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Society Is Better Off Without Religion: The Supporting Research

Yesterday, I saw a link on the Richard Dawkins Foundation page for an article called “The Chronic Dependence of Popular Religiosity upon Dysfunctional Psychosociological Conditions” written by Gregory Paul for the Evolutionary Psychology journal.  Naturally, I was curious. Not everybody eagerly sits down to read a 30-page academic journal article, but I did. And it […]

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Faces For Equality: Rebecca Geller

Name: Rebecca Geller (Pictured above on the right with members of her family) Age: 29 Hometown: Fairfax, VA Occupation: Lawyer Why I Found Her at The NEM: Rebecca spoke with concision as only a lawyer could. Her reasons for being at the March were simple: her cousin and her best friend are gay, and if […]

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