Apart from the burning pits of hell, of course. ;)
But yeah, atheists seem to be everywhere online, and yet I've never dated a fellow atheist. Obviously that wouldn't be the only factor, but it might be nice to be with someone who shares similar views. I'm considering looking out for a meetup for free-thinkers or something.
So... where do you guys hang out?
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lol , anywhere really.
The thing is there's no "chur... okay I digress.
There might be a "Church" of atheists but none of my atheist friends actually go to "church" and I doubt if you'll want to go to one of them "atheist" meet events.
That's where you'll find the militants and radicals who spends hours upon hours debating futilely with people on the internet.
Statistically , America is about 22.8% non-believers.
So at about 1/4 , the believers are still in the majority so I can believe that they are harder to find but statistics also find a positive association between people of a higher education and higher social classes with atheism.
Now put them together and what you'll find is it is probably more likely to find people who are atheists or just irreligious in parts that are associated with the educated and the higher caste.
I can't give a specific location of course , because that does vary by regions but here's some clues anyway.2
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