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This article originally appeared as part of SSA eNews No. 12 - Secular Summer Fun.
Elaine FriedmanPicnics in the park, walks on the beach, candlelight dinners outdoors under the bright moon. Isn't summer romance great? But usually it's not that easy. Especially when your religious beliefs are somewhat against the grain. What is it like to be secular and single? This is the question being asked by Elaine Friedman, the editor of Humanist Network News, publication of the Institute for Humanist Studies. Elaine, who will soon share some personal secular and single dating mishaps with the SSA podcast, is conducting a project to see what it's like for all of us secular singles out there. Have your beliefs been a contentious issue in past relationships? Would you date a church-goer? Take a minute to help Elaine understand what it is like for young secular singles!

To go straight to the survey, click here.
The Secular Student Alliance's own Hemant Mehta interviewed Elaine in a recent SSA podcast.

To read a short intro by Elaine and then access the survey from there, go to
http://humaniststudies.org/enews/index.php?id=252&article=5.

This article originally appeared as part of SSA eNews No. 12 - Secular Summer Fun.
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