Later this year, May 17 to 19 in Washington, D.C., the Center for Inquiry will convene its second “Women in Secularism” conference.
There are a host of great speakers, many of whom we’ve had on this show before, like Susan Jacoby, Jennifer Michael Hecht, Greta Christina, and Rebecca Watson.
And we’re going to be there covering it.
But in the meantime, to get you ready, we’ve invited on one of the featured speakers ahead of time—Amanda Marcotte.
Marcotte writes for and manages the blog Pandagon, blogs for Slate‘s Double X, and has two books out: It’s A Jungle Out There: The Feminist Survival Guide to Politically Inhospitable Environments and Get Opinionated: A Progressive’s Guide to Finding Your Voice (and Taking a Little Action).
She’s written about politics, pop culture, and feminism for outlets such as Slate, Salon, the LA Times, the Guardian, and the American Prospect.