2020 was HumanistFreedoms.com’s first full year of operation. Today we reached a new milestone!
At the end of July 2021, we had surpassed the total visitors to the site in 2020. Effective today, October 23, 2022, we are thrilled to see that we’ve surpassed the 2021’s annual total visitors and pages read. By year’s end we expect to have grown 25% in 2021!
We have enjoyed publishing articles which promoting and celebrating humanism and our common humanity. We thank our contributors, readers and visitors for making http://www.humanistfreedoms.com a unique online magazine.
By contemporary internet standards, HumanistFreedoms.com is still a new and growing project. But we think that every small project has the potential to bring humanist values, outlooks and news to a continuously-growing audience; we look forward, therefore, to promoting other start-up Humanist-themed projects. Recently, the “Reasons for Reason” Youtube channel caught our attention. The channel features R4R, The Rational Robot, undertaking a number of classic counter-apologetics exercises. Currently, the channel’s most popular video is one devoted to the so-called Shroud of Turin.
If you enjoyed the R4R’s adventures in reason, please share your thoughts below and share the video with those who may be interested to learn more bour Reasons for Reason, counter-apologetics and humanism.
For the remainder of 2022 and looking forward to the new year, we are looking for even more essays, articles and stories to share! We are not able to pay for articles (yet) but we want to hear what you have to say. This month, themes that we want to explore include:
- Contemporary Humanism’s Biggest Priorities and Challenges for 2022
- Leadership Within The Humanist Movement
- Humanism and Secularism
- Humanism and Human Trafficking
- Digital Humanism
- Humanism and Global Population
- A Humanist Perspective of Radical Politics
- Humanist Photography: Photographer Review
- Humanism in the Arts
- Humanism and the Environment
- Humanism and Freedom of Expression: Lessons of the 2020’s
- Humanism and Freedom of/from Religion: Global Lessons
- Humanism and Architecture
- Book/Movie/Music/Arts Review: A Humanist Recommends….
Do you have an idea that isn’t on our list? Let us know. Inquire at email@example.com