The OUT Campaign

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The OUT Campaign

Come OUT and embrace your atheism!

Website: http://outcampaign.org
Members: 457
Latest Activity: Jul 4

Come OUT

Atheists have always been at the forefront of rational thinking and beacons of enlightenment, and now you can share your idealism by being part of the OUT Campaign.

Atheists are far more numerous than most people realize. COME OUT of the closet! You'll feel liberated, and your example will encourage others to COME OUT too. (Don't "out" anybody else, wait for them to OUT themselves when they are ready to do so).

The OUT Campaign allows individuals to let others know they are not alone. It can also be a nice way of opening a conversation and help to demolish the negative stereotypes of atheists. Let the world know that we are not about to go away and that we are not going to allow those that would condemn us to push us into the shadows.

As more and more people join the OUT Campaign, fewer and fewer people will feel intimidated by religion. We can help others understand that atheists come in all shapes, sizes, colours and personalities. We are labourers and professionals. We are mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, sisters, brothers and grandparents. We are human (we are primates) and we are good friends and good citizens. We are good people who have no need to cling to the supernatural.

It is time to let our voices be heard regarding the intrusion of religion in our schools and politics. Atheists along with millions of others are tired of being bullied by those who would force their own religious agenda down the throats of our children and our respective governments. We need to KEEP OUT the supernatural from our moral principles and public policies.

It is time to step up and...

We have many exciting activities and plans for the OUT Campaign, so be sure to watch OutCampaign.org for the latest developments!

Discussion Forum

How do you deal with religious ceremonies?

Started by Sage. Last reply by Al. Giscombe Sep 29, 2011. 27 Replies

The Scarlet A

Started by Sarah Walton. Last reply by Royce Fowler Oct 28, 2010. 10 Replies

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Comment by Will Soares on June 8, 2009 at 9:04pm
Besides a couple of OUT shirts I wear constantly, I slapped the 'scarlet letter' on my truck. Hopefully people will begin to recognize what that stands for!
Comment by Angie Jackson on May 3, 2009 at 7:42pm
I don't have any gear yet, but tell everyone I meet pretty instantly that I"m an atheist. lots of conversations, and a few people in my area have come more out as a result :)
Comment by DarkTheAtheist on May 2, 2009 at 12:17pm
Me and my friend imported RD's Atheist pin to the UK. :)
Comment by zeeman barzell on March 23, 2009 at 5:03pm
I have several tattoos, one of which is the American Atheist logo on the inside of my left wrist. It's very visible and not something that is easily hidden especially in the summertime. Anyone that has tattoos knows that they are very much conversation pieces. However, that one always brings any friendly conversation to a screeching halt. Some people just up and walk away, like I kicked their puppy.
Comment by Carlos Antonio Galeano Rios on February 13, 2009 at 7:45am
somebody wanted to be my friend at orkut (a community like this but not exclusive for freethinkers) and asked me about the A in my profile, I told him it stands for atheist... and he said... "Naaa.." and I said "YES" and I looked at him like saying "Are you gonna tell me what it stands for?" and he kind of read my mind (actually I think he read my evil look, which wasnt all that hard, or maybe god told him what I was thinking haha) and he explained himself saying: "But deep down inside you are really not an atheist", I just couldnt help luaghing...
Comment by Loren ɟɟןoʍ on February 12, 2009 at 11:52pm
I bought the T-Shirt and I love wearing it. No one has asked me yet what it stands for but i look forward to the day.
Comment by Michael Howard on February 7, 2009 at 4:57pm
Yes Charles. Anti-Christ, Anti-Satan, Anti-Allah, Anti-ganesh, Anti-Thor, Anti-RA, and so on.
Comment by Charles Hollingshead on February 7, 2009 at 2:57pm
After I told someone I work with my A stood for Atheist, they said, "Oh, then I think it stands for Anti-Christ."
Comment by Moonbeam on February 6, 2009 at 8:49pm
I've never hidden it but it's great to make it completely obvious. (bumper stick, ear rings, etc.)
Comment by Medusa on February 1, 2009 at 6:17pm
I just got my "Darwinfish" pin. I'm wearing it tomorrow. . .here goes!
 

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