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Credit: Bloom, by Bianca Capaldo and Caleb Dawson Breast Cancer Laboratory, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
^^ A 3-D rendering of a milk duct inside a breast. New research shows breast cancer spreads fastest at night [READ]

One World, One Life.

A home for curious secular minds.

I do social work, and the idea that the world is falling apart around us is a constant conversation. People are afraid. I try to encourage hope in younger generations. We need to be encouraged by how secular younger people are, that they are walking away from religion in droves, or just not even taking it on at all, that they are completely fearless. They’re the ones who are going to be taking positions of power. We may have some turbulent years, but people are resilient.

RAVEN, social worker


Indigenous atheists struggle with the “spiritual stereotype”—a romanticized conception of Indigenous people’s supposed closeness to a state of nature with reference to mysticism and magic.

I bet at the instant that wafer stuck to her tongue and began to turn to goo, Salvatore Cordileone began to sizzle and burst into flames, and he didn’t even know why yet. 

If there’s a through-line to some of the best movies of 2022 thus far, it’s a fixation on the body’s inexorable march toward decay.

Prepared by Nic Frame, Purdue Dept of Sociology

The secular defense of reproductive rights

80% of nonbelievers support a woman’s right to an abortion for any reason. This is significantly greater than any other religious affiliation except for Jewish, among the most secular of ethno-religious groups, with which it is virtually tied.


I don’t dislike cisgender, heterosexual allies. They’re my friends, family, acquaintances, colleagues, and more. I am just keenly aware that they can opt-in or out of allyship at any moment, whereas those of us stuck with marginalized identities cannot do so.