The History of Women in Freethought

Annie Laurie Gaylor’s talk at the Women in Secularism conference in May was one of two talks that made me absolutely despair of live-tweeting it. It was just packed with too much interesting information. Eventually, I gave up and just enjoyed the talk. CFI has just posted the video, so now you can enjoy it too.

Makes me think it’s time for a new edition of Gaylor’s book, Women Without Superstition, “No Gods–No Masters”. Or at least an ebook of the original, since it’s out of print. Maybe if enough of us ask….

 

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The History of Women in Freethought
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