I just joined, and as part of the joining process one is asked what religion one left. After that, one is asked why one stopped believing. I find it very strange that not one of the proposed replies is the one I think is most obvious to many of us: that as a matter of fact no such being as God (or gods) exist(s). Why do you suppose that option was left off?
But the question is asking what drew you to the conclusion that no gods exist. The question is asked on the assumption that don't believe that any gods exist, otherwise, the few theists who join notwithstanding, why would you be joining the site in the first place, right?
Yes, obviously you stopped believing when you concluded that there are no gods. But what you was it about theism or about the world as you observe it that led you to that conclusion?
That's factually incorrect. The question is this: "Why did you leave your religion" and something like "because I think the existence of God is factually incorrect" is not one of the answers, and for people like me it's really the only answer I need to list as a "because."
It's hardly helpful to assert that someone's post is factually incorrect without pointing to how or where it is factually incorrect while simply restating your position on the question as if you've answered the person's post.
It's really a moot point. I mean, is it really such a big deal that the question doesn't have as an optional answer one that you think it should? Surely you don't understand the list of optional answers to be an utterly comprehensive one. I'm sure there are any number of optional answers that could be added to the list. And furthermore, there's the option to fill in your own answer by selecting Other. So whether the answer you'd like to select if it was there is in fact there or not is irrelevant. No matter what your answer is to the question, fill it in under Other.