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The Freethinkerthefreethinker
““Cutting”, “abrasive”, “sarcastic”, “offensive” … These are just some of the words used to describe the Freethinker magazine, which was launched in Britain in 1881 and has continued publishing without a break until May 2014, when it became an Internet only publication. It is now hosted as a blog.”
The present editor of the Freethinker is Barry Duke.
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The New HumanistNew Humanist magazine Summer 2020 cover “We’re a quarterly magazine of culture and science, published since 1885. New Humanist is for anyone who wants to understand the ideas, conflicts and systems shaping our world – climate, capitalism, technology, fundamentalism, struggles for equality and more. We publish a beautiful edition once every three months full of serious, intelligent essays and reportage. Subscribe to our print and digital editions.
New Humanist is published by the Rationalist Association, a registered charity promoting rational inquiry and debate based on evidence rather than belief.”

Dorset Humanists (@dorsethumanists) | TwitterHumanistically Speaking
Launched in 2020 and (currently) free, HS is a monthly publication that grew out of the South Central England Humanists Network (SCEHN). Short articles, gossip, news and views from grass-roots humanists. Its approachable, kaleidoscopic style aims to present Humanism for all. Click here to access their latest issue.