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kmdskit3
kmdskit37
Minnesota, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Antitheist
Open to meeting women

Getting out of very long term relationship/marriage and am searching for physical and emotional intimacy as well as friends. Questioning almost everything about relationships right now so can't promise anything long term. Will always be respectful and honest and expect that of you too. Self-awareness and emotional health/intelligence very important. Ability to let loose and have fun a must. I try to be very physically active and hope you are too. I like cats and yes, I am a serious lifter: at least as much as my old joints let me. :)Science Fiction/Fantasy fans a plus. Politically left-leaning important.


INCEL subculture

At least one. I think he's been kicked off.
DonThiebaut
DonThiebaut6
Richlands, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Antitheist
Open to meeting women

Short version: I'm a single father (of a wonderful 5 year old daughter!), an avid nerd, a handyman when I need to be, a gamer when I can be. Longer version: I grew up as the youngest of 3 boys in a poor family in northern Michigan. My parents weren't stuck in tradition, and wanted to raise us kids to be intelligent and compassionate. In school, I had a few good friends, but was generally socially ostracized. I got into gaming as a way of meeting new people and having friends. I got a job at the local game store a little while after school, and loved it. The owner didn't want to pay me, so I started my own store. I ran it semi-successfully for a while, before meeting someone. Two mouths to feed was too much for a small town start-up, so I took a new job. We got married, had a kid, and moved to somewhere warmer, NC. Things fell through, and she left. Now it's me and my daughter just trying to get by. I'm a gamer, science lover, arm-chair philosopher, and progressive. I'm a lot more, too, so if you are curious, please ask!


I hope I do, but I might need some help getting there. 😉

Tcstrause
Tcstrause3
Marion, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Antitheist
Open to meeting women

Looking for likeminded individuals in my area. I pick a little bit of guitar and do some singing. I enjoy writing songs and poetry.


You become a gawd!

Bigwavedave
Bigwavedave2
North Carolina, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist
Here for community

Thank you for being part ofmy life. I wouldnt presume to part wisdom.
Merrydelight
Merrydelight6
Arkansas, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Antitheist
Open to meeting men

Just moved to Arkansas; wow, what a culture shock! I bought a hobby farm with beautiful mountain views and uber privacy. I love this simple life but I'm still trying to adapt to the local mores.


Be safe!

FortyTwo
FortyTwo8
Everett, USA

Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Antitheist
Open to meeting women

I'll write a bit of crap here but why don't you get to know me through what I write on the rest of the site? It's what I'm going to do to you. :) I'm a divorced, newly minted retiree that may need to rejoin the workforce to help out my Alzheimery folks. I'm pretty thrilled about it but, you know, that's life. They did teach me how to use a spoon after all. I have 2 dogs that are officially the best in the world. We voted on it and it was a unanimous 3-0, so there. Don't like it you should quit skipping the staff meetings. If I ever manage to take a selfie that isn't cringe-worthy I'll post it. I'm not hideous or anything, just a really, really bad photographer and an even worse model. So, for now, I'm going with a pic of my spirit animal. A long distance, serious relationship is something I'm not really looking for. I've done it and found it's just not for me. If you happen to be beige or lighter in skin tone this is for you: http://www.upworthy.com/7-ways-to-be-a-better-ally-in-2018


Reincarnation or DNA Memory?

Neither. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8WOHN3IqM8
FinchiMcQ
FinchiMcQ6
The Deserted West, USA

Agnostic, Skeptic, Freethinker
Here for community

Finchi is the name!😀 I'm a singer🎤, a bass guitarist🎸 and a published author📚.. My time⌚consists of being a family gal 👪, a rock and roll band musician🎼 and a creative outlet🎨.. I'm allergic to awkward silences and I can't stand eggs🍳. I tend to be very open and childlike towards the people in my inner circle..💫 I'll go to In & Out 🍔🍟 before I go to a fancy restaurant. People say I have the mannerisms of a dude. ( I gave birth😔... so I'm definitely not a dude...) Woe to those....👹...the terrible majority...🏰 ...wavering 👣 outside my perimeter...knobby knuckles rattling the gates enclosed around my vulnerability...their haunting eyes 👀brimming with a tainted hunger that only the metallic taste of predatory dominance can quelch... Not my kind of people...💉 Anyways, my pseudonym (the fake name I gave myself to justify my modesty) is Spider McQueen if you care to Google🔎a bitch and look up my work.📋 Every📺thing is bullshit to me usually...so I try not to take anything too serious if I can help it. None of us are gonna make it out alive... Open to meeting men and women for intellectual 🔬conversation, critical🔭 thought, 🎊partying🎉, 🍸booze🍻🍷, 👫👭orgies👭👬👫💃, drugs💊 rock & roll🎵🎶! Not looking for a relationship AT ALL.....Kapeesh?? ✌


What are your thoughts on sleeping in the bed with multiple pets?

Next step...bestality.
DarrelScott
DarrelScott4
Temple, USA

Agnostic, Atheist
Open to meeting women

I am a divorced atheist in the Temple, Texas area who would love to connect with fellow freethinkers, male and female. I enjoy camping and motorcycle riding and intelligent discussions. I am retired from the Air Force.


