Why are Atheist Athletes Rare?

Last year, NFL punter Chris Kluwe made headlines because of his atheism.  The reason for his newsworthiness, as the writer of this Psychology Today report on Kluwe notes, is that “open secularity is rare in pro sports.”  This is something … Continued

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Problems with the Genderbread Person

A few years ago Sam Killermann (author of The Social Justice Advocate’s Handbook: A Guide to Gender) came out with his “Genderbread Person,” an edugraphic aimed at providing us with the complex “truth” about human sexuality, as he explains here.  … Continued

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Top Three Lists of Three

In addition to top ten lists, I love top three lists.  I also love lists of lists.  So… here are my top three top three lists. The Worst Woman’s Clothing Fashions Ever: 3. High-heeled shoes — Impractical (to the point … Continued

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The Best and Worst of 2013

It’s been another exciting year, and we want to thank you all for reading and, if applicable, posting comments on our blog.  Once again, we would like to close out the year with some summary remarks about good and bad … Continued

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George Carlin on Shell Shock

Every discipline has its own nomenclature—terminology that people outside that field sometimes find annoying. And no discipline multiplies the terminology like psychology. (I’ve always said that one key difference between philosophers and psychologists is that philosophers come up with new … Continued

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