Secularism in Texas
The secular community in Texas is a fast-growing segment of the population, with 22% of Texans considering themselves non-religious, up from 12% just ﬁve years ago, putting Texas above the national average as a home for the non-religious. The electorate is changing and the legislature is going to change with it. If the legislators of Texas want to continue to represent their constituents, it is time to hear the voices of the secular community of Texas.
Concerns of Secular Texans
Secular Texas advocates for the concerns of secular Texans. While the concerns of secular communities in Texas are varied, shared concerns include:
- Solid Science Education
- Comprehensive Sex Education
- LGBTQ Equal Rights & Protections
- Reproductive & Family Planning Rights
- State / Church Separation
- Rational State Government
How You Can Help
Local action, such as visiting your legislator in their home office and letting them know that the secular community exists and that we are involved in the political process, is one of the most powerful actions you can take. Visit your legislator and tell us about it! Please take a look at how you can get directly involved with Secular Texas. Support our mission financially by becoming a dues paying member or making a donation.