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silvereyes
silvereyes7
Fuckin', USA

Atheist, 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.


How do you deal with Door-knockers?

I live in the bible belt. I have this beautiful thing next to my door: https://smile.amazon.com/Soliciting-Business-Stylish-Outdoor-Knockers/dp/B01B39S9L8/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1508193094&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=no+religion+soliciting+sign&psc=1 Surprisingly, I've gotten a couple of compliments on it.
VictoriaNotes
VictoriaNotes7
MS Gulf Coast, USA

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

The most interesting question about religion isn’t whether a creator exists but why so many people are religious. I've been a nonbeliever for 12+ years and a blogger for close to 8, predominately writing about the impact religious indoctrination has on the brain and society. I'm an autodidact, an avid reader, creative and quite curious. My background is in entrepreneurship. I've been widowed and divorced, and single by choice for the last 7 years. This season of singleness has been quite beneficial, although considering a long-term heterosexual relationship with a non-believer sometime in the future is not out of the question. I'm basking in connectivity here. (L) Thanks for the visit. https://youtu.be/9D05ej8u-gU The most astounding fact . . .


Tommy, my heartfelt condolences. I lost my partner/husband in my late 20's. I was still a believer at the time and did find comfort in believing that someday we'd see each other again, so I understand where you're coming from. There is a support group on FB called Grief Beyond Belief. They also have a website. http://www.griefbeyondbelief.org/

daddy4pugs
daddy4pugs7
Manatee County, Florida, USA

Atheist
Open to meeting men

I am a gay atheist and an anti theist. I have been active in the movement for separation between church and state, LGBT rights, and the promotion of atheism for most of my life. I worked with Madalyn Murray O'Hair and her family, who founded American Atheists. I have made many TV and radio appearances in the past, appearing on Phil Donahue twice. I am a retired special ed teacher and have volunteered for animal rescue for many years. I have a home and property where I garden and keep many types of animals. I enjoy cooking, entertaining, discussion, street fairs, movies, trivia, and dark humor. My sister and good friends are a big part of my life, but I am missing an honest and loving man to share it with. I am originally from NY, but have been in Florida (Manatee County) for 26 yrs. I am HIV negative, 58 yrs old, and considered a bear type. I'm looking for a white or Latino man for a monogamous LTR.


Any gay atheists?

Yes, just joined today.
Paul628
Paul6287
Champaign, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
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


How do you tell religious people that you're an atheist?

I think before you say anything it would be wise to carefully consider the ramifications of letting it be known. Some people have been rejected to the point that their friends quit talking to them, co workers stop talking to you, in some cases I've even heard about parents kicking teenagers out of their house.
MustardSeed
MustardSeed6
Washington DC, USA

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

I am a professional well established in my career. I travel a lot. I am a well fount of useless information. I kid myself that the more esoteric the information is, the more likely I will be to remember it. I am a formidable partner in trivia games as long as we stay away from sports and religion... then I am a dead weight. I am an atheist leaning agnostic. I don't see any evidence of a creator and I am doubtful of one existing. I have been a nonbeliever ever since I can remember. My parents didn't try to fill me with religion and gave me the freedom to make up my own mind. Life should be fun and we should relish the chance to be playful. Life sucks enough all by itself and we shouldn't add to that. I am looking for both friends and a relationship. I am a nerd. I like games, reading science fiction and the history of science, and trying out new things. I was born curious and I like to continually learn. I am an die-hard optimist.


So I have found that most people who claim to be religious are religious in name only. And when you start asking questions that really matter, and they start thinking for themselves as opposed to regurgitating what they have been told, they come around. Or as I start asking real questions they kick me out...

snytiger6
snytiger67
Battle Ground, WA. USA, USA

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


My first thought is to take them apart and recycle them,or at least he parts that can be recucled. Ar oru house we tend to shred bank statements and any personal info and then put the shredded paper into our compost. My nephew also uses old school papers to start the BBQ or fire pit. We also tend to put ashes into the compost and/or yard debris pile. Note: If a Bible contains a family history or geneology, you may want o scan it into a digital file before doing any of the above, just in case other family members would like access to it.

wordywalt
wordywalt6
Florida, USA

Humanist, Secularist, Freethinker
Here for community

retired educator who grew up in the southern bible belt, but row totally rejects that biased culture. Profoundly influenced by several years in Berlin, Germany at the height of the Cold War.


