Intersectionality in Humanism

This was originally a talk I gave at the 2021 Asian Humanist Conference as well as for Atheists United in LA in 2021. It has been adapted to a more reading-friendly format.

In this piece, I’m going to be referencing both atheists and humanists. So that we are all on the same page about what these identities mean…

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Writer & Marketer, Digital Nomad, Humanist, Activist, Sex-Positive Feminist, President of @YoungHumanistsInternational

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Anya Overmann

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Writer & Marketer, Digital Nomad, Humanist, Activist, Sex-Positive Feminist, President of @YoungHumanistsInternational

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