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silvereyes
silvereyes8
Fuckin', USA

Agnostic, Humanist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Here for community

I'm here for good conversation & new friends. I'm friendly and despite the rumors, I don't care for the taste of human flesh... so don't be shy. P.S. Here for friends. Not looking for love.


I am slowly getting signs of age, though I'm still young. White hair, mild wrinkles around the eyes. I imagine it will compound, but there is something elegant and refined about older women. My grandmother is that way. I hope that I will become that way, too.

atheist
atheist8
Manitoba, Canada

Atheist
Here for community

I'm an old geezer with a dog (Sox) & a cat (Penny). Also a cynical philosopher & a closet comedian.


Only when someone reminds me! :)

sassygirl3869
sassygirl38698
Merrimack,, USA

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

Hi everyone out there I am a liberal political junkie. I'm not afraid to share my thoughts and opinions.. I'm all inclusive and like the people in my life to be open-minded.. I do not believe in organized religion. It promotes my god is better than your god. I think diversity makes us stronger. Very concerned about the social and political environment of this administration. I'm getting back to living after 5 years of putting my life on hold. I am healthy and looking forward to the future. I've been active mountain climbing, white water canoeing and kayaking, sailing, swimming and motorcycling. I've taught theatre, music and dance to handicapped children and appeared in community theatre. My friends would describe me as independent, spontaneous, sexual, adventurous and spicy. I am meeting new people here all over the States and overseas. I'd like to visit as many places as I can. I live 5 minutes from the airport. I've made arrangements should I find a travel partner. I will relocate for happiness. I am looking for a man who wants a monogamous healthy long term relationship. Some of my friends and relationships have been younger than me. My age range for dating is wide 50-70. My profile pic is August 2017. Feel free to message me.


Alaska earthquake today: Tsunami warning issued after 8.2 tremors strike off US coast | The Independent

It's 11:57 am here so I guess it's past-watching MSNBC News all morning
MsOliver
MsOliver7
Arkansas, USA

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

I teach high school English in a small Title I school in southern Arkansas. Despite the demographics of my school, I see a generation coming that is aware, informed, and open minded. Just as important, they outnumber the sellout Baby Boomers. Change is on the horizon, so the extremist, racist, greedy Evangelicals had better hold on to their hats! Also, I like rhetoric and have no issue with arguments, but I will not engage with people who do not provide evidence to back up their claims. If you want to argue, come ARMED with data.


Who in your family do you most admire?

I have a first cousin who's substantially younger than me who I admire a lot. He's a paramedic in Dallas and is constantly taking classes to improve his skills and ability to serve the public. He's also always studying philosophy, religion, etc. He's a gay man, which means he's been rejected by most of the family, including his parents, and despite that if someone in the family needed him for any reason, he'd be there in a heartbeat. He's a really nice guy too. The only issue I have with him is that he insists upon continuing to practice Judaism, but I'm determined to get him to give that nonsense up eventually!
BucketlistBob
BucketlistBob7
Gulf coast, Louisiana, sulphur, USA

Agnostic, Humanist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Here for community

Agnostic, skeptic, free thinker, married, & retired. Motto: Give a little - Take a little. Have as much fun as you can, but remember how you want to live when you get older. When you volunteer to carry the load, dont bitch about it. Be humble. If you know the answer, just say it. Nobody likes a smartass.


Welcome.... glad you found us. Have fun.

AMGT
AMGT7
California, USA

Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic
Here for community

Just a girl in the world


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MichaelSpinler
MichaelSpinler7
charlotte n.c. area, USA

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

hi, i am a long time anti theist atheist. living in the bible belt of all things, lol i debated theist on pal talk for years. so i am quite versed in the antics of god believers. i joined this hoping to run into some local atheist. no offence to those abroad, or a few states or more away.though i will talk with everyone. i would like to meet a single women. . there ya have it, lol


are you kidding me? all the proof is on tape. the guy acts like a child. treats women and brown skinned people like crap. give him a chance? like he did with obama? did you give obama a chance? did you respect him?