I know a woman whose son died of a heart attack at age 44. He left her four grandchildren, yet she regretted not aborting him because her feelings out weighed his life

bigpawbullets
bigpawbullets4
Down By The Clear Creek, USA

Secularist, Freethinker, Spiritual
Here for community

If you're able to settle for a friend I think you'll be fine. I would suspect you might have problems down the road as a "couple". Manage your expectations and you'll be fine.
Rudy1962
Rudy19628
Wisconsin, USA

Humanist
Open to meeting women

What? I never filled this out? I'm laid back to a fault. I'm not that motivated but manage to work and spend a lot of time with my young children. I'm a proud liberal in a populist sense. I have an aversion to elitism, but even more so to social and economic injustices. That being said, I probably appear to be a redneck from a distance. I like fishing, watching sports, and when I drink alcohol it is beer. I live in a crappy little apartment and that's how I like it. The older I get the more I prefer my own company to almost everyone I know. I talk to people all day long and do enjoy it in that capacity. I believe I am very level headed in a low key way. Mindfulness has helped me understand myself better over the years. Hmmmm...Is this the kind of stuff I'm suppose to be putting on this bio?


Losing friends

It's a good way to weed people out. Do you really want to hang out with someone who questions your morality because you don't share their delusion?
blazm
blazm2
Texas, USA

Skeptic
Open to meeting men

Kik: blazm


When I was jobless 2 years ago

TiberiusGracchus
TiberiusGracchus6
Covina, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Here for community

Just some boring guy on the internet looking for anyone to engage in interesting discussion. I am interested in world history, some topics in philosophy, though I am also just interested in learning new things. Currently pursuing an Associate’s in Accounting.


What is your favorite season and why?

Winter. I live in LA so we don’t get the grueling unbearable Minnesota winters. I just like it being a bit chilly out.
Clare
Clare7
LAS VEGAS, USA

Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Antitheist
Open to meeting women

I am a widower, my wife and I was married for 36 years. I work for Goodwill of So. NV. Been there going 6 years now. I have lived in Las Vegas since 1969. I am a Vietnam era vet. I am very devoted, my word is my bond. It's kind of old school, but that is how I am. Hate religion its been the death of many through self-interpretations and self-justifications. I would guess you could say that I am an aggressive atheist when it comes to religion. Studied and practiced Buddhism which I think is more of a mind science than a religion, in fact, you can totally remove the religious bs from it and it will do just fine. Thank You for reading. Didn't learn a whole lot about me did ya.


Had one once, that's about it. Nothing to get excited about.

msar0414
msar04145
Massachusetts, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Antitheist
Open to meeting men, women, trans men, trans women and others

Losing friends
I've had people distance themselves because of it. That's on them and their ignorance. If you already knew me to be a good person but then the fact that I'm atheist forced you to distance yourself from me, totally on you. I'm more than happy to answer any questions as to why, and what brought me here. That being said, one of my closest friends is a devout Baptist. She and I get along on every other level.
DanceGoat
DanceGoat4
Oregon, USA

Agnostic, Secularist, Skeptic
Open to meeting men and trans men

Men and makeup
I would absolutely date a man who wears makeup (and have in the past). Willingness to go against societal norms and comfort with creative gender expression require a certain self awareness. That's sexy.
Anniemae
Anniemae4
Illinois, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Freethinker, Spiritual
Open to meeting men

Interested in getting to know like minded men! Open minded and free thinker....


I commend the officer for taking him peacefully. In the U.S. dude would have died!

thinkwithme
thinkwithme5
New Mexico, USA

Agnostic, Humanist, Freethinker
Here for community

I spend a lot of time considering the social constructionist viewpoint, our perceptions of a shared reality is defined and redefined through conversations. I like talking, dancing, yoga, reading, hiking, camping, music, art, outside, my teenagers. I think that Warhol was right, there is something likable about everyone. Candid. I'll write a book someday :-)


Do you believe in Karma?

I think when we are careless with others, we may be more likely to be careless with ourselves. If I am a person, my attitude towards people is going to logically have a relationship to my attitude towards myself. Bullies and victims both suffer side effects from abuse that interfere with their lives. People who see themselves and helpful to those around them, tend to feel better. If that is karma, then I guess I do believe in that. https://www.randomactsofkindness.org/the-science-of-kindness
Honestape
Honestape6
USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Spiritual
Open to meeting women

I'm an English teacher and I am currently writing about the divide between the American public and experts in academic fields. Looking for someone to take over the world with. Message for details.


I have 3 answers, two from PZ Meyers and Matt Dillahunty, and one is my own. PZ Meyers says nothing can prove it because we don't have the capacity to distinguish between a God and just a really powerful, smart being. Matt Dillahunty says he doesn't know, but if there is a God, then surely they know much better than evangelicals, so the fact that he hasn't been convinced is strong evidence against a God that at least wants him to be convinced. I also say I don't know. PZ Meyers is probably right, but I have no idea what I'm genuinely capable of. When I was a Christian, I had no idea what information would convince me of evolution, but here I am, pretty convinced. When it came down to it, there was a definition given and evidence which met the definition. Authority was involved too: those called experts were trustworthy in competence and honesty regarding the topic.

doug6352
doug63524
New Jersey, USA

Freethinker
Here for community

Eating Dark Chocolate Will Make You Smarter, Says Best Study Ever
That explains the high quality of my posts. LOL I prefer 85% dark chocolate.
zeuser
zeuser6
Cary, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Open to meeting women

After 41 years in the work force as a planner, demographer, economist, financial programmer, tech support manager, technical writer, development manager and data architect, I've recently retired. So I have the time. I'm liberal, atheist, funny and quick. I love watching someone eat my cooking and enjoy it, and life without wine hardly seems worth the effort. Got a lot of friends around town including my 2 grown kids. First drink is on me.


Ask me about what I'd do for a legitimate canoli. You'd be surprised, but in a good way.



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