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FuckReligion
FuckReligion5
Fontana, USA

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

I'm here because I don't have a lot of atheist people to talk to. Primarily, I'm here looking fer love. I don't want religion in the mix. I play a lot of video games. I like to write poems, lyrics, novels, short stories. I like mythology and literature. I practice jiu-jitsu and boxing a little. I really want to get into parkour and breakdancing. I would like to travel to awesome nature places like Havasupai Falls, the mountains where they filmed LOTR, space. I like the adventure. I like studying human behavior. The dynamics of individuals and collectives. Sociology, behavioral psychology, anthropology, no apologies. Bars. I love food. Tacos, sushi, pho, InNOut, bacon wrapped anything, ceviche, baby carrots and celery, chicken wings, those biscuits at Red Lobster, the salad at Olive Garden... it goes on. Favorite movies and shows: Fight Club, Fight Club, and Fight Club. And BrBa. And Friends, Fresh Prince, Seinfeld. Books: The Modern Day Prometheus. The Lucifer Effect. Helter Skelter. Brave New World. Iliad. Odyssey. Video Games: Starcraft, Fallout, TES, Mass Effect, Age of Mythology, Half-Life, Tales of Symphonia. Not much of an anime person, but I do like: AvatarTLAB; FMA Brotherhood; Death Note - lil bit. Music: RATM, Imm. Tech., Lana del Rey, PMJ, Tupac, CRO, Cage the Elephant, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tears for Fears, Eminem, anything else that sounds cool. If you want to exchange gamertags on any client, wanna meet up, wanna talk, or anything else, just ask. Cut the foreplay, and just ask.


How comfortable are you with the word "Atheist" ?

I've recently had an epiphany about this, similar to your conclusion: "Why should I define myself in contrast to what doesn't exist?" It ultimately presents the idea that religious people have a sort of monopoly on worldviews and I have to state that I am apart from that. People 'round my way, within the Mexican culture, will more-than-assume that I adhere to their belief systems - not even considering that I might be an entirely different religion, which, from their perspective, is the least they could do. I was talking with a girl and at some point she said, "Go confess to the 'padre.'" It's a colloquialism, joke thing they say. At no point did we ever talk about religion, and at no point did I ever say I was a part of their shenanigans. To her - to them - it is a given. Plus, I don't like labels. It's a "function over form" kind of thing, not like a "don't label me, blah blah blah" thing. A label is something that is efficient and coarse. My friends and I had a discussion about what makes a "gamer" a "gamer." It involved data points like amount of different games played and amount of hours etc. But in reality, calling someone a "gamer" wasn't the important part. It was the purpose of that label within any given context and the data point that was important at the time. All this to say that I no longer call myself an atheist. When the topic arises I simply say, "There are no such thing as supernatural deities or forces - this includes ghosts and the Hindu mysticism concept known as karma." That is the function that the label, atheist, is supposed to serve anyway. I don't even mention the word, "god," just so they know I'm on that hunde'd, ya dig?
skado
skado5
Alabama, USA

Humanist
Open to meeting women

My answers to the first two profile questions below deserve a note of explanation. The uncertainty in my answers is not about my beliefs but about the questions themselves. If the "god" in the question refers to a literal, intelligent, self-aware, supernatural being that created the universe, then my answer is a solid "no". If, on the other hand, the word "god" refers to the entirety of all that exists, or perhaps, a personification of the values that humans hold most dear, then I am happy to be counted among the true believers. I don't have any authority to make declarations about the nature of reality, but it is fair for me to say how it appears to me. I don't believe anything that contradicts well-established science, nor do I feel a need to embellish it with speculation about what could be discovered in the future. I'm content to wait and see or rest with not knowing. I'm not aware of any religious camp that I am in complete sync with, and that includes atheism and agnosticism, as well as theism of the literal sort, though I can see a bit of myself in all of them. My view is that religions and myths are best understood as metaphorical descriptions of human psychology that were written some sixteen hundred years (in the case of Christianity) before science, as we know it, took form. I agree wholeheartedly with atheists who feel a literal interpretation of those myths is destructive, as well as simply being factually incorrect. I can't go with them, however, as far as throwing the baby out with the bathwater. I suspect those traditions were, at the heart of the matter, an effort to codify a method of psychological relief into memorable stories. There is nothing unscientific about using allegory as a mnemonic device. Before we declare it all useless nonsense, let's have a discussion about what some of those symbols might mean in a scientific context. It's not like we have outgrown the need for insightful psychological advice. The ancients didn't have the scientific language or cultural context to describe human nature as we would today, but they were no less keen observers of the human condition. I enjoy sailing, gardening, sculpting, photography, camping, and talking into the wee hours about everything, but especially about personal philosophies. What practices do you use to maintain peace of mind?


Why do you think majority of people still believe in God?

