By Canceling Richard Dawkins, the American Humanist Association Has Betrayed Its Values
SCIENCE · CULTURE
April 26, 20214 min read, 785 words

By Canceling Richard Dawkins, the American Humanist Association Has Betrayed Its ValuesBy Canceling Richard Dawkins, the American Humanist Association Has Betrayed Its Values

Robby Soave
Published: April 26, 2021  |  4 min read, 785 words
Last week, the American Humanist Association (AHA) stripped British author Richard Dawkins of his 1996 Humanist of the Year award after he made a comment on Twitter that offended some in the transgender community. "Regrettably, Richard Dawkins has over the past several years acc...
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4 days ago
Very well written article exposing the hypocrisy of an organization that supposedly encourages freethinking
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5 days ago
This is a very well-written and nuanced look into Richard Dawkin's Twitter comments that resulted in the loss of his 1996 Humanist of the Year award. I believe the author does this story justice by properly sourcing Dawkin's tweet so that readers can determine for themselves the level of perceived attack on transgender people. I personally believe he was trying to raise an interesting debate around transracial and was simply using transgenderism as an example of where the principled stance amongst the left breaks down or is at the very least a source of confusion.
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