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Jun 30 2012

Secular Women Form New Organization

Secular Woman is a new organization formed to “amplify the voice, presence, and influence of non-religious women.” Sounds like a great idea to me. They’re just getting off the ground, but I an optimistic that they will be a powerful voice in the secular movement very quickly. Here’s an introductory video:

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  1. 1
    Ibis3, Let's burn some bridges

    Secular women form new org called Secular *Woman*.

  2. 2
    Michael Heath

    It’d be interesting to understand any dialogue they had in regards to limiting their group to non-religious women, rather than also recruiting religious women who support a secular government.

  3. 3
    Leo Buzalsky

    @1 – Ohhhh boy. I’ve been reading that as “women” for the past two days now. Embarrassing. :$

  4. 4
    StarStuff, a soulless cunt

    I’m one of the founders of Secular Woman. I just wanted to say thanks for blogging about us!

    (And thanks to Ibis3 for catching the spelling error.)

  5. 5
    Modusoperandi

    Are they forming in to one giant woman, or is it a regular sized position and they each take turns?

  6. 6
    stuartvo

    One giant woman, kinda Voltron-ish.

    Go ahead, MRAs. Cat-call her. Patronise her. Grab her ass (if you can reach that high.) I dare ya!

  7. 7
    oranje

    Excellent news, and I hope this is part of a trend to encourage more participation from all underrepresented groups, not only within the secular community, but also in the sciences, etc. Much better than that patronizing video from a week or two ago (I can’t remember if it was Dutch or what have you); I wish you all the best in support. The more representative this community can become compared to society at large, the more authentically society-wide the community can speak and act.

  8. 8
    a3kr0n

    A woman’s secular organization?
    Like ths?

  9. 9
    Aliasalpha

    Secular Woman sounds like a superhero, fighting for ACTUAL truth & REAL justice

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