Wyoming Atheists

For Atheists in Wyoming. It's full of small towns and I wonder about other atheists in Wyoming...

Location: Rock Springs, WY
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Nov 27, 2015

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Depressingly few of us

Started by Kent Peterson. Last reply by Kent Peterson Nov 27, 2015. 2 Replies

So few of us, both on this forum and in the state in general. I know a goodly number of atheists in my area, but most of them only understand the stupidity of religion, not the toxicity. Because of…Continue

Started by Ashley Will Nov 18, 2011. 0 Replies

Sorry I haven't posted on here in it appears in months. Come to Facebook and join where…Continue

Hmm what to talk about?

Started by Ashley Will. Last reply by Ashley Will Jan 4, 2011. 2 Replies

any ideas for discussion for us Wyoming atheists?the new governor and other positions being replaced in January?The holidays coming up such as Christmas, anything interesting or trouble to be had…Continue

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Comment by Ashley Will on May 20, 2012 at 3:23am Here is the Wyoming Atheists team fundraising page I made for the Light the Night. Each person can make their own fundraising page by scrolling to the bottom of that page and clicking "Join" under Join Our Team Now and you will see our team name, as well as mine as the team captain. Each participant's goal will be 100 dollars. You can then personalize your page too. I haven't personalized mine or team one yet since I just recently got it set up. It is just at the default text, which is pretty nicely laid out already. The walk isn't till September so I think that is a rather reasonable goal. I hope many of you sign up and get a few donations. If anyone has trouble joining the team, say so and I will help you out. Also the walk is on a Saturday evening in Boulder, Colo. I don't work weekends and would be up for going and meeting some of you if anyone else feels like attending with my husband and I.

Comment by Ashley Will on November 18, 2011 at 2:04pm

Sorry I haven't posted on here in it appears in months. Come to Facebook and join where I and others are more active. We would love to see you there. It is a private group too so not everyone would know you are in it. :-)

Comment by Ashley Will on March 18, 2011 at 2:34pm
Sparked by the response from the American Atheists page, a facebook friend Michael Crowley created a facebook group for secular, freethinking atheists and agnostics living in the big rectangle called Wyoming. It seemed like an ideal place to meet other nontheists in the state, without having to join other social networks or forums. The privacy for the group is currently set to "closed", so that no one outside the group would be able to see posts to the group, although the members of the group would be visible. If members would prefer the group to be "private", that would prevent any visibility from the outside, but would also make group membership by invite only. This is completely open for discussion. I invite you to join in, say howdy, and tie your dinosaur to the hitching post. It would be great to discuss with like-minded folks the joys and challenges of being secular in Wyoming! Request to be accepted to this group here!:
Comment by Ashley Will on March 7, 2011 at 2:12am
Welcome, Caleb. :)
Comment by Caleb Jordan on March 6, 2011 at 3:39pm

hello friends,

i'm from cheyenne. it's great to be a part of this group. 

Comment by Ashley Will on March 6, 2011 at 1:33pm
At least the anti gay marriage bill failed in the Wyoming Senate. :D
Comment by ungodlynews on February 26, 2011 at 8:06pm
If y'all are on twitter or facebook, check out the posts coming from @wywatch. They're keeping great tabs on this congressional session. One thing is clear...the GOP has taken their christian agenda and have sponsored (and passed!) bills that should never have made it through if there was any concern of upholding the constitution.
Comment by chris babcock on February 9, 2011 at 1:44pm
on the issue of gay marriage does anyone else wonder if maybe were going at it the wrong way? I mean proposing it as a challenge to the status quo puts us at a disadvantage as we need to change peoples views on homosexuality and people are dumb as hell. wouldn't it be easier to phrase it as a freedom of religion question? if a church wants to let homosexuals marry isn't it their right to do so? seems kinda ironic that the christian right wants to impose on it's own churches ya know?
Comment by Ashley Will on January 11, 2011 at 12:48am
Ungodlynews: thanks for the link. I will be expresing my opinions to them
James: i love that. So so true and sad.
Comment by James Jean Will on January 10, 2011 at 8:40pm

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