About HFSD

Our mission is to advance public awareness of Humanism and of its principals of social progress through dialog, acts of compassion, pursuit of justice, and promotion of critical thinking.

Secular humanism embraces human reason, ethics, justice, and philosophical naturalism while specifically rejecting religious dogma, supernaturalism, pseudoscience, and superstition as the bases of morality and decision making.

We unite secular humanists and ethical atheists and skeptics in San Diego County of California.


Monday, June 18, 2018


Our new test version of stickers for the Secular Outreach.


The previous version:

In the previous years we used blue AHA Stickers, designed and provided by the American Humanist Association, with their domain on it (americanhumanist.org).

When I became HFSD president, Robert Hudson, our Secular Outreach organizer in Balboa Park, asked me to get more of them, because the motto was very popular. We thought I could add our local organization on it - the HFSD.info site. I decided to go with something more modern, neutral in color to match more things people would like to put them on, and to drop a less popular logo figure:

I might experiment with adding a sun or another palm tree icons to it, symbolizing San Diego, before we choose the final version. I tried palm leaves, but people seem to wonder what it was and pay less attention to the message.

For the size and materials to order the stickers in print, one of of my first choices would be:

  • Roll Labels - Circle 2.5" x 2.5"  Gloss Permanent
A few people I asked found the circle shape  to be more pleasing to the eye than a rectangle with rounded corners. It might as well be better from a general design perspective when attached to larger surface areas.

This was my first sketch

Tell me what you think.

Lena Nechet
HFSD President


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    1. My real name is Elsa. I just changed my profile in my Gmail account to reflect that fact.

  2. I am imagining a sticker in a vehicle and people seeing and checking what it is about in their cellphones. Therefore, highlighting HFSD.info might better serve to lead the curious to basic info about the organization. The complete name of the organization may distract the reader who just briefly glances at the sticker. Once in the site they can inquire further. It is not uncommon that, if one has been into something for a certain period of time, to assume others are equally as aware of what has become usual, and therefore invisible, to us. Customarily asking newcomers how we became aware of the existence of the organization may be of help to evaluate what works best. Do not overthink it. We will know how it worked out once it is out there. Where can I buy a roll and how much does it cost? What is the size of the sticker?


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