I think E. O. Wilson said we are evolved to believe in gods, and I suspect he's right. This would mean it has a biological basis, so it isn't going away anytime soon. Individuals can choose to modify (nurture) this predisposition, but the next generation always has to start from ground zero (nature).
Dante714
Dante7143
New Orleans , USA

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

Life long atheist i am a full time electron microscopist and a part time leather mardi gras mask artist.


How do you respond when people say they will pray for you?

I just say thank you and change the subject
BenPike
BenPike4
Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia, USA

Secularist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Spiritual
Open to meeting women

From age 8 to 18 I lived in the hometown of Jerry Falwell, the evangelical founder of the Moral (sic) Majority (sic), which was sickening.


Money aside: Would you allow yourself to be cryogenically frozen?

We are all space dust. Dust to return. I'd end my trajectory at its natural time. It's just a preference though. I see nothing wrong with experimenting.
DangerDave
DangerDave6
Las Vegas, USA

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

I'm something of an artistic "Renaissance man" - Multi-instrumentalist, Songwriter, Composer, Writer, Choreographer, Producer, Director, Graphic Artist - always in search of female models and performers to add to my ever increasing mythology I call "Tales from the Last Inn". I loosely identify as a priest of Spiritual Humanism in that I believe there is a spiritual realm, even if it is limited to creativity, intuition, empathy,...but I disagree in their core belief that existing religions should be unified. Truth should prevail and all that is proven untrue should be summarily dismissed. Moreso, I see the greatest damage, evil if you will, through out human history has been by those proclaiming to represent the greatest good. My primary cases in point are "modern" evangelical messianic faiths which cause bigotry, terrorism, climate change denial and a deep seated desire for an "end time" for mankind when their so-called gods will somehow come save or redeem them. This is utterly destructive insanity and I feel it is of the utmost importance they are exposed and not allowed to continue their indoctrination. While I seek friends of all ages, races and sexual orientations my social and romantic interests are centered in the lovely young women who are my models and performers. These are usually platonic and often paternal relationships but often consensual romantic encounters happen. I've never married and never intend to do so. I am married to my arts and love far too many women to be fully and honestly committed to just one.


I wouldn't be surprised if this question has been brought up here before, but does anyone care about whether people say Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?

Considering over 70% of the US population is xianto not overlook something as simple as a wish for happy holidays, however stated, I feel would be rude and unnecessary. However if they're proselytizing, demanding I conform to their "values" or involved in any other demeaning or dangerous behaviors that's an entirely different matter!
giddyup
giddyup2
Bakersfield and San Diego, USA

Atheist, Humanist, Freethinker
Open to meeting men

What is on my mind? Besides the anti-social bald wretchedness of the Republican Congress, I think about this quote a lot: "At the still point of the turning world. Neither flesh nor fleshless; Neither from nor towards; at the still point, there the dance is... and there is only the dance." I think about Puccini, Chopin, Copeland-- and actually, Buckethead. I could go on for awhile, but just a bit more. Here are some words from my plate to yours: William James, Dostoevsky, Dada, Baby Driver, Eminem, Godard, Elizabeth Warren, cioppino, Lucien Freud, Breugel, animal friends,"bathed in light," and we will end with Occam's Razor. Last item: I am in my 60's. I live in both Bakersfield, CA (where I teach), and in San Diego. I am outside--in many senses-- whenever possible. Please say hello! I will pour virtual coffee.


What is the non-theist replacement for "I'll pray for you?"

I work in Bakersfield,CA. I call it the northernmost tip of The Bible Belt. Don't get me wrong,you can do far worse than living in a almost solidly Christian community. People are nice here. REALLY nice. As well, there is a lot of poverty. So the need to summon a kind phrase of empathy is an almost weekly occurrence. My prefered non-Christian response goes something like this,"I am not a prayerful person. But that does not mean I am not a feeling person. I cannot imagine the pain you are in. I will hold you close in my thoughts and in my heart."
Lil2honest
Lil2honest3
Illinois, USA

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

I have many strong views about life that are well thought out and I would love to share with others while also listening to yours. Religion is one of them and I am so glad to have thought my way out of the bullshit I was raised in. Congrats to you all for being a member of a website meant for people who put more thought into things than the average person. You’re the type of person that makes me feel at ease.


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

I let them get to know me as much as possible before I reveal that information. Thinking back when I was a Christian, if someone told me they didn’t believe in God, I automatically associate them with the devil which is unfair. So I know how that works and to avoid that I would much rather people get to know me first before they know my religious views or lack there of.
ogtirof
ogtirof5
Mc Donald Tennessee, USA

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

I'm going to hell for sure, at least That's what I'm continually, and constantly told. So I'm Hoping to meet and get to know fellow members on the road to hell.


