A primary school teacher discusses the ways that she has found to prevent gender bullying, and to make children feel comfortable expressing their identities. (Thanks, C!)
In the NYT’s The Stone.
I was heartened to learn recently that atheists are no longer the most reviled group in the United States: according to the political scientists Robert Putnam and David Campbell, we’ve been overtaken by the Tea Party. But even as I was high-fiving my fellow apostates (“We’re number two! We’re number two!”), I was wondering anew: why do so many people dislike atheists?