Over at Almost Diamonds, Stephanie Zvan posted yesterday about this site and two others – Skeptic Freethought and Young Australian Skeptics. We all represent the upcoming generation in the secular community, most of whom are now school or university students, and we operate on three different continents: while THC’s present writers are mainly in Britain, SF is an American blog and Young Aus Skeptics – well, you get the idea.
I’m delighted to say that, following Stephanie’s post, our three young unbelievers’ sites will be collaborating in the next few days.
At some point this weekend, either tomorrow night or the same time on Sunday (we’ve yet to confirm this), we’ll be hosting a joint hangout via Google+ to discuss, among other things, our experiences as secular writers and activists who don’t yet have wrinkles, what we want to see in future from the skeptical community and what if anything marks our age group out from previous generations in godlessness.
The conversation will be streamed live here, on Skeptic Freethought’s YouTube channel, and the audio will go out as a special edition of YAS podcast The Pseudoscientists.
- Sundas Hoorain and I, from this very site;
- Jack Scanlan and Belinda Nicholson, from YAS, and
- Ellen Lundgren and Astrid Lydia Johannsen, from SF.
Don’t miss this – it’s going to be worth tuning in for.