"Atheist, theist, doesn't matter. We're all being beaten down by the ones who want to take our rights away from us, turn the clock back more than a hundred years. If you can, come. If you can't, spread the word.
"I need to clarify, the 'George' mentioned in the first couple sentences was a raving loon on the subject of the flood. It was also his contention that no actual animals were aboard the ark, only their DNA which Noah somehow reconstituted…"
"The writer of the following, (Dr.) Marty Leipzig is a petroleum geologist and an atheist.
First- the global flood supposedly (Scripturally) covered the planet, (see that, George? If so, why are you still being so stupid?) and Mount…"
"We thought we'd have problems when we put the 'In Reason...' plate on the car but except for problems from the dealership mechanic (who kept hiding the part we needed to fix the car and stealing the headlight bulbs) we've had no…"
"Quite frankly, that "I Believe" plate conjures up a bunch of almost pranks that would probably cause them to pull the plates. Think about that honking big cross with the plate letters 'itties' after it. Or the bumper stickers for…"
If you're a freethinker who loves the cause, (EQUAL RIGHTS and TOLERANCE) here's your group! (This group isn't actually affiliated with any of these groups; we just support them. If there's no lawsuit life is good. =) )See More
"Greenville is not a tourist spot so the blue laws are enforced. If you go to Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head, etc, you will find a whole other 'world' so to speak. It is hypocrisy at it's highest form. If a place can bring in…"
"The writer should be apprised of the case of Herb Silverman. Took him 7 years here in SC to become a notary due to the fact that he refused to sign the 'so help me god' clause in the application; actually crossed it out. The state said…"
"For Charleston people, Secular Humanists of the Low Country meet monthly from September to May and are usually located at Gage Hall on Archdale street in downtown Charleston. I don't get to the meetings due to COPD and the necessity of staying…"
Connect with fellow freethinkers and skeptics in the palmetto state. It's difficult to be a religious minority in the bible belt, and we need to reach out to each other and let each other know we're here!
Greetings, Judith! I'm over 60 and fat too. I notice you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus lately. <sigh> Sometimes it can seem a bit fragmented, with different groups for every interest. Please consider a group for socializing, where we talk about whatever's on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D You might feel more at home.
You are most welcome here...
... to Atheist Nexus with its 8000 good friends.
A group you may like is “ORIGINS” (Origins: Universe, Life, Humans, Evolution, Religion..... ) with its 120 discussions and numerous video films.
One discussion (over 65 posts) is "Proud to be Atheist".
There's much to feel good about
because atheists and humanists hold the intellectual and moral high ground that is far removed from the pathetic superstitious god believers who are slaves to a narrow-minded controlling clergy and their imaginary beings.