I entered a piece for the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s Brian Bolton Essay Contest for Graduate/ “Older” Students in 2019, writing about “the abusive relationship between the bible and women’s bodies,” specifically with regard to abortion restrictions. The essay prompt asked students to write about a bible verse that continues to cause harm. I selected […]
As Halloween fast approaches, the Freedom From Religion Foundation is chasing off many unconstitutionally theocratic spectres. This includes shooing away religion from public education. That’s why we’ve filed a U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief siding with the state of Maine in its refusal to use taxpayer money to fund religious education. “The state’s decision is […]
This week marks the one-year anniversary of Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court — President Trump’s third and final appointee to the high court. Her confirmation completed the Christian nationalist takeover of the Supreme Court and tipped the scales in favor of a privileged status for religion in our country. The […]
Legislators in South Carolina have shamefully passed a nearly total abortion ban.
The U.S. Supreme Court has struck another blow against women’s rights.
There’s something pretty tone-deaf about hosting a “Life is Winning” event when you have presided over 320,000 COVID-19 deaths in the United States.
Abortion rights in this country may soon be determined on a state-by-state basis — to the detriment, potentially, of numerous women.
The future of abortion rights in the United States is grim, and a future similar to Poland’s isn’t a far stretch.
We did our bit for freethought and secularism this week here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation — and got some attention while doing so.