woman had confided in me that her grandson had just suffered an aneurysm. She was distraught over it, and

Let’s Support Marriage Equality In Australia in Honour of Mr. Oz Atheist’s Birthday!


Over the past six months or so, I’ve been lucky enough to have gotten to know Donovan. Most people know this man as @MrOzAtheist on Twitter. We’ve become great friends in such a short period of time. He’s been a solid source of support during difficult times, and I’ve been honored to have been his

How Outspoken Atheists Are Failing Miserably

Raif Badawi

In recent weeks, I feel like I’ve been in a permanent swirly, ice cold toilet bowl water twisting and churning around my head. I keep getting sent tweets from people who, apparently, have a problem with me but don’t have the guts to approach me themselves. It makes me giggle, sending laugh bubbles up from the

Announcing Godless T-Shirts!

Hellbound heathen

I have been struggling for so long to find a t-shirt company that offered ease-of-use, low base prices and high quality products and I have finally found one. Thank you to Crystal for suggesting Redbubble! Now, rather than this be an authoritarian situation where I tell you which t-shirts you need, I would rather this

Innocents: Death Row Exoneree #138

Death row exoneree Anthony Graves

This is an ongoing series telling the stories of wrongful convictions in North America. To read more of these stories, please click here. If you have a story of someone wrongfully convicted, or you were yourself and want to talk about it, please email me at See my two previous series on the American

The Infidel Interviews: The Value of Storytelling

Gene Roddenberry

I asked on my Vine account recently, and I got a lot of really great answers: @godless_mom I'd say getting religious mind individuals to respect the secular origins of this nation. They have hijacked many issues. — Yusuke Urameshi (@Yusuke_420) April 29, 2015 @godless_mom Not the deeply religious folks, but the moderates/apologists. That's a huge

3 Reasons Why #NormalizeAtheism Is A Good Thing

Normalize Atheism

On Twitter, recently, a new hashtag has been making the rounds. #NormalizeAtheism is the brain baby of atheist activist Mark Nebo, who is otherwise known for his founding of Be Secular and co-hosting the Ra-Men podcast. The goal of the hashtag is, as it sounds, to build awareness for atheism, make evident our numbers and encourage