I came to Atheist Nexus for friends and community with fellow freethinkers. I have found some of the warmest, kindest, most understanding people here. They are like an internet family I sit with each night, and sometimes during the day while I work from home, and I could not be happier to have found them. However, something is missing.
I took three years off dating to get a degree, find myself, figure out what I want in a relationship. I've done that now, and I plan to leave the bible belt again by the end of the year. Now that I actually have a bright future and something to offer the right woman, I am ready to date again. But...the problem is this: one thing I have learned about myself is that I cannot date theists. That is what brings me to the question in the title. Where the hell are all the lesbians on this HUGE atheist site?
I mean, I thought there would be a ton of us here. Really, I did. Maybe I put off the wrong air? Maybe I didn't join the right groups? I don't know. Anyway, I am not picky. My only real requirements are no religion (not a problem here, obviously), no kids, no republicans. I am already looking to relocate to a less homophobic environment, so if I find someone before I do, that isn't an issue. I am a freelance writer/computer geek. I can take my job with me. No biggie. I also am a kind, loving, generous, smart, funny woman who gives her all in relationships. Sooooo where does that leave me? Plugging for dates on the Nexus, that's where. Or at least another gay girl to talk to. :)