Joseph P

40, Male

Raleigh, NC

United States

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  • Veronika Cencen

    Well under Yugoslavia atheism was quite dominant (socialism etc), then christianity took control. Now with the immigration there is a massive almost forced conversion to islam being attempted it seems...

  • Casie

    Ok, thanks. The messaging system on this site had me a little confused.
    Montana is highly conservative; very few people I know share my religious or political views. Bozeman is a lot better than a lot of towns in Montana though. Being a college town brings more open minded people to the area, which is nice. I grew up in a tiny town in Montana and almost everyone there supports trump, "traditional marriage" and"putting god back in schools." And don't even talk about regulating their guns... I feel I have to censor a lot of what I say or people scream libtard.
    And to be honest there's quite a bit of racism towards the Native Americans. I've heard more than a few people say, "I'm not a racist, but I hate Indians," if that makes any sense... makes me sad
    So yeah, being an atheist in Montana can be pretty lonely
  • Darcy Fallon

    Thank you for the welcome. Not sure if it's possible to reply to your comment on my page but I'm sure I'll learn as I go.

    Also, I *did* exhaust The only atheist group around here was more interested in board games than doing anything else like book discussions or traveling to see speakers. Ho hum.