It's not pointless to someone in the US, no :) I, however, reside half the world away, in the small country that's the Netherlands. There are only 4 Dutch females on the entire site (against roughly 60 males..); I really think I'll have more success at meeting someone of interest by simply taking a seat and position myself somewhere outside :p
Then again, atheists are a lot more common in these lands anyway.
You've got it made Methis. I am from a Dutch family with a history dating back to the Norman invasion. The Netherlands will still not grant my request for an application of dual-citizenship. The atheist women of Holland blow my mind, since, from what I understand, many presuppose you are not religious at all. That would be a huge advantage here in Texas.
Really now? Is at least one of your parents Dutch? It should be possible, then.. Though it could be they're easier about that towards Europeans, what with the European Union and all.. I don't know.
Yeah, that's pretty much true. I myself simply assume someone is atheist as well, without even realizing it, and I'm generally surprised if someone turns out to be xtian. But as far as that goes.. I live in a fairly large city (large by Dutch standards, that is :P there's plenty of small town communities that are very xtian..), and my social group tends to strong atheistic and anti-theistic even. I think I know only one xtian, protestant, and she's hardly religious at all beyond that she 'believes'. A lot of people are agnostic, which I personally have a little trouble with as I find it rather wishy-washy, but it certainly beats theism.
One major disadvantage about the Netherlands: Islamisation. We have a piss-weak government who's clearly more afraid of being called out as racist than of Sharia law. As a result, right-wing government is undergoing very strong growth.
Anyway, I won't go off on a loop about all that; at the end of the day, yeah, we have it pretty good here in our little country, I suppose. :)
Wow...I LOVE that dragon (I'm really into dragons...have many of them in my home...wish some were real!). I bet Morocco is amazing...and even if you don't meet a gal to date on here (I'm not quite sure I will, either...well, I mean a guy to date for me...), it's still a great place to make friends! :-)
Hi Everyone! I'm Jennifer. I'm in San Jose, CA. My main interests include bicycing (just finished the Livestrong Challenge 50 mile course yesterday), acting (starring in a play in September), dancing (tap and belly dance, primarily, though I'd like to do more ballroom/latin, too), hiking/camping, cats (I have four), board games/card games/puzzles/word games, reading Sci-Fi, comic books, movies, and many other interests (including some things I've dabbled in and want to do more...like spelunking and zip-lines). I'm unfortunately unemployed for the moment (the last year and three months, actually), which really sucks. I worked for Disney corporate in Los Angeles for 12 years, to some extent (though the last four years Disney Stores was owned by The Children's Place...but it was still "Disney")...the last four years as a Production Manager in the Table Top and Holiday Home Decor departments. I also got my certification in Graphic Design last year and would love to be able to use at least some of those skills in my next place of employment. Sigh. Oh, and I'm a lifelong atheist, for the most part. I have no children, and I'm still at the point of "I'd kinda like to have a little girl...but if I don't, that's probably okay, too" stage...and if it's gonna change to definite, it had better be pretty soon 'cause age does matter when it comes to having children...anyway, before I meander on for too long...if you have any other questions, just ask! Anyway, here's a picture of me during yesterday's Livestrong Challenge. :-) (For some reason, I'm not seeing my pic in this post...I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong...if I am...maybe the previews don't show them? Anyway, I attached my pic, too, just in case...sigh...I'm not usually this computer challenged.)
Sup, I am a 20, almost 21 year old atheist who happens to work in the Army, as such I get four month paid vacations to the middle east every year. A lot of people happen to think I look like the 'Brawny Man', no, wait, actually they think I'm like 16 to 18 years old.. This will play off one day when I feel like sneaking into Junior/Senior proms. I like some scifi (Battlestar mostly), computers/internetz, Baseball (Red Sox), Basketball (Lakers). I'm pretty sarcastic and talk a lot of shit, but I always come off shy at first because I listen to people and see what they're like before I talk. Pretty much what I look for in a girl is good humor, good shape, kind of geeky. A plus is if you like sports, another plus is if you are a supermodel.
I'm 19 years old and currently a college student at loyola university.
I'm looking for someone who is very independent and intelligent.
My interests are psychology, poetry, writing, great stories, politics, and well, having fun. In fact pretty soon a few friends and I will be making a talk show discussing weekly events in the world and other various topics. I just love to have deep conversations, what can I say?
Greetings fellow heathens! My name is Sam, I'm 33, an enigneer. I have a dog and love to ride my motorcycle. I've never been into religion, it never made sense to me. Now that I am open about being an atheist I'm amazed at how some of my friends of reacted. One automatically assumed that I am a greedy evil person. She doesn't understand that you do no have to go to church to have morals and beleive in right and wrong. Ironically enough she was raised jewish and converted to catholcism a few years ago. I am divorced, with no children. I've never really wanted any and don't feel that I am missing out on anything. I am originally from metro altanta (graduate of Lassiter High school) but currently reside in Virginia Beach.