I don't mean to keep posting about the Nexus, but there's a part of the text that's currently at the top of every page that bugs me:
"We hold a naturalistic worldview.
We are free from mysticism and the supernatural.
We put no trust in superstitions and we seek no miracles."
While I'm sure that applies to a good number of atheists, agnostics, brights,
freethinkers, humanists and skeptics here and elsewhere, it shouldn't be used as a blanket statement to represent the whole, since it doesn't apply to the whole. There are plenty of the above people who do believe in the mysticism, the supernatural and superstitions. Simply not believing in any gods doesn't nullify belief in those other things.
I don't happen to believe in them, but I'd imagine it would seem rather strange and unfair for those atheists and freethinkers who do to have themselves lumped into a category which doesn't apply to them, especially by other atheists and freethinkers. It's akin to theists calling all atheists devil-worshipping baby-eaters, just phrased a bit more nicely.