Female Atheists

Sorry guys, this group is for ladies ONLY! We're a minority within a minority, and our voices are rarely publicly heard - Note, most of the big famous Atheists are men! Get in touch with the feminine side of your Atheism by joining Female Atheists!

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Members: 132
Latest Activity: Jan 2, 2017

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Pro-Life Campaign

Started by Lillie. Last reply by Regina Goodwin Jan 2, 2017. 2 Replies

  Be fore warned and be prepared for your answer.  I wish I had.I just received a telemarketer type telephone call asking to speak to my husband.  When that was not possible they agreed to speak to…Continue


Started by sehkmet. Last reply by TNT666 Sep 17, 2016. 3 Replies

I have been struggling with how to write about this.   Then I watched the interview John F. O'Donnell did with Monique Hazzard on Redacted Tonight (…Continue

Estrogen replacement therapy benefits

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner Apr 14, 2013. 7 Replies

Many studies have suggested that estrogen replacement therapy isn't wise because it might increase breast cancer risk, even though estrogen has lots of healthful benefits for cognition, skin health,…Continue

Tags: Alzheimers, dementia, stroke, hormone replacemeant therapy

Pregnancy makes your foot longer, wider, and flatter

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner Mar 2, 2013. 0 Replies

Pregnancy permanently changes foot sizeA new University of Iowa study confirms what many women have…Continue

Tags: foot damage, pregnancy

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Comment by TNT666 on March 10, 2012 at 10:59pm

Interesting list of celebrity atheist (of varying degrees) women. Several I don't know of course... but only one I thoroughly dislike... so it's not too bad a bunch :)

Comment by TNT666 on December 7, 2011 at 10:42pm

on Flat Earth... focussing on Galileo and religious resistance to the round earth idea in Europe's Middle Ages is a bit of a strawman... The Greeks had already demonstrated round earth in BC. And Eratosthenes (276 BC– 195 BC) had already measured the circumference with astonishing precision, and invented longitudes and latitudes. Those who later decided to ignore those calculations and rekindle the idea of a flat earth aren't even worth mentioning. Europe was such a backwards society... funny how situations change through time :)

Comment by Joan Denoo on December 7, 2011 at 2:51pm

I participated in Facebook for a long time discussing issues from a feminist, anti-capitalist, atheist point of view.  I started getting private and personal emails and phone calls quoting my writing and threatening me that. quite frankly, scared me.  The Hate calls subjects included references to my feminism, anti-capitalism and atheism writing.  I left that group and joined several atheist groups. 

My experience with atheist groups has been very positive.  Those members treat me with respect and offer gentle criticism.  I am able to either confront their criticism or learn something from them.  I was quite mistaken on some of my thinking and on reflection conceded that I need to change; these were absolutely positive criticisms. Where I disagreed with them and clarified my points, some of them agreed with me and others did not.  

It is not my purpose in life to change others' thinking or behaviors but make statements upon which I can stand with confidence. No one seems to take offense at my strength and conviction.  I feel respected, especially when we agree to disagree.      

Comment by Joan Denoo on December 7, 2011 at 2:35pm

Trained as a scientist, I do not think in absolute terms.  In history there were those who believed the earth was flat and when new information and technology occurred, they changed to round earth thinking.  Some people today think men are superior to women; with new understanding of life forces others believe gender is not a hierarchical state but a part of a larger whole.  I used a poem "Broken Images" in my thesis, "Toward a Theory of Family Violence" and continue to stand on this principle.  

Broken Images

Robert Graves


He is quick, thinking in clear images; 
I am slow, thinking in broken images.


He becomes dull, trusting to his clear images; 
I become sharp, mistrusting my broken images,


Trusting his images, he assumes their relevance; 
Mistrusting my images, I question their relevance.


Assuming their relevance, he assumes the fact, 
Questioning their relevance, I question the fact.


When the fact fails him, he questions his senses; 
When the fact fails me, I approve my senses.


He continues quick and dull in his clear images; 
I continue slow and sharp in my broken images.


He in a new confusion of his understanding; 
I in a new understanding of my confusion.

Comment by Dori Mooney on October 27, 2011 at 6:07pm
Hi gals!  I'm new here.  :)
Comment by Rogi Equality Riverstone on October 25, 2011 at 4:25pm
Hi, Julie.
Comment by Julie E on October 25, 2011 at 4:19pm
Hello ladies. I'm new here ! Just wanted to say hello
Comment by Jen E. on May 20, 2011 at 10:35pm

I think we women really need to band together in this thing and we need a voice, too.



Comment by TNT666 on March 3, 2011 at 3:56pm
I've just noticed Stephanie Beiss created this group in May 2010, but there was already a WOMEN ATHEIST group, quite active, dating back to Sept. 2008!!! IMHO it's inefficient to be splitting our posts up in such a way, when there are already too few women discussing atheism on the internet. Does anyone know the history of how this occurred??? I totally agree we need female only space here, but I don't like to see it split up.
Comment by Little Name Atheist on June 23, 2010 at 8:38am
I can't speak for anyone else, but yes... I sometimes read Greta Christina's online journal. She has a profile here.

I'm a big fan of Sikivu Hutchinson's work. I would link to specific writing, but I don't have much time.

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