I love the fact that no one is obsessed with sports! I mean, on other sites everyone talks about being a huge Seahawks fan or when I was in MA, Redsox.
Lots of other things but this by far is one of my top favorites.
Stimulating exchanges of ideas, so far, are inspiring and increase my expectations of being able to discover people, primarily female, with similar interests and passions. Romance, is certainly neither prerequisite or even primary. I happen to prefer exchanging ideas and sharing company and activities of shared interest with females.
We males, unfortunately, lack the GENERALLY better intellectual balance and physiological superiority possessed by females. The various male dominated social systems within which we live aptly demonstrate imbalance and results of having shut-out more than half of our kind from full participation.
Agnostic.com presents an inspiring amount of possibilities of finding others with this orientation with whom to expand and refine understanding in this area that I consider to be the surest road to social 'salvation'.
That hadn't occurred to me until this moment but you're correct.
I am indifferent to sports myself ... so maybe that's why I hang on a couple of other atheists / agnostic sites too, because come to it, they seldom discuss sports there, either. Wonder what's up with that.
Me during Super Bowl "Can you tell me when half-time starts? I want to see the commercials!". (Now with the internet I can just watch the best the next day).
Hated blood sports my entire life. Can't stand the thought that someone is throwing their life away with a TBI for someone's entertainment. Or ruining their knees... yup. Too empathetic for sports.
I did once see my Dad pull the arms off a rocking chair trying to "help the players" in a football game. His next sentence was "I can fix this honey!". Boy my Mom could chill you to the bone with that look.