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A large list of awesome female atheists

In a perfect world, we shouldn’t have to have a separate list for female atheist activists. Some commenters even said such a list was “patronizing” by insinuating that women couldn’t play with the big boys. But when other polls, lists, and posts seem to forget our existence, every little bit of awareness helps. We have just as insightful things to say, but we need people to listen. Once more people realize this, you’ll start seeing more females listed amongst the likes of Dawkins, Hitchins, Harris, Dennett, Myers, etc…

So, without further ado, here is a list of some great female atheists who you should check out if you haven’t already done so:

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If you know someone who’s missing and you think deserves a shout out, let me know in the comments and I’ll add them. Or if I listed someone but didn’t link to their blog or a more relevant site, let me know. Consider this a growing reference!

To clarify, this list is for living women who are known for their vocal support of atheism, skepticism, and/or scientific thinking – or, likewise, speaking out against religion and supernatural beliefs. There are plenty of women who simply happen to be atheists but never ever speak about it – this isn’t intended for them.

A little backstory:

My previous post asked readers who they thought was the most influential female atheist of 2009 – and it has become very popular. All of the comments have reinforced one major theme: Too many incredible female atheist voices are unknown.

When I started to make a list of influential females, I asked around for names. Half of them I hadn’t even heard of, and some of them I was only vaguely familiar with. I did some Wikipediaing and Googling to try to figure out who should make it to the list. I didn’t want to exclude people just because I wasn’t personally familiar with them, but I didn’t want a list of 30 choices either. I tried to focus on active voices of 2009: those who had written new books, been consistently blogging, appeared on the news, etc.

Of course, I’m not perfect. Some excellent ladies didn’t make my poll because of inadequate research, my own obliviousness, or most likely a combination of both. Apparently the list was also very US-centric, which I promise was not intentional, but again a result of my own biases. And for every atheist woman I missed, there was someone on my list a reader hadn’t heard of. I think this lack of awareness speaks strongly. If a fellow godless lady who trumpets the importance of female voices in atheism doesn’t know so many of these people, how will everyone else?

My best solution at the moment is to make a giant list. I can’t make people click the links, follow the blogs, or even care – but I think it will help. In all the comments here and at other sites, I’ve seen a curiosity – a “Why haven’t I heard of these people before? Time to check them out!” So hopefully people will click the unfamiliar names on this list and find a new favorite blogger, author, activist, or whatever.

Comments

  1. says

    Awesome list, must now go check them all out, while I contemplate how to become awesome myself (no I'm not hinting to get on the list, I've been blogging about atheism for about twelve and a half minutes so far, so I'm totally not worthy).

    But it is an inspiring list, and I thank you for compiling it :)

  2. says

    Yay, Leah! You’re on the list. And deservedly so :)Hope my blog can be as outspokenly Non-Theist as these on the list someday too, when my f&f can see fit to not give me such ‘hell’ about it!

  3. says

    Yay, Leah! You're on the list. And deservedly so :)

    Hope my blog can be as outspokenly Non-Theist as these on the list someday too, when my f&f can see fit to not give me such 'hell' about it!

  4. says

    That is an impressive list. I’ve really been enjoying Attempts at Rational Behavior’s blog lately. And I should probably turn in my skeptic card for not realizing that Podblack is Kylie Sturgis. Maybe I should start listening to their blog.

  5. says

    That is an impressive list. I've really been enjoying Attempts at Rational Behavior's blog lately. And I should probably turn in my skeptic card for not realizing that Podblack is Kylie Sturgis. Maybe I should start listening to their blog.

  6. bree says

    Signy ex-Muslim atheist blogger at http://ofglitnir.wordpress.com and defunct atheist ex-Muslim blog Kafir Girl http://kafirgirl.wordpress.com. I think it’s especially important to support ex-Muslim bloggers, of either gender, because they speak out under threat and/or extreme pressure, and many of them give up blogging. Kafir girl’s blog has an open comment area where other atheist bloggers have left links.

