I just received my "Agnostic.com" tee shirt ($15). I wore it to Sunday Brunch. I believe it was my "coming out" moment. I live in a senior retirement facility that caters to both independent and assisted living residents. The first little old lady who noticed my shirt asked "Is that the name of a club"? No, I responded. It's the name of a web site. What does that word mean, she asked. I told her, "agnostic" refers to folks who believe the very earliest humans on the planet made up the concept of a god to explain where the sun went at night. They used the god concept to explain everything they didn't know. She thanked my, with a cold stare. I excused myself and moved on. I then passed another little old lady. With a big smile, she said "I like your shirt". It is going to be a good day.
Not the definition I would have given, but it's good to get conversations started and get people thinking. I remember the first few times ever wearing t-shirts with secular sayings on them, and worried that people would think I was cruising for a bruising, but I just got a few scowls and zero thumbs up. That was years ago. Most people didn't really give my "message" much thought. Looking forward to agnosticism being accepted as a valid stance by "nice" people. T-shirts like that will help move the conversation forward. Good job!