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AAHS (Atheists, Agnostics, Humanists & Secularists) Message Board › Special Freethinker Forum on Sexuality and Consent Nov. 25th

Special Freethinker Forum on Sexuality and Consent Nov. 25th

James W
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Los Angeles, CA
Dear Freethinkers and Friends,

Some news about our special and important meeting on a timely topic, next Sunday afternoon, Feb. 25th -- I hope you can join us!




This month, AAHS is excited to bring you a much-anticipated interactive program on sexuality and consent, a timely and important topic.

Humanism is the ethical philosophy or lifestance that's important to many people who don't believe in a god or higher power from which morals are derived. Without the supernatural, it challenges us to be reasonable, compassionate, fair, and accountable. and central to Humanist thought is the principle that all people (should) have inherent dignity and worth, and are entitled to human rights. But how does Humanism translate to sexuality and relationships? What is its response to patriarchal forms of oppression that persist in our society? What does it say about recent political developments and the revelations of the #MeToo movement?

There's much to discuss and much to learn. Fortunately, we'll be joined by expert sexuality educator Emmalinda MacLean, co-founder of More Than Sex Ed (http://www.morethanse...­), a local nonprofit that promotes comprehensive, inclusive, and fact-based understanding of human sexuality to redress negative sexual attitudes, behaviors, and consequences in our culture. (Homophobia, misogyny, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and more.)

Further info and complete details here:­
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