  7. bree says

    Signy ex-Muslim atheist blogger at http://ofglitnir.wordpress.com and defunct atheist ex-Muslim blog Kafir Girl http://kafirgirl.wordpress.com. I think it's especially important to support ex-Muslim bloggers, of either gender, because they speak out under threat and/or extreme pressure, and many of them give up blogging. Kafir girl's blog has an open comment area where other atheist bloggers have left links.

  8. says

    Hey thanks for including me! FYI it’s singular Anti-Theist with no “s” on the end :)I’m also doing Videoblogging now at http://www.youtube.com/user/An… I’m sure women here will be able to identify with how frustrating some of the feedback I get is. When a man can’t actually keep up with me intellectually, invariably, he insults my appearance or calls me a whore. What the fuck does using my brain to think rationally have to do with being a paid sex worker??? *ahem* Thanks again.

  9. says

    Hey thanks for including me! FYI it's singular Anti-Theist with no "s" on the end :)

    I'm also doing Videoblogging now at http://www.youtube.com/user/AngieAntiTheist I'm sure women here will be able to identify with how frustrating some of the feedback I get is. When a man can't actually keep up with me intellectually, invariably, he insults my appearance or calls me a whore. What the fuck does using my brain to think rationally have to do with being a paid sex worker???

    *ahem* Thanks again.

  10. says

    Thanks for the mention! I’ve just emailed you with corrected link to my blog. I’d suggest Desiree Schell of the Skeptically Speaking radio show? And the great Helen Razer, who is a writer, radio host and cultural commentator in Australia. There’s also other great women who will be either speaking as individuals or as a part of a dedicated panel at the Global Atheist Conference in March. As well as the previously mentioned Catherine Deveny; Jane Caro, Taslima Nasrin, Sue-Ann Post, Lyn Allison, Leslie Cannold, Maggie Millar and Tanya Levin. :)

  11. says

    Thanks for the mention! I've just emailed you with corrected link to my blog. I'd suggest Desiree Schell of the Skeptically Speaking radio show? And the great Helen Razer, who is a writer, radio host and cultural commentator in Australia.

    There's also other great women who will be either speaking as individuals or as a part of a dedicated panel at the Global Atheist Conference in March. As well as the previously mentioned Catherine Deveny; Jane Caro, Taslima Nasrin, Sue-Ann Post, Lyn Allison, Leslie Cannold, Maggie Millar and Tanya Levin. :)

  12. says

    Very nice. You’ve compiled a great list of blogs to check out. I’m familiar with many, but there are several that are new to me as well. I’ll have fun reading.

  13. says

    Very nice. You've compiled a great list of blogs to check out. I'm familiar with many, but there are several that are new to me as well. I'll have fun reading.

  14. says

    thanks so much for that excellent list. i’m always looking for new writers and bloggers, and it’s hard to get a better combo than feminist atheists. of course, this means i’m going to get exactly no real work done today. ;-)

  15. says

    thanks so much for that excellent list. i'm always looking for new writers and bloggers, and it's hard to get a better combo than feminist atheists.

    of course, this means i'm going to get exactly no real work done today. ;-)

  16. says

    Heidi Anderson – not only an atheist but a parent, raising freethinking kids. She blogs at thefatoneinthemiddle.typepad.com

    And yes, Kylie Sturgess should also definitely be on this list. :)

  17. says

    Great List. Thank you. I was glad to see you included Jennifer Michael Hecht, who wrote a wonderful; book all atheists/agnostics/doubters/freethinkers/skeptics should read called “Doubt: A History”. It will make you understand that the most interesting people (by far) in the history of human thinking have been the doubters.

  18. says

    Great List. Thank you. I was glad to see you included Jennifer Michael Hecht, who wrote a wonderful; book all atheists/agnostics/doubters/freethinkers/skeptics should read called "Doubt: A History". It will make you understand that the most interesting people (by far) in the history of human thinking have been the doubters.

  19. says

    Thanks Jen, for including me on this list. I don’t think I’ve seen a comprehensive list of women atheists anywhere. I’ll be sure to check out many of these names who are new to me. What a great community of freethinking women.

  20. says

    Thanks Jen, for including me on this list. I don't think I've seen a comprehensive list of women atheists anywhere. I'll be sure to check out many of these names who are new to me. What a great community of freethinking women.

