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Unseen replied to Bleacheddecay's discussion 'Would the world be a better place if women were in charge?' in the group Women of Think Atheist
""Not a shred of evidence supports the existence of matriarchy anywhere in the world at any time." Elsewhere—though I'm having trouble finding it online, so it may be from a speech she gave here locally—she expanded on that…"
Aug 29, 2015
Pope Beanie replied to Bleacheddecay's discussion 'Would the world be a better place if women were in charge?' in the group Women of Think Atheist
"There's only one way to find out for sure, and that's possible only after equality. At least keep pushing in that direction, and note the outcomes."
Nov 17, 2014
Bleacheddecay and Bo Fowler are now friends
Jun 20, 2013
matt.clerke replied to Bleacheddecay's discussion '"Healthy" food now adding such things as fish oil. Ugh' in the group Vegetarian & Vegan Atheist
"America has this? why do you ever leave your houses? Seriously though, I think I remember an article a while ago saying that a high protein breakfast helps to stop snack cravings. So bacon and eggs will actually help with losing weight by helping…"
Oct 2, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to Bleacheddecay's discussion '"Healthy" food now adding such things as fish oil. Ugh' in the group Vegetarian & Vegan Atheist
"Totally agree, that's what I use Flax seed oil."
Oct 1, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to Bleacheddecay's discussion '"Healthy" food now adding such things as fish oil. Ugh' in the group Vegetarian & Vegan Atheist
"Interesting. That's the first time I've seen that slant on fish oil."
Oct 1, 2012
John Fry replied to Bleacheddecay's discussion '"Healthy" food now adding such things as fish oil. Ugh' in the group Vegetarian & Vegan Atheist
"New studies questioning the benefits of fish oil..."
Sep 15, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Before and After: Breastfeeding and Your Boobs' in the group Parenting Hellions
"Now at 51 my boobs still look great even though I breast fed both my kids for an extended period of time. Recently I had the IUD ripped out after 19 years and started on a low estrogen birth control pill. I'm about to have my first period in 4…"
Aug 22, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to Misty: Baytheist Living!'s discussion 'Abortion?' in the group Women of Think Atheist
"I'm for choice. My choice would be to not have an abortion under almost any set of circumstances but that's MY choice. I was told to have one but refused. I don't think a woman should be told by anyone what to do. My mother was also…"
Aug 22, 2012
Bleacheddecay added a discussion to the group Vegetarian & Vegan Atheist

"Healthy" food now adding such things as fish oil. Ugh

So I was looking at peanut butter the other day. The new really healthy stuff in my grocery store looked interesting. So I read the label. Among other things you know what was added? Fish oil. Ugh.Then the other night I saw a commercial for a cereal that because of added protein would make so you were able to turn down donuts from a cute little girl selling door to do. I thought, hmm, I wonder what they put in that?!?Then I thought, how does MORE protein which most American's eat too much of…See More
Aug 22, 2012
Bleacheddecay commented on M's group 'Women of Think Atheist'
"I'm not lacking but we rarely see each other. I've never had like a bosom buddy really like you have."
Jul 5, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to CJoe's discussion 'Female Friends' in the group Women of Think Atheist
"I rarely to never had close female friends. I got along better with men who seemed simpler and easier to anticipate, less prone to planting a knife in my back while smiling to my face. It wasn't until I was in my thirties that I could make, and…"
Jul 5, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to Joe B's discussion 'Do you think the human race will ever outgrow religion?' in the group Vegetarian & Vegan Atheist
"If the purpose of society is to control and use the human population then yes, keeping them in religion would be the best interest but that should NOT be the purpose. I have great hopes that people will quit seeking something greater than what they…"
May 6, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to G.B. Zidan's discussion 'Most Vegetarian-Friendly Cuisines' in the group Vegetarian & Vegan Atheist
"Italian and Asian. "
Apr 25, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to Bleacheddecay's discussion 'Would the world be a better place if women were in charge?' in the group Women of Think Atheist
"Also keep in mind. The problems with the women in your office are the problems of women raised and really generations of women raised in a patriarch society. Just imagine if they had been raised in a nurturing needs based community first type of…"
Feb 23, 2012
Bleacheddecay replied to Leslie's discussion 'Book Club' in the group Read Atheist
"I love to read. I run several online book clubs and one local book club. I prefer fiction. I've also been invited to and participated in many local and online book clubs. People are so unreliable. Most rarely read the book much less show up to…"
Feb 19, 2012

