Christian from 3 to 39, painful deconversion process the last 20 years of it. Proud momma of two great boys: a teen and a tween. One thing that I know for sure is that this beautiful life is all that matters, might as well enjoy it.
Believe it or not, you should post that on your profile page here. There's been plenty of Jesus freak men on agnostic.com lately and they WILL message you. If I find out a man's number one lover is Jesus I'll block him before he gets a chance to wax on, wax off to any of my pictures.
To sum it all up... I’m a Certified Medical Assistant, Movie Enthusiasts, Dc/Marvel fan, Minimalist, Geek, Coffee Addicted (ha), Hammocker, Camper, Vanlife, former Boy Scout Leader, former mobile Disc Jockey,Technology Enthusiasts, 1st Degree Black Belt in TKD, Photographer, Videographer, & a Vlogger. AND I’M SINGLE. (Insert laughter here!) Way tooo many interests & hobbies to list in this box. https://youtu.be/3gRothrs7NM
Cats, cats, fats cats and how do you assuage PTSD? Tom Waits, some Bob Dylan, ice cream. Never Poe, or The Cure, even though it feels right. I'm a bit Bukowski, with a side of Carlin, with boobs, but not alcoholic. Lucky me!
I don't either, so I just don't. At least you are still trying. Keep your standards up, don't change yourself if it isn't you. It won't sit well with you, ever. Much love and respect.
Do not message me. I despise religions, conspiracy theories, homeopathy, superstitions, misogynists, and anything that is scientifically unprovable. I adore coffee, forensic anthropology, archaeology, hikes, jelly beans, intelligent conversations, baby giggles, nature, and long walks off of short piers.
Oh, what a beautiful place! I have some precious memories from that area. Thank you for sharing. I hope you had a wonderful time!
Activist, writer, poet, traveler, live music enthusiast, and more 😉
I'm 5.9" average looking guy looking for a long term thing. I just moved to Florida, so I'm new in the area. i will like to meet someone loving, caring and understanding. I want someone who's not afraid to share this beautiful with me. I love to learn about new places, people and cultures. I like to be in harmony with the world around me. Wow, that sounds new age, but I'm very down to earth. I like music alot and keep up with many things, social issues,culture people. I especially value humor, being able to laugh at yourself, being able to communicate, social issues,staying healthy, and the freedom to think out of the box. I also like watching movie, swimming and hearing people's stories. I'm looking for a companion someone with her own life, yet also able to make the compromises that life sometimes requires. My outlook on life is ambitious, independent and virtuous. I love to hang out with creative and cultured people or country folks.
Dracula was the only movie I could remember that I watched over and over. I could remember I was holding my dad arms so tight and covering my face when I first watched the movie with my dad. I think I got interested in watching horror and vampire movie through the movie.
Single father to an amazing 4-year-old daughter. Born and raised in N.Y. Living in Ohio. Music lover, into reading, learning, growing, tea parties and arts and crafts with my little one.
You're being a frustrated single parent who has to pick up the slack of the other parent. I know this frustration, well.
Recently divorced and dealing with the fallout of losing what I hold most dear. Picking up the pieces, as they say, though I feel my fate is to be the same as Humpty Dumpty's. I'm not really looking for anything relationship-wise. If I hit it off with someone, great. I'm not going to say no to a good fit, but it's not a priority right now. Friends are most welcome.
Athiest Humanist. "Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another". CARL SAGAN "Of course, you only live one life, and you make all your mistakes, and learn what not to do, and that's the end of you". RICHARD FEYNMAN Do not pass by my epitaph, traveler. But having stopped, listen and learn, then go your way. There is no boat in Hades, no ferryman Charon, No caretaker Aiakos, no dog Cerberus. All we who are dead below Have become bones and ashes, but nothing else. I have spoken to you honestly, go on, traveler, Lest even while dead I seem talkative to you. (Translated from an Ancient Roman tombstone) What can be asserted without evidence...can be dismissed without evidence. The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown. Good judgement comes from experience and experience comes from poor judgement.
Hilarious..keep 'em coming..!
From West Yorkshie but living in the West of Ireland my favorite things are cooking, laughing and kissing in no particular order.
48 hour cold fermented dough seems much more digestable to me.
I enjoy traveling, a good craft beer, an engaging conversation, and a good laugh. I'm confident, patient, goal oriented, and prefer to be low stress. In other words, I play the long game, which fits well with my INTJ personality type. Never been married and no children other than my 2 dogs. How did I manage that? Simply contacted a few dog rescues ;) My dogs don't get on the furniture and aren't allowed on the bed. I occasionally foster dogs for an Aussie rescue when circumstances allow. As for no kids/spouse, my life was very busy and I was rarely in one location for long (Air Force officer for 10 years). It's hard to settle down when the pace of life is so fast, but things are much slower now. Hell, I drive a station wagon with a Dr. Who plate frame. I know, the best combo of style and sexy. I'm looking for someone who is gentle, curious about the world, physically active, can break me out of a South American prison, likes dogs, is ok with calling me a dork on a regular basis, and is ready for a long-term relationship. You know, someone to take one of those Machu Picchu pictures that are all the rage. With that said, I'm over 40 and won't change much. There will be no shaping or molding me into something else; however, I can be nudged and, if the situation warrants it, thrown off a cliff when you're frustrated with me.
