Does anyone know of any websites that are geared for atheist kids?  I am able to find quite a few atheist websites that are for adults, but what about kids who don't believe?  Be they children or teenagers, it can be socially isolating to be an atheist kid (especially in the southern portion of the US), so I figure a website would be a cool thing to find for my kids - but I can't find any.  

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I dont know of any.
hmm..maybe because atheist kids are care free and don't really have many issues to discuss yet?
No, there aren't any, BUT . . . Here is a list of things kids have written about being Atheist.
Thanks for the link - interesting to read the viewpoints of younger folks.
I did a Google for atheist kids and was the first on the list of search results. What's up? Did you do a search?

Oh, and I also noticed the list Ava Germaine mentions is linked to at the site.
I love the thing about imaginary friends and enemies on the front page! So simple.
I googled "atheism for kids" and "kids who are atheist" and didn't turn up anything, hence my posting the question here.
Yeah, there are more sites against atheism for kids than they are for atheism for kids. Most results I got were just the opposite of what I was looking for.

I see the site uses a technology that Microsoft created and then turned around and started blocking in their browser updates. (Require activeX controls.) The Microsoft Agents were really neat, but they put too much power in the hands of the customer. LOL

I guess the old Microsoft Agent Web Ring are a thing of the past.
This is off topic but... I'm pretty sure Agent Web Ring won't be the only Microsoft product of the past. The company has gotten too big and complacent and Balmer rubs people the wrong way.
I got a link to that site but it looks totally worthless so I passed it up. It's rough HTML with nothing but an introductory paragraph and no links with any comprehensive information or anything worth looking at.
I do know there is a secular summer camp for kids:

Here's the description:

Camp Quest is the first residential summer camp in the history of the United States for the children of Atheists, Freethinkers, Humanists, Brights, or whatever other terms might be applied to those who hold to a naturalistic, not supernatural world view.

The purpose of Camp Quest is to provide children of freethinking parents a residential summer camp dedicated to improving the human condition through rational inquiry, critical and creative thinking, scientific method, self-respect, ethics, competency, democracy, free speech, and the separation of religion and government guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.
Well that's new information and definitely cool to know. Thanks for sharing :)
What a person perceives as a "bad influence" is determined by that persons prior history. Say for instance you were born in here in the US and loved hamburgers. And one day you visited India. Should you happen to express your love for hamburgers during your visit, then some Indians may consider you a "bad influence." Likewise, religious folk may feel anyone who expresses sentiments contrary to those they hold and/or contrary to their religious ideology is a "bad influence." That is, most religious folk have learned from each their own history to look upon such groups as "Think Atheist" as being a "bad influence."


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