How do you deal with Door-knockers?

Politely tell them you are not interested.
AMGT
AMGT7
California, USA

Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic
Here for community

Just a girl in the world


Do you believe in Karma?

No, I dont’t believe in karma in any sense. What you’ve described sounds like empathy that lends to our humanity which is a result of both nature and nurture. No words with esoteric leanings are necessary :)
atheist
atheist7
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.


What is your response when people say i'll pray for you?

I'd prefer $.
tsjames
tsjames6
British Columbia, Canada

Atheist, Humanist, Secularist
Here for community

Does infinite punishment for finite crimes sound just to you?
Of course it is not just. But it sure helps keep the peons in line! It's probably worth recalling that the idea of hell is not universal to all the 'major' religions.
resserts
resserts5
New York, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Antitheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
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.


What moral code do you follow now that you are non-religious?

I spent a little while just now thinking about how to answer this, going back and forth between formal moral codes like humanism and stoicism and contemplating the value in Buddhist philosophy and the LaVeyan Satanism code of conduct. But, realistically, I've never looked to any structured ethics for how I live life day to day. My personal philosophy can be summed up in a few pithy statements. 1. Live and let live. 2. Do no harm. 3. Help others. Obviously these are oversimplified and lack any semblance of nuance, but the core of how I live my life comes down to these basic principles.
mt49er
mt49er5
Montana, USA

Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Open to meeting women

If you could end all wars, or end all religions, which one would you choose?
Most wars are fought due to religions while god is always on both sides!
SamL
SamL7
Bucharest , Romania

Agnostic, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Spiritual, Believer
Open to meeting women

Having spent most of my life in the US struggling to hang on I finally chose to let go and let the flow of the Universe take me where it will. I have no regrets. I look forward to what each new day brings and am ever so grateful to be where I am, have what I have, and still have my little girl dog with me. Each new day brings its challenges, successes, defeats, lessons, and adventures. I hope one day to find a new home. I am grateful for each new day the Universe gives me. If you see me as an old fool you're probably right. I have a lot to learn for an older guy I see myself as one of the most naive people on the planet. I'm not afraid to admit when I'm wrong. Thus, I have tons of questions of why things are the way they are. I'm not looking for a debate. I'm looking for a friendly discussion.


If you were brain dead and on life support, would you want your family to pull the plug?

How would I know? If it wasn't my time to die, I wouldn't.
kiramea
kiramea4
Springfield, MO, USA

Atheist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
Open to meeting men

You know how life sometimes looks at you and laughs? Well, that about sums up my life. At this moment in time I'm almost 59 but most of the time feel 30. I am multi-tattooed (it's the only habit I allow myself) and occasionally pierced. I have 3 kiddos who usually act older than me. Luckily I don't embarrass them much and all their friends thinks I'm the cool mom. I haven't decided if that's a good thing though. Life treats me well so I try to treat it well.


How do you make life meaningful without the help of religion?

Religion has nothing to do with whether or not your life is meaningful or good. You alone are responsible with how your life turns out.
MichaelSpinler
MichaelSpinler7
charlotte n.c. area, USA

Atheist, Humanist, Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker
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


Is belief in a god rational?

its the very definition of irrational . faith is a stupid way to accept things to be true, if it was science , there would be empirical evidence, and it would be learned in science class..
ErichZannIII
ErichZannIII6
New York, USA

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

In my experience, there is no "objective truth". All "truth" is colored by one's experience, and most severely by their senses. Because people don't literally share senses (in that we are not of one literal mind (think hivemind, like in the Alien movies), we can never be sure that what I experience is what you experience. We can go through the processes of doing a legitimate science experiment, and a thousand other people can repeat the same experiment. But until we can achieve telepathy or thought sharing technology or powers, we can never be sure of having the same results. To me, this is kind of depressing, that even two people who agree on everything might not really be agreeing, since they might be having two different experiences but calling it the same thing. Now, here's the question. What are your thoughts on this?