  21. Anonymous says

    Amanda Gulledge, winner of the Good Without God essay on raising freethinking children.

  22. says

    Hehe, you think I don’t explode. I only explode in the privacy of my office. You should see it sometime. ;)Anyway, Maggie Ardiente is the Development Director at the American Humanist Association and she has done some really great work in that role.

  23. says

    Hehe, you think I don't explode. I only explode in the privacy of my office. You should see it sometime. ;)

    Anyway, Maggie Ardiente is the Development Director at the American Humanist Association and she has done some really great work in that role.

  24. says

    Thanks so much for this extensive list! I’m always on the prowl for adding new atheist bloggers to read and it’s a treat having a list of all women to choose from!

  25. says

    Thanks so much for this extensive list! I'm always on the prowl for adding new atheist bloggers to read and it's a treat having a list of all women to choose from!

  26. says

    Please don’t forget us – me and my team of atheist women over in Scotland: June Maxwell, Director of Humanist Academy. We’re doing our best to educate people out of the god mire.

  27. says

    Please don't forget us – me and my team of atheist women over in Scotland: June Maxwell, Director of Humanist Academy. We're doing our best to educate people out of the god mire.

  28. says

    Is Barbara Forrest (sp?), from the Dover trial, a non-believer? If so, I’d definitely put her on this list, as she’s the person who introduced us all to the “cdesign proponentsists”.

  29. says

    Is Barbara Forrest (sp?), from the Dover trial, a non-believer? If so, I'd definitely put her on this list, as she's the person who introduced us all to the "cdesign proponentsists".

  30. Anonymous says

    Lois Porter, founding member and past president of Washington Area Secular HumanistsJennifer Kalmanson, coordinator of the MDC chapter of Washington Area Secular Humanists and board member, secular celebrant.Michelle Goldberg, author

  31. Anonymous says

    Lois Porter, founding member and past president of Washington Area Secular Humanists

    Jennifer Kalmanson, coordinator of the MDC chapter of Washington Area Secular Humanists and board member, secular celebrant.

    Michelle Goldberg, author

  32. Anonymous says

    I did not read all the comments so I do not know if she was mentioned but you should include Mynga Futrell. She is one of the co-founders (along with Paul Geisert) of the brights movement. She is the president of Atheist and Other Freethinkers and a member of the board of directors for the American Humanist Association. She works in education and tries to improve ways in which separation of church and state can be more effectively taught in classrooms.

  33. tstough says

    I actually know a bunch of these ladies. Woohoo! Great list. I’m a fan of your blog just from this post.

  34. DyNama says

  35. Tarras Bulba says

    I always find ‘activists’ of any sort interesting … they end up being the other side of the same coin.Blogging – The quick and dirty way to become a socially acceptable attention whore (or stud?). It’s healthy to be sceptical, but false senses of accomplishments revolve around doing something for the sake of it . . .Try not to get too religious about being an atheist ;)(Oh .. and so what if they’re women? I thought we lived in the modern age where all animals are equal . . . ah . . . point taken . . . some animals are MORE equal than others.)

  36. Bruce says

    Barbara Forrest is indeed atheist, but she doesn’t really advertise as such.

  37. Mindy says

    I don’t know how much she makes it part of her public persona, but Loretta Ross from SisterSong made my decade at a NOW conference when she introduced herself as, among other things, an “out atheist.” At that time I didn’t know any black female atheists, and I was thrilled to hear it!

  38. says

    You said: “this list is for living women who are known for their vocal support of atheism, skepticism, and/or scientific thinking – or, likewise, speaking out against religion and supernatural beliefs.”That’s good to know, because then I will never see Madalyn O’Hair on it. She may have been exactly what you described, but her hateful attitude towards people that differed from her so damaged the credibility of atheism that I wish she had never existed! Indeed, she fit the commonly held stereotype of the Angry Atheist so perfectly that one of her own sons disowned her and became a Christian!

