Haha, that definitely wasn't my intention in signing up -- I'm just starved for intelligent conversation where I don't have to sugar coat my rational, non-religious perspectives. I knew a few other atheists who lived here in high school, but of course all of them went out of state for college, while I was stuck here.
I definitely wouldn't mind meeting up with local atheists, (they have to exist, right? They just haven't signed up for the site yet?) and maybe get some kind of group going in the Mobile, AL area. Hooking up definitely isn't the priority though!
I'm in Montgomery, AL. I know a few atheists here. A couple of friends at work and at least 2 other co-workers. My best friend is a deist, and another good friend is an extremely liberal Christian who, for all intents and purposes, acts as if he isn't a believer.
However, outside of this circle of friends and acquaintances, I know of no others. I don't doubt that they're here, but, as you are well aware, most of us don't go out of our way to make ourselves known in this state.
one wife and relationship is quite enough for me to cope with :)
Definitely the safest assumption you can make. I've been involved in a polyamorous relationship in the past, and it doesn't matter how much love and goodwill there is from all parties, or how much you lay out the rules from the start, there are always issues you never even imagined would even be a problem.
Totally single though now. Wouldn't be opposed to a hookup, but decidedly not why I'm here.
Hooking up? No, that's not why I'm here... I was recently widowed and trying to get my head together.
Finding intellectual individual voices, though, and interacting with them? WIN!!!
Thanx for being here!
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