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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Pink Humanist #2 online now

The UK gay Humanist charity, the Pink Triangle Trust – owner of this blog – has announced the publication of the second issue of its online magazine The Pink Humanist. The first issue appeared online last December.The PTT says in a press release:

The Pink Humanist is an LGBT magazine for Atheists, Humanists, Sceptics and Freethinkers and is the only one of its kind worldwide. It is edited by Barry Duke, a co-founder of the UK Gay & Lesbian Humanist Association (GALHA) in 1979 and a long-standing editor of The Freethinker, the voice of atheism in the UK since 1881.

In the latest issue journalist Andy Armitage [your humble blogger] writes about Godly quacks persisting in promoting harmful and discredited gay cure therapies. Other contributors include veteran gay activist and human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell who poses the question After homophobia, what next?, Brett Humphreys, a mathematician who writes a penetrating article about Alan Turing in the centenary year of this gay atheist code-breaker’s birth, and an Albanian gay activist who shows how this once ultra homophobic communist country has taken a leap into the 21st century.

1 comment:

George Broadhead said...

Feedback about The Pink Humanist is very welcome concerning the content, layout and readability.