Another Christian girlfriend dumped me again. Because I can not be saved.
It's happened to me 5 times now. All the Christian girlfriends promised me they would not try to convert me, BS. I live in an area of a Bible belt and limited to non believers options and suspect my hand is turning gay.
I want to worship women, can I be helped?
Years ago I had a friend who had the same problem. He was good looking and very athletic and never had a problem finding women. But, after several weeks of dating for some strange reason they broke up because the woman was a flaming christian. I wondered why he didn't find out about their religiosity at the beginning. That was until I had actually met one of the women. She was very attractive, worked for a local environmental organization and was not religious.
I have been an atheist since being a teenager. I have dated christian women and not had the religion issue break the relationship. This is how I did it.
First, there are a wide range of christian sects. Not all are fundamentalist. So I only date christian women who do not belong to a fundamentalist one.
Second, I let them know my feelings up front. The deal is, hey I will not try to change you, you do not try to change me. It helps a lot if this is said up front.
Third, I only try to have a relationship with a woman in which there is a wide range of other common interests and beliefs, as these add strength to the relationship so it can over come other differences. Many men fail to do establish this, usually because they are not really thinking clearly about the relationship, and it fails due to not really being a strong relationship in the first place.
If they are literal Christians, you can understand the logic, when they believe they will be reunited for eternity with their families, why would they want to commit, most of all, to someone who is lost. And even if they are not literal Christians, you have to figure they will probably see you as a project.
The usually advice is to join atheist social groups to meet like minded people, but I think we can safely assume that you do not have that sort of thing in your area, or the question would not be asked. So you have two options, one, move, or two, if that is not possible, start a atheist/agnostic social group of your own. You may be surprised by how many closet unbelievers there are out there just waiting for someone to make the first move.