  39. Cora Judd says

    Great list. How about the laurel-laden Dr. Rebecca Goldstein? Erudite academician and author of the acclaimed ’36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction’ and wife of Steven Pinker, well known evolutionary biologist. Great interview of her in New Humanist, May issue. She rocks!

  40. schaffmc says

    I can’t believe this one got missed! She’s not alive any longer, but very influential and a well-known Atheist — Ayn Rand.

  41. Guest says

    What about Sachiko McLean?http://www.sachikospace.com/en…Yes, her methods are highly unusual – she is a nude model who uses her body as a means of educating people about religion, atheism, secularism, humanism etc. while they have their pants down, so to speak, but I think this is a highly effective way of reaching people who might not otherwise learn about this stuff. Her new YouTube channel also uses this as a subversive, clever and frankly hilarious way of pointing out the absurdities of the Bible. Yes, she also uses her body as a means of funding her internet activities, but there’s nothing wrong with that, and she has to pay the bills like everyone else. The point is, she’s getting the atheist message out there in a highly entertaining and I think effective way, and her blog is a fantastic read, with some very intelligent articles – try this one, for example:http://www.sachikospace.com/en…It seems that because she is a nude/adult model, she doesn’t get the respect she deserves from the mainstream atheist community.

  42. Welsh Atheist says

    Julia Gillard – the new Prime Minister of Australia is… an athiest.yeah go girl. Check out the recent Australian press.

  43. Jes Constantine says

    Thanks so much for including me on this list! I hope to interview some others on our podcast (formerly the Humanist Network News): the Humanist Hour.

  44. Monica Kirkhart-Mason Waggoner says

    Bobbie Kirkhart – http://www.bobbiekirkhart.comPast president of Atheist Alliance International; serves on the board of Secular Coalition for America (and a founding member); co-president of Atheists United, a local atheist organization in Los Angeles; also serves on the board of Camp Quest, I think.Her website is a little out of date… but that’s probably her daughter’s fault. ;-)

  45. Heathenmommy says

    Jamila Bey is an NPR producer and standup comedian from Washington DC and she is black.

  46. Ashleyfmiller says

    I’m probably not all that notable but I do blog a lot about atheism and skeptics and contribute to shethought fairly regularly… and phil plait got in an argument with me that one time and I got phayngulated that other time.http://ashleyfmiller.wordpress

  47. Luciano says

    Please check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…where you can see some of the work that is been done here in Italy by Sabina Guzzanti, actress, comedian, filmmaker and activist. Penn&Teller show how important was her attack on the Vatican, and how the Italian establishment came down on her.

  48. says

    I am not very notable either, but I keep a blog and have talked about my atheism in some of the posts: http://tenebra98.blogspot.comI also am a founding member of the new Greek Atheist Union. If you check the English blog of the greek atheist community, some of my blog entries have been featured there: http://english.atheia.grThere is another very notable female member writing for the greek atheist community, she goes by the name Aorati Melani (which translated means “Invisible Ink”)Edit: My real name is Paraskevi Oppio, and I usually go with the nickname Darkchilde.

  49. Max says

    Fantastic list. Although she died in the last few weeks, can I suggest the British author and journalist Claire Rayner?Thank you.

  50. Guest says

    There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.

  51. Guest says

    I would like to nominate Dr. Leslie Griffin: http://religionrogue.blogspot…. . She holds the Larry and Joanne Doherty Chair in Legal Ethics at the University of Houston Law Center, where she teaches constitutional law, law and religion, torts, and professional responsibility.

  52. Deeptracks says

    Mina Ahadi founder and coordinator of the International Committees against Execution and Stoning (http://stopstonningnow.com).She has won the National Secular Society’s 2007 Secularist of the Year award.Mina Ahadi Co-founded the Central Council of Ex-Muslims in Germany(http://www.ex-muslime.de/) which has since opened branches in Britain, Scandinavia and the Netherlands.She wrote a book about her deconversion , “Ich habe abgeschworen” published in 2008 in Germany by Heyne (http://www.randomhouse.de/book

  53. Jon says

    I would respect a complete list a lot more. It would add those who should not be omitted because of gender. As long as you are writing a female list instead of a human list, you are participating in the very division you seek to rectify. Not that I don’t see the issue to overcome, but the day you speak of can begin today, if we will only start it. But alas I guess it’s still get-back time. Sigh.