VictoriaNotes
VictoriaNotes7
MS Gulf Coast, USA

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

I renounced Christianity in 2000 and became a nonbeliever 5 years later. Deconversion was painstaking but I learned a lot during the process. Awe and wonder blossomed. As a seasoned blogger, I predominately write about the impact authoritarian religion has on the brain and society and the neuropsychological techniques used in religious indoctrination. My career started with the federal government in Washington, DC. and evolved to neurotechnology and entrepreneurship. I'm an autodidact, an avid reader, creative and quite curious. I've been widowed and divorced and single by choice for the last 7 years. It's been beneficial and fulfilling. This is a great community. (L) Thanks for the visit. (#) "There's no immense, eternal, perfect being watching our every move, elated at our triumpshs and devastated by our failures. We matter because we matter to each other, in our own short time span, on our own small scale. We make each other important." ~ Greta Christina, The Way of the Heathen


LOL Perhaps it will calm your amygdala down a bit if you look at the bigger picture, no pun intended. The comments here should help.

irascible
irascible7
Western Australia, Australia

Agnostic
Here for community

Detested by the God Squad. Merciless challenger of logical fallacies.


I would not teach a concept, I would enable an ability, that of being able to think analytically, critically, cogently, dispassionately (of the self), compassionately (of others), and creatively.

twshield
twshield7
Texas, USA

Agnostic, Humanist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Here for community

Hi, 46 Year old born in Qubec, Montreal, Westmount. My family moved to The United States when i was 16 years old. I have a Masters in Biology and curretly work in Cancer Research. I was raised and spent most of my life as a christian. First catholic and later baptist. I am a new Agnostic as of a year. I decided to convert because i have no desire to worship a man made God that i have no proof of existence other than words written by man. I do believe there is an entity or perhaps just the universe its self but i no longer believe in GOD and i work to better my life and resolve issues that arise myself because i realize that i am in control of my destiny.


Maybe they are not out LOL!!!

HeathenFarmer
HeathenFarmer7
Alberta, Canada, Canada

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Open to meeting women, transmen and others

Like my name implies I am a farmer who makes his living solely from farming an nothing else. I live in a community that is mostly Christian, rural and conservative. I am a socialist,an activist and I have ran for political office in our provincial legislature. I call myself a freethinker although I am a 100% atheist I believe in evidence based reasoning so, provide me evidence of the existence of gods and I would convert, so far no one has met that challenge. I have lived and still live a very outdoor life both at work and for leisure. I raise cattle, honey and forage that I direct market. I enjoy my life to the fullest and love how I make my living.


How comfortable are you with the idea of same gender sex?

I don't care what people do in the privacy of their bedrooms, it is none of my business.
evestrat
evestrat7
Manhattan, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Open to meeting men, women, transmen, transwomen and others

Classy, Sassy, and a bit Smart-Assy. Doctoral Candidate studying Social Psychology.


Cures for cancer, HIV/AIDS

resserts
resserts7
New York, USA

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

I'm looking mostly for friendship, stimulating conversation, etc., and this site looks like a good place to find like-minded people. I'm open to dating, but not primarily looking for anything in that respect. I generally identify as a non-theist. "Agnostic atheist" is certainly accurate, but I think a lot of people are confused by what those things mean and often bring their own loaded definitions to the conversation. "Non-theist" is a gentler way of saying pretty much the same thing, and doesn't immediately put theists on guard before a conversation has begun. Politically I'm center-left and consider extremist political views (on any side) to be detrimental to a stable society. I support government efforts to promote and protect rights, freedoms, and responsibilities without advocating for identity politics, and I support a government-based social safety net (including social infrastructure such as roads, education, and healthcare). I'm a vegetarian, but I don't mind that others are omnivorous. I don't smoke, and prefer that people I spend time with don't smoke (as the smell tends to give me headaches). I don't drink alcohol or take drugs, but don't mind their moderate consumption by others.