We humans have a desire to name and explain things, I often feel that things that we can't explain frighten us to the point we need a god or some type of superhero to protect us from the unknown and what's scary.

bingst
bingst6
, USA

Agnostic, Secularist, Freethinker
Open to meeting women

I joined this site primarily for dating purposes. I was once married, but divorced decades ago, and have no kids. I'd like to find a like-minded woman who complements me, also with no kids, and who wants to start a family. I'm pretty well settled in my own beliefs and generally label myself a steadfast agnostic. *** A person who believes that nothing is known or can be known of the existence or nature of God. - https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/agnostic A person who holds the view that any ultimate reality (such as God) is unknown and probably unknowable. - https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/agnostic


How to deal with religious family and friends?

While I don't suppress the fact that I'm agnostic (although I often have to explain it), I do find myself biting my tongue when faced with people I know telling me what God had meant for me or those who have wronged me. It's rather annoying since these people know I'm agnostic, yet ignore that fact. It's like an implied statement of "I know you're agnostic, but you're wrong, and God has a plan for you anyway."
paul1967
paul19677
Kansas City, USA

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

I'm self educated. I have always had a passion for science and did well in school in all subjects relating to science except math. Chemistry allowed me to understand math because it showed me why and how it's true. I want to understand why things are the way they are not just accept that they are because they are.


Should religion be taught in schools?

I have no issue with teaching religion in public schools, in fact, I absolutely encourage it to be taught in school. I think that most people who have read Joseph Campbell, "The Hero with a Thousand Faces" would understand the importance of mythology. I would, however, object to teaching it as an alternative to science. My reasoning for this is, you can't reach any reliable scientific conclusions when your model of existence starts out with I have faith.
resserts
resserts7
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.
MichaelBenton
MichaelBenton3
Tulsa, USA

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

Hi, I'm Michael. I'm a member of the Atheist Community of Tulsa (ACT). I enjoy reading, science, craft beers, astronomy, travel, hiking, and art.


I would like to know what other atheists think of The Satanic Temple?

I think it's silly but they have done a lot of good recently. TBH, other than enjoying the heavy metal aspect of it, I could really care less.
Yousif-Altimimi
Yousif-Altimimi6
Utah, USA

Agnostic, Antitheist, Secularist, Freethinker
Here for community

I am originally from Iraq, an outspoken agnostic, used to work as a human rights activist, investigative journalist, and as a political researcher until all these things got me a death threat which forced me to leave the country in 2014.


Tristan
Tristan3
Corsicana tx, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Skeptic
Open to meeting women

I love boxing, listening to music, making music, watching movies, skate boarding, learning or talking about interesting things.


What is the main reason why you are not religious?

For me it was after one day of watching clips on youtube from that show called atheist experience .
ErichZannIII
ErichZannIII7
New York, USA

Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, 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.
Davethecave
Davethecave2
Minnesota, USA

Humanist
Open to meeting women

I'm still catching up with what everyone is saying. I might be heading south for the winter, anyone from Central America?


If You Could Learn Any Language...

Sanskript.
Ometiklan
Ometiklan4
Riverside, ca. , USA

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

Single father living in the IE. I enjoy fitness, cycling, hiking, dancing, cooking/eating, live bands. Not much of a drinker but I do enjoy a cocktail once in a while. I have two daughters a 22 year old and a 17 year old. I have plenty of free time to dedicate to a woman who is looking for a good man. Looking for a woman who is intelligent, witty, passionate and is able to think for herself and not influenced by outdated concepts. Able to judge me by the man I am and how I treat her and not by the fact that i am not a member of mass delusions/hysteria. So tired of dating sites where women say they are looking for a "god fearing man". I always wonder do they really know what they are asking for.


What are you most looking for in a relationship? Just your # 1 Thing

In my opinion, the most important part of a relationship is COMPATIBILITY. None of this opposites attract stuff for me. I want her to be like me, open minded, witty, free thinking, passionate, affectionate, honest and forthcoming.
daddy4pugs
daddy4pugs7
Manatee County, Florida, USA

Atheist
Here for community

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, and I have recently found a great guy and planning a life together. I am originally from NY, but have been in Florida (Manatee County) for 26 yrs.


Any gay atheists?

Yes, just joined today.
JeremyGross09
JeremyGross092
Arkansas, USA

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

In my free time, when I'm not hanging out with friends, I like to read nonfiction books, listen to music (I listen to all kinds, although I tend to gravitate towards alternative and heavy metal.), and play video games. I wouldn't consider myself a hardcore gamer though. I consider myself a random, geeky, nerdy, freethinking, unique dude and I'm sure that my friends would agree. I approach life with an open mind and love having philosophical discussions with other like minded people. I like learning about world history and science (I particularly like physics, astronomy, social geography, and political science). I love to travel and when given the chance, I enjoy visiting other countries.


I listen to the podcast.

Grimhcb
Grimhcb2
California, USA

Antitheist, Skeptic, Freethinker, Spiritual
Open to meeting women

Salute to Your Nose: What smell gives you a nosegasm?
Ah, best gasms ever, fresh rosemary, freshly grinded coffee, fresh bread...


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