  54. Darkhorse says

    Well done and Happy New Year to you and all your fellow female atheists. The world will become a much better place when people become enlightened sufficiently to realise that religion is the greatest con job ever perpetrated against humanity.

  55. Jim says

    Great list – and blog! A wonderful trove for atheistic exploration. Women have been and are the most demeaned and abused by religion and I salute all these fighters who aren’t going to take it anymore.A couple suggestions for the list:Anne Nicol Gaylor (with her daughter Annie Laurie) co-founded the Freedom from Religion Foundation (ffrf.org) in 1978; it is the largest atheist-freethinker organization in the country and probably the most influential (depending on your definition); she is also an author: “Lead Us Not into Penn Station”, among others; she founded and is still runs the Women’s Medical Fund in Madison, WI which helps women in need afford abortions. She was pre-Internet, but highly visible in print media for 25+ years. She shoulda been in the poll.Annie Laurie Gaylor should also be listed as an AUTHOR (“Woe to the women, the Bible tells me so” (1981), “Betrayal of trust: Clergy’s abuse of children” (1988), “Women Without Superstition: The Collected Writings of Women Freethinkers of the 19th and 20th Centuries” (1997) and as a BROADCASTER/PODCASTER: Freethought Radio (see ffrf.org)Thanks and please continue to grow the list.

  56. Steve says

    Great list! A suggestion for addition: Opera and pop singer Markella (markella.com) is outspoken about her non-belief, has been interviewed by Dan and Annie Laurie on Freethought radio ( http://ffrf.org/news/radio/sho… ) and has recorded numerous freethought songs such as God Delusion, Born Again, The Odyssey: If I Were God and Imaginary Friend.

  57. says

    There is a striking lack of real talent in the list above. I don’t see any author on level with say Margaret Atwood. You rather make the case for atheists lacking imagination. It’s very hard to find atheist writers and artists who have created anything of lasting power.

  58. DougF says

    Dr Rachael Dunlop @DrRachie. Skeptic. Relentless and successful campaigner against the anti-vax Australian Vaccination Network and S-CAMs .

  59. says

    This isn’t a living person but she is important enough to list anyway, if there is only one women in history you read up on it should be:Ernestine L. Rose : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E…Several works can be found free on Google Books:http://bit.ly/free_gbooks_rose And one I cannot find but would love to read (I must visit a major library sometime):Defence of Atheism: Being a Lecture delivered in Mercantile Hall, Boston, April 10, 1861

  60. Kaileigh says

    I’m not sure if you are still updating this list, but I thought I would put in a good word for Jessica Ahlquist of Cranston, RI. She’s 15 years old and currently involved in a separation of church and state case with the ACLU. I know you are interested in women and girls becoming more involved in atheism and I think she’s a great example.

  61. Ekke says

    Can we please not use the word ‘bitch’ to dismiss a woman? Attack her ideas but please respect her personhood, even if you fervently disagree with her on everything.

  62. Rollingforest says

    Do you feel the same way about the terms “bastard” or “asshole”? I don’t think that any of the three terms mentioned are meant to refer to all of a particular gender or group.

  63. Ekke says

    Rollingforest, yes, I feel the same way, even though the word ‘bitch’ has a far more negative history than the words ‘bastard’ and ‘asshole’. Even if what you are saying is true, ie the terms do not and are not meant to refer to all of a particular gender or group, it is still problematic to use a word like that instead of decrying s a person’s actions.

  64. Rollingforest says

    I agree that we should be focused on the issues rather than insulting people personally. And from my personal experience, I agree with you that it does seems true that the term “bitch” is seen as more of a negative term than “bastard” or “dick” is, which might show gender bias. To me, it seems that “bitch” and “asshole” are seem to be at about the same level of negativity by the general public, though admittedly one term is used to refer only to women you dislike while the other can be used to refer to people of either gender you dislike, which does seem unfair. However, to get the true answer for whether the general public feels that the word “bitch” (or any of the other terms) denies someone their personhood, since it is the general public who ultimately decides what a word means, we’d have to find a way to measure their conscious and subconscious reaction to the word, something that can be difficult to do.