Fire pit last night.
Atheist. Love my job. Love New Mexico. Single.
I was in the Navy for twelve years so I was a sailor. Now that I have the time I'm a musician. Please don't believe everything your mother told you about sailors and or musicians. It's all true of course but you don't have to believe it do you? My greatest achievement was my watch station on board my first ship. There I was, a nineteen year old Gunnersmate standing at the helm of a Navy destroyer cutting through the Atlantic ocean. Driving the ship wasn't a complicated thing but did I ever feel powerful. It's one of my fondest memories. I've been on this site for a few days and am rather surprised that we of like mind are really diverse and contrary with each other at times. We do seem to agree on discarding the idea of religion and that's become a deal breaker for me in meeting people for dating or friendship. I met a woman who wanted to convince me (high school dating game) that she wouldn't have sex with me cause she's a good girl. She was a preacher's ex wife. I don't want a good girl, I want a girl who isn't afraid of her sexuality and is not afraid of exploring. The key word is consensual. I want a relationship that is based on sharing not requiring or needing someone to make me happy. I'll take care of that myself. I sing and play guitar for fun and sometimes money. I admit I also play a banjo and if you can play a bluegrass fiddle I will worship you.
When I greet someone I know I use an appropriate greeting because I know them. If it’s someone I don’t know I always use Sir for a man and Ma’am for a woman. I understand that ma’am is not received well by women depending on age and upbringing but what alternative is there?
I'm an artist by nature and trade, but I have a pretty good day job so I don't become a **starving** artist. And by "artist," I mean in many ways. I used to tattoo and pierce professionally, but currently my focus is on writing sci-fi/fantasy/horror/comedy/romance novels, sculpture, drawing, painting, 3D modeling and 3D printing, cosplay, props, costumes, creature fx makeup, martial arts, blacksmithing, and making music on my computer. I'm a trans woman/lesbian who is too old, poor, and scared of judgment and surgery to transition. I talk a lot, but I'm secretly an introvert. I am always trying to learn more about almost everything. I watch a lot of TV, movies, and YouTube videos. I curse like a sailor but try not to be vulgar, as I'm a bit prudish. I smoke weed and the occasional clove cigarette. I do not drink alcohol of any kind, and never have. Okay, that's about it. Thanks for reading! Message me if you want to know more!
I was working at Sears the time and a random redneck came in and began berating me for my nosering at first. It turned into a religiously based argument when he noticed I had tattoos and he brought up Leviticus. That's when I responded with, "Thank you for your judgement. I'm sure your god is proud of you for your hatred. Tell him I said 'hi' and 'I'm doing just fine without him'. Be sure to let me know what he says. You know where to find me. Buh-bye now." He didn't take the hint, so I ended up with him following me around and berating me as I did my job while ignoring him. Finally, he cornered me in the bathroom. With no witnesses, or cameras, I told him he was an idiot, a poor excuse for a human being, and a shameful example of his sincerely held beliefs. I also told him that if he followed me out of the bathroom, that I didn't care enough about my minimum wage part time-job to not make sure he left without a limp. Especially with a McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, Walmart, and Lowe's right across the street. He didn't follow me out of the bathroom.
I got on this site because it was a place to meet people that don't want religion in their life. So many have been duped by the brainwashing techniques of religion. So many wars are going on in the name of someone's religion. It has caused families to split, relationships to end, communities to be divided, nations to fight, it's pathetic and sad. If you are a dumpster supporter, don't bother me with your nonsense. Now that is established, some fun facts about me. Love my rock music, mostly 80's metal hair bands, horror movies, car shows, the outdoors and camping. I have a group on here called sun/moon/stars if your interested in the outdoors and camping. Can't pass up an auction or good yard sale. A weird fact is that I can't stand the smell of coffee or drink it. Drama free & plan to keep it that way. Also, I am a gun owner but not a conservative & a Harley owner. Still feel like I am in my 30's and sometimes act like it too. My attitude is don't let things pull you under or it will cover you up with dirt quicker than you can blink an eye. I come down the road of hard knocks as they say but it has made me strong & kept me humble. I'm a bit off the beaten track. If you have a twisted, sick sense of humor, like an Italian woman who speaks her mind and is independent and ok with that, pop me a message. I don't bite.. hard. :)
Wow,never heard this version before... really cool.. so good.