Why do you reject the idea of religion?

I think that religion is by and large an outdated social and political construct. In the past, it was necessary to make sense of what happened. When a storm destroyed a town, a god did it, and so on. Now, we know why these things happen. Science can explain all these things. But religion itself has no proof. They demand that you have faith, and that just doesn't work for me.
Hellbent
Hellbent5
South Australia, Australia

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

I’m a 70 year-old Australian, born in Smithton, a small town in north-west Tasmania, but now living in South Australia.I enjoyed all the benefits of a Catholic education: that is, I left school able to read and write, only mildly psychopathic and with a good working knowledge of masturbation. After a couple of years at university, where I achieved mediocre results and learned to drink, I spent about 10 years as an unskilled labourer in various parts of the country. At different times I was a fitter’s assistant, a fruit picker, a shunter (google it), and a clerk. I’ve worked in a wool store, a supermarket, a pea cannery, a steelworks, a spark plug factory, a tin mine, an iron ore processing plant and on a motor vehicle assembly line. I’ve mixed various bituminous emulsions and a range of additives for concrete. I’ve been a member of the Wool and Basil Workers’ Union, the Australian Railways Union, the Australian Workers’ Union, the Federated Ironworkers’ Association and the Storemen and Packers’ Union. Most of those organisations are now defunct, some of them for reasons not associated with my membership. In 1977 I took a day off from my job in a shoe polish factory to sit a competitive examination for admission to the Victorian public service. Shortly afterwards I found myself in the State Health Department paying subsidies to kindergartens. Following a series of events that are too boring even for me to relate, I wound up working for the Medical Board and subsequently for the Psychologists Registration Board and the Dental Practice Board. Eventually I moved here to South Australia and, in time, became CEO of the South Australian Branch of the Australian Dental Association. I’ve now retired. I’m interested in history, literature (especially poetry and fiction), sport (especially horse racing, cricket and Australian Rules football), politics (as a spectator sport) and most social issues. Try my blog at https://theblackflagweb.wordpress.com


Old movies?

To the question "What's your favourite movie" I have different answers at different times. But The Third Man is certainly one of my favourites.
Diarmaede
Diarmaede5
California, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Freethinker, Spiritual
Open to meeting women

I like to laugh and make other people laugh. I like to hike and go for bike rides. I like to prepare and eat good food, sometimes with a nice bottle of wine. I like to develop sustainable technologies, such as electric cars, solar power systems and satellite systems that monitor the health of our planet. I don't like to play games with relationships. I don't like being used. I really don't like traffic.


Is it normal or healthy to prefer to spend the majority of my time alone?

I cherish my alone time. That said, I also love the 50% of my life when I am taking care of my kids, and I would jump at the chance to have custody of them full-time. Being alone can be a very good thing. Being lonely is another matter...
LoveThyDog
LoveThyDog6
Florida, USA

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

When did you first doubt religion?
I was about 12 or 13 when I realized all the biblical stories were total fiction, but I guess partly due to my Catholic upbringing, and attending Catholic school for 12 years, it took me until about my mid-twenties to embrace the theory of evolution (since it was never taught in school), and I soon went from believer to agnostic to a militant atheist; meaning that though I don't go out of my way to mock the religious, I have no problem making a 'holier than thou' religious zealot cringe if he/she tries to push their asinine view on me.
gearl
gearl5
Arizona, USA

Atheist
Here for community

Is there a documentary or book that really changed the way you thought about life?
There were many but “1984” was most influential. I was a JW and the similarity was so evident. Twenty-five years later “The God Delusion” was instrumental in my finally accepting myself as an atheist rather than just labeling myself an agnostic.


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