Before we can even start to get into the weeds of why religious accessories bans are wrong, we need to pin down exactly what they are. This should be easy right? Sigh, not even close.
For the third time in a row, the new Québec government is considering some form of state-enforced dress code to force religious people to look less, well, religious. Once again, a depressingly large number of atheists think this makes sense. And so, once again, I’m going to explain why it … Continue reading →
Interview with Susan Nambejja on Malcolm Children’s Foundation – by Scott Douglas Jacobsen. Continue reading →
Interview with the Administrator of “Bengali Ex Muslims Republic” – by Scott Douglas Jacobsen. Continue reading →
In Memoriam, Deo Ssekitoleko – Representative of Center for Inquiry International – Uganda – by Scott Douglas Jacobsen. Continue reading →
*Her Arabic script is at the bottom.* By Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Melissa Krawczyk Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was early life like for you? Doha Mooh: There is meant to be a real life, whether early on, or later, but in Saudi, there is no life for a woman. Frequently she has no … Continue reading →