I'm an Art teacher, and have done a bit of world traveling with students. I was raised a Jehovah's Witness, but was never baptized (you have to choose it when you're older), and started questioning things during my teenage years. I was married at 22, and divorced a few years later. I live in a smallish college town with an okay culture, but it is heavily christian. I have many friends who are atheists or secular in some way, but I'm also friends with many believers. We generally get along, but it's easy for Christians to forget that others exist who do not adhere to their mythology. I'm frequently frustrated to the point of speaking out, as a result, and am known as someone who doesn't bite my tongue. I wouldn't say I'm antagonistic, I just put my foot down when needed. I look forward to being part of this community.
Hi! I'm Katie! I'm gonna be 30 this April 1st (not joking). I am very atheist, seeing all forms of religion as the root of evil and teachings hypocritical to say the least. But if I had to choose a favorite Bible passage it would be found in Matthew "if you see anything that causes you to want to sin, then you should pluck out an eye, for it is better to enter the kingdom of heaven with one eye than to burn in the pits of hell with two" I have no kids and I want to keep it that way. This is not debatable
I saw this site advertised on FB and thought "why not?". Grew up in the church, and most people I know assume I still go. I signed up on here thinking it may be nice to meet like minded people, and see what comes of it
It is sad people don't' discuss their fantasies more. You don't have to make them come true, just discuss it. My ex and I would do this all the time. Personally, liked imagining doing it somewhere exotic, while she like being in front of people. Therefore, I during sex I would describe the the audience praising us or something.
I work at a health food store and am getting a degree in geography and environmental studies. I have 2 grown kids. One still lives with me. I enjoy hiking, camping, biking, stand up paddleboarding and pretty much anything outdoors. People call me a hippie and I am. I am a liberal and I'm proud of that. I go to a Unitarian Universalist church once in a while and they just talk about love and helping people and that's what I'm all about. I always say that nature is my religion too but just because I feel so peaceful and joyful in nature.