What It’s Like to Escape the Christian Fundamentalist 'Quiverfull' Movement
Vyckie Garrison walks us through how she went from baby-factory housewife to Atheist of the Year, helping other women leave the natalist group.
Creationists Are Building a Real-Life Noah's Ark
A fundamentalist Christian organization announced the opening of a theme park that features a 510-foot-long, biblically-accurate replica of Noah's Ark. We spoke to the man building the religious version of Disney World.
We Spoke to a Guy Teaching the Queensland Police About Islamic Culture
With counter-terrorism operations producing a surprisingly low number of convictions, Queensland Police are learning the difference between what's suspicious and simply unfamiliar.
How Feminism Saved Me from Fundamentalism
Post-Evangelicals—mostly millennials like me, who grew up in the church in the 80s and 90s—are rejecting harsh doctrines in lieu of feminism, liberalism, and new ways of practicing religion.
Dianna E. Anderson
What Going to School with Jihadi John Taught Me About Radicalization
White, middle class teachers aren't the right people to quell extremism.
Are Fundamentalist Christians Getting Away with 'Pious' Domestic Abuse?
"Christian Domestic Discipline" is men asserting dominance over their wives using corporal punishment.
Violent German Soccer Nazis Have United Against Radical Muslims
At a Sunday gathering of the Hooligans Against Salafists, fans overturned a riot van and 44 police officers were injured in the ensuing violence.
The Seeing Trails Issue
Erotic Fiction, Puritan Censorship And Gynaecological Detail
Jack Fritscher, the award-winning author of hundreds of stories and articles and 20 books, is about as informed as anyone on the history of erotic fiction, its importance, and the state of erotic publishing today.
Bruno Bayley, Photos: Mark Hemry