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I’m in sunny San Diego, California today, where AHA executive director Roy Speckhardt and I are meeting with local humanist leaders to plan our 72nd Annual Conference, to be held May 30-June 2, 2013 at the Bahia Resort Hotel. We’re beyond excited to be holding our conference in conjunction with the United Coalition of Reason and hope to draw hundreds of humanists, atheists and freethinkers from the local San Diego area and across the country. Members will receive a “Save the Date” card in the mail with more details on reserving your hotel room and confirmed speakers so far (it’s a secret for now)! If you are a speaker interested in presenting at next year’s conference, contact us at email@example.com. See you in San Diego!
Despite some recent reports on the medical benefits of circumcision, AHA board member Raul Martinez makes the case for why humanists should oppose the practice.
Take our latest poll! Should the AHA oppose the practice of male infant circumcision?
Your sexual fantasies may have little to do with your non-sexual beliefs. Psychologist Leon Seltzer examines why we’re turned on by things we wouldn’t normally like outside the bedroom.
In the latest installment of Brainstormin’, Andy Norman lays out six basic principles that define a more inclusive humanism.
Check out the American Humanist Association’s new Twitter page, where you can sign up to get news and updates from our many adjunct organizations representing feminism, LGBTs, Darwin Day and more!
How well do you know the AHA? Answer ten trivia questions and win a free book from the AHA’s Humanist Library!
Read this week’s fall inspired poem by HNN poetry editor Daniel Thomas Moran.
Can you reveal the hidden message using only eleven letters? Created by Dan Mason.
We’re featuring a new webcomic this week: Mongrel Designs! Here’s the cartoonist’s take on Christian persecution then and now.