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"I got this tattoo in Seoul, South Korea in 2009. It's my first tattoo and has several meanings for me. It represents my time in Asia. It's a memorial of sorts to the pet snail I had my 5th year in China. It's…"
"I think one person in South Carolina, outside of my family, may know I am an atheist. I do not advertise it. This is the Bible Belt and people here can't seem to get through the day without giving God or Jesus the credit for…"
"I vote because I have that right. I have friends in countries where it is not even an option. Our forefathers and foremothers fought and died for this right so I excercise it. Yes, the candidates in most elections suck, but at…"
"I live in a small town in South Carolina. I would say they are NOT open to atheism. They barely acknowledge evolution. I stay because living with my parents is rent-free while I go to a technical school on scholarship. I plan…"
I am surrounded by people who feel the need to invoke "God" on a regular basis and I just want to scream at them it is a fairy tale. Thus, I am looking for like minded people who believe as I do, that there is no grand deity nor afterlife. That this is it and that's all there is, so make the best of it.
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Why you left your religion.
I am a history buff. I have never had a firmness in the reality of the Christian deity I was brought up with. I started reading religious history books along with the other stuff I was reading. I also lived in China where I was exposed to cultural groups with varied belief systems. Essentially, I could no longer force myslef to believe in something I had always questioned. It felt oppressive to do so, and once I let go of that I felt a great weight lift off of me. I was free.
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