A Woman, an Atheist, a Socialist, a Liberal, and a Feminist Get Poutine Together: or, One Person Walks Into a Canada

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen

“Life as an atheist liberal feminist in the American South” by Caroline Shelton is a lovely self-reflection on the nature of identifying as an atheist and a feminist woman in the South of the United States. She talks about being put down, naysaid, in attempts to crunch her confidence while ‘expressing herself,’ honestly. Often, I come across stories like this.