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Hi I'm Greg from Seattle,


I have to say reading through this I am glad to live where I do, it is fairly easy to find non-theists here.


I am only 4 months out of a long term relationship so I haven't been in the dating pool for a long time so maybe it is just beginners luck.


Now finding women who believe in evidence based medicine is hard, It may not be the bible belt but we are the west coast and for some reason homoeopathy and alternative medicine is the dominate dogma here.


To be honest, being 36 and being allergic to cats is the biggest barrier!!  I am looking forward to the new vaccine they have coming out for that issue.




thank you for creating this group Heather

i happen to be unfortunately living in the 'bible-belt' of the prairies where the 'religious bullying' is the normal of the day...

seems many years have slipped by and i now find most enjoyment from just picking up my camera, (hobby from 30 years ago brought up to date with a used digital), and wandering alone....


I want some of THAT firewater.
Hi! I'm Mark.

I'm 30 and live in south central Indiana. I work in a factory and go to school part time for a BSME. Given the opportunity, I think I'll also get an EE degree and/or CS degree - my interests are at the intersection of those three fields.

My hobbies include metalworking, electronics, and programming. Robotics has always fascinated me, but I've never spent much money on it. I read quite a bit - mostly scifi and nonfiction. I'm an occasional gamer, mostly playing FPSes and Portal.

I like sarcasm and satire - Ambrose Bierce, Pastor Deacon Fred, and so on.

I've never been married and don't have any children. I'd like to have children, but I'm still open to a long term relationship with a woman who doesn't want children.

If you haven't ever read OKTrends (OKCupid's blog), you should. There's some hilarious stuff on there, as well as some interesting and useful stuff. At least one of them is an atheist, and their blog posts often show correlations between religion (or lack thereof) and some other statistic.

In , they write about several questions that show potential for long-term compatibility. My answers are in parenthesis:

Do you like horror movies? (I don't like horror, whether in book or movie form)

Have you ever traveled around another country alone? (No, and I don't see myself doing so - I'd rather share the experience with someone)

Wouldn't it be fun to chuck it all and go live on a sailboat? (A sailboat would be fun for a bit, but I have a lot of material possessions that you can pry out of my cold, dead hands. Speaking of which, a lack of internet *would* kill me. I've heard of acoustic modems... do aquatic modems exist? Can we stay close enough to shore for wifi? You get the drift :D )

Haha- Definitely have to figure out internet logistics before living on a sailboat!


Thanks for the article... funny stuff.  I wouldn't have thought to ask "Do you prefer the people in your life to be simple or complex?"  Answers to that question are supposed to predict compatibility on political issues.

The idea of valuing simplicity has bugged me for a long time. Hearing that there is a correlation with being conservative does not surprise me, but I wouldn't have thought to ask it either :)
hello - new here - 54 SWM in Houston Texas, Harley riding Free Thinker...
Hi.  I'm Michael in North Hollywood (sub. of Los Angeles) Calif.  I'm 63, in electric utility grid operations.  I am passionate about science and being rational, but have feelings.  I'm just 5'6" short, so for taller ladies, I will stand on my toes to kiss goodnight.
Hi everybody, I'm 44 and widowed since '03. I'm currently living in a small town in SW Georgia, which is driving me nuts! You can't drive 2 blocks in this town w/o hitting a church. I've recently gone back to school since my first career as a degenerate drug addict didn't work out to well for me lol. But I'm happy to say that I'm clean and sober now. I guess I'd have to say that I fall into the secular humanist category. I didn't have any major transformational epiphany as I was brought up as a Unitarian Universalist. I guess that's about it for starters. Thanks for taking the time to read about me.
Welcome, Michael. Good luck with your search!

Thought I'd finally add my name to the lists as well.  I am 5'8, and 185 pounds. Brown hair and Blue eyes.  Average looks and I consider myself moderately intelligent.  I have never been married or have any kids.  I am just north of Santa Cruz.  Send me a picture and I'll send one back.  Oh, I like to travel, cook, read my Kindle, garden, play and hike.  I am not into drinking or drama, though I like a glass of 2 buck chuck from time to time.  Don't be shy! You only live once(unless we're wrong) ;)

Hello Atheist Nexus/Atheist Singles!


I just moved to SoCal (Pasadena) back in March to attend music school. I'm 28, and sort of starting my life over. I'm originally from Boise, ID where I had a pretty good life for a time playing live music, selling real estate and building a home together with a loving partner. That came to an abrupt end last summer so here I am.


I'm hoping to meet some like-minded people, make some new friends and who knows, maybe even find a little passion too.


-Metal = bonus

-Militant Atheist = bonus

-Musician = bonus

-Scientist = super double mega bonus


Hit me up!!!





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