New York N.Y. Atheists


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Comment by sadiqa thornton on April 22, 2013 at 5:53pm
Anyone in NYC please help. I require help with housing. My sister has decided to run down to Family Court and get an order of protection and force me out of my Mother's house. I was staying with my Mother and Sister after a fire in the building where I was living in Harlem.
She has made statements that I am the "Devil" and "crazy" and I need help to stop/ cure me of my atheism. If anyone has a spare bedroom or know of another atheist who can accommodate me while I deal with this crap and acquire housing, it would be greatly appreciated. Please PM me if you can help with housing and/or legal referral for an attorney who can help. She has changed the locks to the apartment where I was operating my computer business and will not let my Mother and Sister help me move my belongings and business equipment out of the home. Apparently because I am an atheist, I am immoral, and my business should not operate because OBVIOUSLY it is illegal because it is mine. Oh and also she is saying that I am a prostitute and have no right to housing because it is illegal for me to live in the home. Bear in mind I am not a prostitute. She also called me a dyke and I am disgusting for watching lesbian porn....every bat shit crazy attack most religious crazies use against women. If anyone can help, even a couch to sleep on so I am not spending 60/day on a hotel room.
Comment by David Bentley on June 22, 2012 at 6:16pm

Long time Atheist, first time poster! Hi all.

Comment by Andrew DeLong on June 19, 2011 at 4:48pm
hello new york city atheist! my name is Andrew and I was just putting out feelers to see if anybody would have an open couch for my wife and I to occupy in mid july? We're from Columbus, Ohio and we've bought plane tickets to the city but our accommodations fell through due to work obligations. We're really looking forward to the vacation and really don't wanna have to cancel and we're also of the, shall we say, poverty class. I'd like to think we're considerate and not creepy or strange but I'm a bit biased to be sure. If anyone can help it would be highly appreciated! thanks!
Comment by Ron on May 8, 2011 at 10:28am
Hey all... do you all ever not go to church together?
Comment by Bennett Reid Golden on March 28, 2011 at 3:28pm
Hey all, I've just moved here from another city and I'm pretty lost and quite honestly, the city's getting me down. Any advice? Any meetings or something that makes being social that much easier? I feel like a shut in, in the busiest city ever...
Comment by Lucy on June 29, 2010 at 6:42pm
Hey Thanks For that Merillat! I sure will! :-)
Comment by Merillat on June 22, 2010 at 8:59am
Hello from Brooklyn! Lucy, you should go to and search "atheist." You will find many groups there - some activist, some educational, some just social. We have a thriving atheist/secular/free thinking community here.
Comment by Lucy on June 21, 2010 at 11:08pm
Wow! Up until now I believed I was the only Atheist in New York City! Hey Guys, From Brooklyn! N Go Yankees!
Comment by Sydni Moser on May 8, 2010 at 9:00am
Big Apple Kids from 194 Countries

Danny Goldfield’s NYChildren project captures images of kids from every country, residing in New York City. The spirit of the project has become more than just pictures.

The NYChildren project has a goal to capture images of a child from each of the world's 194 countries. The caveat: they must all reside in New York City.

At the outset, it was all about the pictures. However, with children from 170 countries photographed to date, Danny Goldfield saw the project turn into something much larger: a celebration of diversity that can build bridges in a multi-cultural community.

"NYChildren is an opportunity to help repair the world," he explains.

Goldfield says his dream is that upon completion of the photo project, he would hold an event where families that have participated could meet each other and celebrate. "The true mission," he says, "is to gather and nurture an inclusive community of children and create opportunities for them to meet and learn about each other, and form friendships."

Today, the photographer is still seeking children from 24 countries, including Andorra, Benin, North Korea, Samoa, and Vatican City.
Comment by Sydni Moser on December 31, 2009 at 8:44am
Welcome Adriana! Now who is going to start a discussion??? Anyone? It's snowing here and my daughter and I were supposed to take off for sunny Florida later today out of JFK... Looks like we might be spending our New Year's Eve on our living room couch, watching the globe drop in Times Square. Boo hoo....

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