-_-

btroje
btroje7
New Mexico, USA

Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Spiritual, Antitheist
Open to meeting men

I am here because I don't care for religion or the fuzzy bearded god.I do sense energetic interconnectedness that may be explained more fully by physics at a later date,I enjoy observing nature and silence. I have my share of pets and livestock . I do art in practical way like building or working with fiber . While intelligent I don't feel the need to debate to prove it so I may not appear very intellectual on the page


never say never

Kreig
Kreig7
Invercargill, New Zealand, New Zealand

Freethinker
Open to meeting women

Fun-loving Australian who moved to New Zealand 4 years ago. I am a first aid instructor, and am also studying. No pets, no children; although I have 15 nephews and nieces back in Oz. Far from dogmatic, I appreciate intelligent conversation and enjoy discussing individual positions. I'm an adventurer, traveler, tramper (NZ word for hiker). Into comedy, movies, books, sport, theatre and embrace life opportunities that come along. Non-smoker, non-drug taker. Obviously interested in meeting people in New Zealand, but always happy to engage in witty conversation, whether that be light, fun chatting, or a more substantial in-depth conversation, with someone from anywhere. I imagine many agnostics have that same love of intelligent conversation, so please, don't be afraid to say hi! **I AM CURRENTLY AWAY FROM THE SITE. WHEN I RETURN, THIS NOTE WILL BE DELETED.**


How Long Do You Think You Would Survive On A Deserted Island?

My simple answer: *Better than most.....*
HippieChick58
HippieChick587
Omaha, USA

Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Freethinker
Open to meeting men

Single Atheist, Earthy and earth friendly. Love to garden. Love my cats. Grown kids and I have grandchild(ren). Love to travel, very crafty. Love good conversation. Liberal and passionate, open minded and tolerant. Looking for a partner for the rest of the journey.


Is your passport up to date?

snytiger6
snytiger67
Battle Ground, WA. USA, USA

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

Born into a Mormon family, but recovered. Have 5 siblings, 3 of which are still Mormon. I am the youngest. I am a gay man, primarily attracted to thin Asian and/or androgynous men. I don't smoke, only drink moderately and don't use drugs. I like to go on day hikes, ride my bike, and generally try to stay active as I get older. I am an avid reader. I like to go out, but not to places that are crowded. I am a naturist (nudist), mostly because it feels more natural to me to not wear clothing. I do not necessarily see nudity as sexual, and tend to keep nude recreation and sex as two separate activities. I am single, primarily because I am half blind, and on a fixed income and am not very ambitious. I wont' date smokers (I am very sensitive to smoke and the stench is very irritating to me). Also, I require complete honesty in a relationship, and few persons of capable of that. I just wont' settle for less than I want.


Is there a church for anthiest groups I need to know please

I can understand the feelings behind the question. We as animals evolved in groups., and that has been man's strategy for safety before we, as a species, started agriculture and built cities. The need to belong to a group is instinctual, but manifests in varying degrees from person to person. Fpr me, the hardest part of leaving religion wasn't givign up the ridiculous beliefs, but was in giving up my place of belonging in the group. Outside of belonging to a group I felt uneasy. Inside the group, although I never really felt like I totally belonged, I did at least feel safe and liek I had refuge to some degree. Making the transition form beign a part of hte group to standing alone is likely the hardest part of transition ihn leaving religion for most people, and is also why many peole who have doubts remain in religious groups. For anyone reading this, if you want the church liek atmosphere, there is always the Unitarian church which is nondenominational and accepts atheists with open arms. If you want to leave the church atmosphere behind totally, I'd suggest looking at meetup.com to find a social activity group where you have common interests with other members. You can achieve a sense of belonging in a group that does not share common spiritual beliefs, but has some other common interest that they have in common. You can do searches on meetup.com to see what interest groups are in your local area. You may also look for interest groups on Craig's List, under Community and Groups. Some people also find a sense of belonging by doing volunteer work. Hope this is helpful.
Paul628
Paul6287
Champaign, USA

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

Paul ===> Atheist. I was never raised in a religion so I luckily didn't have to deconvert, but I never really paid attention to religion one way or another. I didn't start to refer to myself as an atheist until my twenties when I realized how much religion was poisoning nearly everything in the US. It made me angry because I knew It didn't belong there. Anyway, enough about me, see you all out there. Paul


Nice.

