Young Atheists

A group for young atheists, any ages from 0-20 welcome! People love to underestimate young people, especially minors who can't vote, but we are a powerful group...we are not alone.

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Latest Activity: Apr 11, 2017

Welcome young atheists! This group is geared towards students, be they in college, high school, middle school, or elementary school, all are welcome, including those who are still young but not in school.

We're a powerful group that is often ignored or treated as if we are worthless. Older folks love to tell us that we aren't responsible, that we aren't intelligent, that we aren't as important. WE ARE. We can help strengthen atheism and weaken the religious establishments.

This group however is geared not towards angry rebellion ;) but discussion between young atheists. We can reach out to the very young group (middle school/elementary) while strengthening ourselves.

Discussion Forum

Tired of everyone worrying about teenagers

Started by Timothy W. Brown. Last reply by Morgan West Aug 5, 2014. 5 Replies

What has happened to Kalliope Wörter?

Started by Godless Teen Jan 6, 2013. 0 Replies


Started by Alina. Last reply by Stormi C. Oct 29, 2012. 65 Replies

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Comment by Rafael H. on September 2, 2009 at 5:13pm
I'm glad I found this website, :D, heard of it through chariots of iron.
Comment by Allie on August 28, 2009 at 1:35am
anyone in massachusetts?
Comment by Lindsey on August 21, 2009 at 2:59am
They might oppose it but they cannot refuse for you to have it if they already have a bible club. Legally, if they allow for a bible club then they have to allow for any religion or lack of religion to have a club... or not allow for any of them to have clubs at all.
Comment by Nate Wiesel on August 15, 2009 at 1:40am
Hey Young Atheists! I'm proud to be a new member.

I'm planning to start an Atheism Club at my school, to counter-act the Bible Club they set up. Since most of the faculty running the school is religious, I sure hope they don't try and oppose it.

Anyway, it's great to know that I'm not the only young person that's converted to logic and reason. ;)
Comment by Jay on July 22, 2009 at 12:02pm
Secular marriages for everyone!
Comment by Terry on June 4, 2009 at 7:21am
I was pissed off too. I don't even see how homosexuals are a threat to them. It's ridiculous.
Comment by Femina Irata on May 28, 2009 at 2:35pm
Anybody pissed about Prop 8?

Whether you're of voting age or not, watch & sign. It's not over.
Comment by Frankie Chubb on April 20, 2009 at 7:25am
HAPPY 420!
Comment by Frankie Chubb on April 19, 2009 at 5:49am
hey everyone! im so glad you people prevent me from living entirely with born again christens
Comment by Deinotherium on April 14, 2009 at 12:47am
Personally, I was raised in an episcopalian home due to the fact that my mother was formerly a presbyterian and my father was a catholic. Apparently, they found the episcopal church to be a 'middle ground' of sorts and my mother felt very strongly that it was important for her children to have some sort of religious 'base'. That being said, it is very much to my parents' credit that they repeatedly told me "Mark, you're free to follow whatever path you choose" with regards to religion. Mom, a devoted conservative who idolized Reagan, was very accepting of other people's beliefs (as was my father, who, like myself, leans towards the left politically). Similarly, she's a non-degree medical doctor (a speechpathologist to be specific) and thus she knows perfectly well that homosexuality isn't a choice and when I came out as bisexual, she showed absolutely no signs of discomfort or shock. So I was a little bit suprised at her reaction when I came out as an atheist last December. Her first response was a regurgitation of the old, tired, and inaccurate argument that 'just as many people have been killed by atheists as religious people'. Whenever we converse about the subject (which both of us try to avoid doing), there's a hint of awkward tension and restraint in her voice. My father (who is much more spiritual) is of the opinion that god doesn't care what I believe and repeatedly says he'll pray for me. Then again, I sense that he too is disappointed in my abandonment of faith and secretly wishes that I'll convert to some sort of religion eventually.

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