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Meeting on 21 May: tell us what's on your mind

Is an issue bothering you that humanists ought to be concerned with?

Members and non-members are invited to propose topics that humanists might be particularly interested in for short discussions. 111 more words

Tell me your problems!

Something you may not know about me is that I give pretty boss advice. I’ve shared my input to everyone from a crying stranger in Liverpool to my own ex in a new relationship. 132 more words

Blog

Service: How much and what kinds?

Something that I need to continually evaluate is how much service I’m doing and what specific kinds of service I want to do or should be doing. 1,143 more words

Advice

So.... it's been a while...

Hi ya’ll!

I hope this post finds you all well?

Sorry I haven’t been around, I have been going through a lot and needed some down time. 142 more words

Mental Health. Why is this an Issue?

Now I know for many mental health is an uncomfortable subject and some may not want to read this. That I understand. But unfortunately in today’s society it is one that needs to be discussed. 448 more words

UK Politics

Week 1 Issues - Should Democracy Be Compulsory?

The Issue

In response to a slow news week, certain highbrow newspapers have stirred up the debate over voluntary vs compulsory voting.

The Debate
  1. “Compulsory voting makes about as much sense as having the death penalty for attempted suicide,” says civil rights activist Sue-Ann Sparkle.
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Dear Baby Me: October 21, 1996

Dear Journal,
I’m going to name you. Like Anne Frank or Zlata Filipovic. But you’re going to have a boys name. Steve. What do you think? 239 more words

Dear Baby Me