GipsyOfNewSpain
GipsyOfNewSpain7
Las Vegas, USA

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

I am a Poet, Songwriter, Adventurer, Retired Military, US Navy, Had Lived in 3 European Countries, Born and Raised in The Caribbean, Twice Retired, Travel and Move A Lot as a True Gipsy in This Land. Taste in Music is Pretty Extensive and Multi Cultural... Still a Dancer until I die. Just returned to do Art after more than 36 years of abandon. Lot of Time In my hands Once Returning to Vegas. But in Maryland DC Area for a while. My Latest Sin... Shoes. What can I say... I had wore many hats in my life thinking of going back to many of those experiences now. Heart Never Broken. Never searched for or found the "holy grail". Very Open Minded as an Out of Planet Alien. Divorced since 2000. 3 adult children. Easy to get along. Relaxed, now out of the Rat Race hard to be bothered by the little stuff. In the afterlife I will have stories to tell and no regrets. I am Just a Tourist Here in this Life.


You have to wait to get to level 2 to find out... won't you?

MrLizard
MrLizard7
Gainseville, USA

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

I am a Mostly Straight* guy looking only for a woman who is like-minded about science and religion. (I am looking for a close relationship, but also for friends with similar "lack of belief".) I would love to be in a monogamous relationship, but have no intent to marry again. Been there. Failed at that. I miss simply dating for fun. Fun = travel, museums, good food, good wine, tender love-making, shopping for antiques and collectibles and getting to help my love have the kinds of fun SHE wants. I am not your average sports-loving masculine he-man. I love to bake and cook. I also like photography, bird-watching, and have an appreciation for weird things. I also love trying to be romantic and doing what it takes to make a woman happy. I'm a bit overweight but not really fat. I'm hairy. Blame Dad. I snore. So I'm told. You've been warned. . ................................................................. * Mostly Straight is a relatively new term for a man who sometimes finds other men romantically and/or sexually attractive. Like me, most never date or have sexual relations with another man. Statistically - we are very unlikely to. We just don't like denying that this somewhat more fluid orientation is a part of our make up. . I just wanted to get this revelation out of the way at the start because I tend to get invested in a relationship and then - because I'm terribly honest - this part of my nature slips out, resulting in an end to the relationship.


What should we do with Republican atheists/non-believers?

People should be free to have opinions, on this site, that do not sync with the majority. People should be free to be on the absolute opposite side of an issue, than the majority of us. Now: This site does not tolerate personal attacks. If this person was attacked in a manner that breaks our guidelines, the attacker should be warned. If it continues, the attacker should be blocked from the site. If you need help in monitoring complaints, some of us may be able to help moderate. In this case, it seems like the "victim" couldn't handle disagreement with his/her point of view. Leaving was *their* choice, unless they were truly victimized. If I joined a bible study site and posted what I believe, I would expect to have my ideas pummeled. If I was being misunderstood, it would be up to me to try to correct the misunderstanding. I had one of my comments attacked, recently. I could have taken it as a personal attack and complained. And, at first, I *did* take it personally. Then, I "Liked" the person's response, even though I don't agree with it. I recognize the member's right to be a jerk. I also did little to defend my point of view - but I *did* do that, making an effort not to attack the member personally, as I defended my point. As far as I know, we are both still members and can continue to get along civilly. This is what I **like** about this site. Please do not make agreement with one political viewpoint a requirement.


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