  65. Ekke says

    But the original comment says nothing about her actions; it focuses on her as a person. Such insults do not belong on a forum such as this, never mind what the intended meaning is.

  66. Anthrogran says

    I’d like to add Azar Nafisi for her “Reading Lolita in Tehran”, a lovely book that shows readers what Nafisi taught her female students about standing up to tyranny and claiming their female identities through literature.

  67. C Wayne says

    Thank you for the list.  You people [atheist bloggers: men and women] keep me sane.

  68. Ralph Gentile says

    I’d like to add Christine Comer.  I don’t know if she’s an Atheist, but she took one for the team a few years ago.

  69. teammarty says

    I’d like to add Arlene-Marie, State Director of Michigan Atheists and activist involed with American Atheists since Madalyn Murray O’Hair lived in Maryland (60’s 70’s, somewhere in there)  and has been defending the constitution ever since.

  70. R J King says

    Might I suggest Maryam Namazie?  Particularly keen to take on Islamic anti-female unpleasantness.

  71. says

    This is such a good list… especially as it’s 2011 and some people still associate science and Atheism and pretty much anything else that requires thinking solely with men.I don’t consider this list patronizing at all, quite the opposite. There are quite a few people on here whose work I wasn’t aware of either, thanks for posting.

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  73. Guest says

    Of course not, the list seems limited to collectivist statest doctrinaire liberals who would love to use the power of the state to, at the least,  mute those they detest. A group just as nutty as the religious right they decry.

  74. Rare blog reader says

    My annoyance with the list is the glaring paucity of scientists. I am a female, atheist, biologist (not by career but by training), and have been all my life. I know there are plenty of female atheists actually working in the field of science, why aren’t they speaking out? Frankly, I have no interest in “just so” atheists, bloggers, who talk and talk, or entertainers, or comedians. I have no interest in reading “talk”, my interests are in how knowledge and science affect public policy and the understanding of the living world we live in. I feel like we need to boycott all four horsemen of atheism… and let them know we’re tired of listening to the same old boys club all the time. It’s time our organisations turn the microphone over to female atheist scientists.

  75. Naomi Moore says

    English comedian Lucy Porter is an atheist, she contributed to The Atheist’s Guide To Christmas.

  76. says

    I have recently been in contact with Sheril Kirshenbaum, who informed me that she does not label herself an atheist. It would probably be courteous, then, to remove her name from this list.

  77. That Guy says

    I’m really happy to see someone compiling a list of prominent female Atheists. It’s a healthy thing to have a fuller view of  this demographic that so often is believed near non-existent.Although your list doesn’t claim to be exhaustive, I wanted to throw the author Ursula K. Leguin into consideration. She writes in the introduction to ‘The Left Hand of Darkness’ that she is an atheist, though one might never think it to read her books intensely interested in theology and spirituality as they are. She’s an interesting atheist for her ability not to immediately throw all religion in the fire, she’s careful to recognize good and evil in all things. Secularism’s capacity for evil is given weight and balance and compared with theism’s capacity for the same.

  78. says

    I would suggest adding Leslie Zukor, founder and operator of the Freethought Books Project.

    Another commenter suggested Mynga Futrell. I see that she’s on the list, but her first name is misspelled.

    I also notice that the links to Greta Christina’s blog and your own need to be updated to the ftb site.

    Good list! Some impressive women there.

  79. Robert Voss says

    Please add to woman atheist of the year:

    Chris Rodda is the Senior Research Director for the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), and the author of Liars For Jesus

  80. rdmiller3 says

    Rebecca Watson – for bringing attention to the rampant misogyny in the atheist community and making it into an issue which cannot be ignored.

  81. Lauren says

    Ellenbeth Wachs: President of Atheists of Florida and Humanists of Florida. Recipient of American Atheists Florida Atheist activist of the year. Ellenbeth is also involved with SOS, a secular 12step program and has gone to jail fighting SOCAS issues in Polk County, Florida.

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