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I live in the bible belt. We homeschool so, I'm surrounded by conservatives that are super religious.
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I really need some conversation with people who aren't super religious and conservative.
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I'm looking around and not seeing the gamer atheist group, the kinky atheist group or the homeschooling atheist group.

Posted on March 9, 2010 at 4:12pm 2 Comments

Should someone start one of all of these?

What do you think?

For $110, Godless Will Adopt Pets of Blessed After Judgment Day

Posted on March 6, 2010 at 7:00pm 1 Comment

Feb. 9 (Bloomberg) -- A fair number of people in the U.S. - - estimates range from 20 million to 40 million -- believe there will be a Second Coming in their lifetime, a Judgment Day when the righteous are spirited away to a better place while the godless remain on Earth.

Eschatology raises many troubling questions, but my…


Fundies Trying To Take Over My Fun Shit! Wha?? Wha???

Posted on April 21, 2009 at 1:03pm 3 Comments

Okay, so first it was heavy metal music. They tried to take that over and insert Jebus praise in there.

Then it was novels. Sneaky bastards, went into the novel section and tried to take that over.

Now it's movies like Fireproof.

I wouldn't mind if it were obvious but sometimes it's hard to tell and you get some crossed up, bible gunk without knowing that's what you are getting. I think they want to TAKE OVER the WORLD one small pleasure at a time. But wait - I… Continue

Looking For Free Thinkers

Posted on April 19, 2009 at 1:40am 11 Comments

This is my introduction the group. I'm surrounded by conservative Christians here in the bible belt. Perhaps I'm more surrounded than most in this area because we homeschool. It's becoming more and more suffocating. I'm in the closet in so many ways in order to be as acceptable to as many people as I can be. Why?

Two reasons, one for my business, I'm an independent contractor of a certain kind of art. Two for my kids, I want them accepted and not shunned. One of my kids is gay and in… Continue

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At 9:16am on November 20, 2010, Atheist Exile said…
Hi Bleacheddecay,

I just noticed your status message, "Wondering why I find some comfort in gospel music after losing a family member when I don't believe? Rote habit?".

I haven't seen you around the site before AND my father just died 4 days ago, so I thought I'd offer my condolences and reply to your questions.

Gospel music is born out of long-suffering and hope. It appeals to our deepest, human, consciousness. Even for the most fortunate among us, the human condition is punctuated with loss and grieving; so the emotional appeal of gospel music can be satisfying, even for an atheist.

On my home page, my music player has a gospel song called, "Are You Ready?". Give it a listen. I think you'll like it.
At 12:42pm on May 4, 2009, Johnny said…
Noticed your post about HPV vaccine concerns. I've read on it quite-a-bit, and the "issues" are all over-hyped. Obviously not a decision to take lightly; but not really the danger that the media (and chain emails) hyped. This Snopes article probably has the most consolidated review of the actual facts.
At 8:40pm on April 19, 2009, Rev. Tom Hicks, D.D. said…
I'm a Reverend for the Universal Life Church with a degree in Divinity so far. I'm workin' on gettin' more. I want to start a "church" for atheist, agnosticism, secular, & humanist in my local area. With the ordainment, I can qualify for tax exemption (when I think I'm ready, not in it for the money). With money saved, I can afford to produce more . All profits there after would go to food drives & clothes for the poor. I really detest money but in order to get this goin', I'll need some extra of it.
At 4:56am on April 16, 2009, Jin-oh Choi said…
No problems, you'll meet lots of great people here. Talk again.
At 8:49am on April 15, 2009, Jin-oh Choi said…
Hi, welcome to Think Atheist!

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