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Having worked for the American Humanist Association for over seven years, it’s amazing how the movement has grown in what really is a short period of time. The AHA takes seriously the dangerous growth of the intelligent design movement and the numerous church-state violations abound. But we also care about becoming more compassionate, and we like to have fun, too. That’s why Humanist Network News aims to be an informative and fun publication of humanist news. Next to serious discussions about timely topics, we put a trivia contest or puzzle to solve. To inspire our creative minds, we share humanist art and poetry. As we continue to move forward, I encourage you to share your thoughts and ideas with us on what you’d like to see in future issues. Write to us at email@example.com.
A new bill in Congress will stop gay and lesbian soldiers from using military facilities for marriage ceremonies. Take action now.
When it comes to sex and public policy, both sides have it wrong. Dr. Marty Klein outlines a new sexual health platform for future candidates committed to sexual freedom should support.
Matthew Bulger reports on the overuse of faith and God in both platforms for the Democratic and Republican parties.
In the latest installment of Brainstormin’, Andy Norman tells a story about arguing with a friend on the issue of same-sex marriage using faith instead of reason.
Have you seen the AHA’s newest image campaign on Facebook that’s been viewed by nearly 50,000 people? Who would you like to see featured in the AHA’s next Sounds Like Humanism campaign?
Read a powerful poem about a humanist death by HNN poetry editor, Daniel Thomas Moran.
What are Internet users seeing when they search for “humanism” on popular sites like Tumblr, Reddit, and Pinterest? Sadie Rothman explores the online community’s interpretation of our philosophy.
New comic this week featuring The Atheist Pig!