My motto is never look back always look forward and everyone deserves to be happy. I'm a woman who has a very strong desire for a long term relationship, a woman that has love in abundant and is ready to give it out to a man that needs care and support in life. I'm a simple woman who enjoy simplest things in life, but I need a man to share with me this nice life. I just wanna love and be loved, honest, respect. Although every relationship has it up and down I will treat my man with love and respect. I want a man who is ready to be treated with honor, respect, plenty of affection & desire to build a strong honest relationship. I would love a long term relationship, providing the feeling is mutual & the chemistry is there.
I am an atheist. I was a Christian and Bible teacher for 30 years. In 2010 I had a crisis of faith which resulted in a breakdown and 4 months of suicidal thoughts. When you are a devout Christian and you conclude through logic and reason that 'God' is NOT all-loving , all-powerful and all-knowing, it is as traumatic as losing a loved one in death, a divorce, life-threatening illness or financial ruin. The psychologists and therapists who deal with loss of faith will tell you this. I was agnostic until 2014. I had come to terms that there was a God, or could be a God, but not an all-knowing, all-loving, all powerful God. Then I started to watch debates featuring Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins on YouTube. After a year of informing myself with those debates, and assenting to their ideas as valid in my own experience, I came to consider myself an atheist.
It's easy - I always sit in my home or the homes of others. I developed this habit when I got married and realized I did not need to stand and splash water and urine out of the bowl and onto the vanity for my ex to clean. Also, you never have to worry about putting the seat back down.
I guess I'm not so "new" anymore. A little background: I grew up in Puerto Rico and moved to South Florida when I began high school. I attended Catholic school from 1st-8th grade, but by 6th I had some doubts. In my doubts I made friends outside of my religion, spent a lot of time with them-went to their church or asked lots of questions to them and their elders. I read and read and questioned... No Trump. I may respond, I may not. I won't respond to pushyness... I have my own beat- you don't like it, keep scrolling. I'm having fun. No expectations.
The three pictures change if here for the community? Hmmm... maybe it's time I change my "status".... 🤔
Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world...wait that's not me. I live in the burbs. Hi, my name is Stephanie. I joined this site initially to maybe find a nice guy who wasn't into religion but quickly realized this is so much more than a dating site. Now I'm here for the awesome community and if something more happens that will be an added perk. A little about me... I'm a single mom who loves music, tacos and sarcasm. I'm an ambivert who enjoys nights out with good friends just as much as quiet nights in. I'm a little shy at first but warm up pretty quickly. I am a bright blue dot in a red state. If you want to know more feel free to ask.
I love politics, movies, music, cooking and growing things. I write poetry and make my own soap. I am a veteran.
I love movies. I love music. I love comics. I love eating out and hanging out. I'm a Hitchens type of atheist, and I can be a hoot sometimes. I'm a lot of fun.
Blade Runner 2049 is just as powerful after every viewing (I've seen it over 10 times).
Hey. If you women want me to take you out to dinner just ask me. I'll say yes. Must be mature enough and be sexually uninhibited. I won't be reliving school dating rituals with you. Sex and orgasms are available but optional. I'm retired, former house mover, now I give them away IF you and your family and friends are willing to do the work required. Its not that hard. I'll teach you how to fund the land etc. There is an opportunity for a host/hostess for podcasts to show people how to do what I teach you. If I contact you and offer you money it's because I read you are going through a rough time. Take it. I ask that you register with PayPal and give me your cell number to make it easy for me to transfer it. I will not call you and more than likely forget I did it. Tom Canavan Cascade, VA.
Same here, admin told me to change my miles to change faces. I got one new face.
I am a cautious pilgrim of the night, a tentative wanderer among the stars. My awareness of my home in the universe is fleeting and incomplete. Into the homeless home of the sun-faced buddha I have stepped but briefly. My quest, such as it is, is rewarded with faint lights and scrawny cries, a trait here and trait there, a hint of the infinite and a tingle in the spine. Of "minute particulars" I will make my way. —“The Soul of the Night” by Chet Raymo My sense of unyielding melancholy brings all the existentialists to the yard. You had me at “staring into the abyss.” Stark in the streets, wildling in the sheets. 6’ INFP Buddhist/Satanist, monogamous, sapiosexual, cunning linguist, musician, geek, farmer, progressive. No kids, never married, living a monastic level of solitude for longer than anyone should. Radically honest, ask me anything.
Top 5 things I learned from Charlie Murphy/Chappelle’s show early on: 1. Cocaine is a hell of a drug 2. You don’t slap a man unless you’re ready to fight 3. Never play basketball with Prince 4. Diversify yo bonds, N-words. 5. How am I gotta sleep when I’m high on crack, Rhonda? Chinese riddle for you.