Stiofán Mac Ulcain
Hamza El Mountacir
Vlade Montenegro
“Imagine if there are gays - would we, the Chechens, communicate with them at all?” he asked.

Gay men tortured in Chechnya talk about their abuse
“My officers would not even want to touch such people - if they exist - let alone beating or torturing them.”
Imagine if there are gays would we the Chechens communicate with them

Footage shows the inside of Chechen prison where gay men were 'detained and tortured'

independent.co.uk
Matt Dimbylow
Joseph Mosca
Pete Hodgey
Anti-racist group plans counter-rally against "provocative" parade condemned by Stockholm Pride and LGBT activists.
Global Secular Humanist Movement 06/23/2017

Sweden far-right plans gay parade in mainly Muslim area

aljazeera.com
Ric Walkington
Chris Chiu
Leo Wallin
The “children of the caliphate” are growing up. What should we do with them?
The “children of the caliphate” are growing up What should we do with them

What to do with Islamic State’s child soldiers

economist.com
Yasir Samir
Jon Wills
Margaret Levi
Scott McMahon
Sorcha Sorchington
Adam Thomas
Free speech is at the center of a free society. Without it, virtually all other freedom is strictly curtailed, if not literally unimaginable.
Free speech is at the center of a free society Without it

Free Speech Is Always Under Attack. Here's How To Fight For It.

reason.com
Jason Hilton
Robert Antonello
Steven Cook
Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there!
Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there
Klaas Tieme Smit
Naji Amira
Andrew Jones
“Binocular rivalry” occurs when each eye is shown a different image, for example, a red patch in one eye and a green patch to another.

Most people switch back and forwards between the two incompatible images, as the brain can only perceive one at a time. But some people merge the two images into a unified red-green patch.

Participants who scored higher on openness were more likely to...
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Binocular rivalry occurs when each eye is shown a different image for

Open-minded people have a different visual perception of reality

qz.com
Nathan Crofton-Bond
Jerry Sexton
Michael Peters
Tim Phillips
Andrew Pedersen
Nicolas Sabin
Dozens of people have gathered in the capital of Tunisia to protest for the right not to fast during Ramadan, following the arrests of several abstainers.
Dozens of people have gathered in the capital of Tunisia to protest

The country where people are forced to observe Ramadan

independent.co.uk
Sherry Russell
Mer Mercedes Medina CDs
Nicole D'Augereaux
It's hard not to notice the similarities between the political journeys of these two strongmen—and what is happening to their countries.

Both have been using religion to cling to power, and pushing back the secular fabric of Indian and Turkish politics.
Its hard not to notice the similarities between the political journeys of

Modi and Erdogan are two of a kind: strong leaders putting their democracies in peril

qz.com
David William Williams
William Bryant Scrivener
Adam Cormier
A couple who both grew up as Muslims in Pakistan have told why they turned their backs on Islam.

Sami Shah and Ishma Alvi, who became Australian citizens in January and live in Melbourne with their young daughter, said extremism, sexism and misogyny were key reasons why they opted out of the religion.
A couple who both grew up as Muslims in Pakistan have told

Why an Australian Muslim couple turned their backs on Islam

dailymail.co.uk
Sohrob Azarnia
Frederica Keitz
Bashir Bakhtiari
Eric Rorholm
Bryan Jones
Jill Murphy
Bianca Forbes
Joshua Stromer
Alice Sahagian
Justin Boise
Paul Fallon
Mike Bishop
Anyone had to go through this and has some advice for others?
Anyone had to go through this and has some advice for others

How should an atheist behave at a religious funeral?

thespec.com
Cody Feaver
Scott A Voisine
Johnson John
Cultural appropriation?

Taco 'bout overstepping here...
Cultural appropriation

Taco bout overstepping here

The War on Taco Tuesday

intellectualtakeout.org
Timothy Herbert
Nick Morrison
Eric León
One can dream, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.
One can dream Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson
Adam Lowisz
Mera Naam
Paul Stather
Hundreds were arrested by police across the country, including a score in distant Vladivostok. In St. Petersburg, the number was 300, including teenagers.

And in Moscow, up to 750 were detained, including journalists, putting to the test one of Navalny’s refrains: “They cannot put everyone in prison.”
Hundreds were arrested by police across the country including a score in

Hundreds Detained Across Russia for Protesting Corruption on Russia Day

foreignpolicy.com
Steve Ward
Julie Labrum
Tylana Meadows
Boris Telečki
Johannes Konow
Hristo Hadzhimarinov