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"I was a believer when I first moved to Vermont in 1987, a Neo-Pagan to be exact. I never had any problems then, despite being fairly open and in the public sphere with it. By the time I moved to Maine in 1996, I was having serious doubts, and became…"
"yet one's experience in such things depends to a large extent on the circles one moves in.
Also, I would think where one lives. Even very tolerant areas can have pockets of idiocy. In Marshfield back in the early 90s (or was it late 80s?), a…"
"Hi. I'm a 55-year old single female, Vermont (former urbanite), no children, my best friend is my dog (he's also a rabid atheist, of course). Still looking after all these years for a like-minded human male. I think we should have a secret…"
"Regarding your "by my count" observations (I'm a new member and as such haven't had a chance to read all 95 replies), I cannot let one of your assumptions go without asking: why on earth would you "assume" that there is…"
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Greetings fellow atheists! I have been looking for you for years. I am in Bradford Vermont, near New Hampshire (used to live in Montpelier). Interesting how there are many divergent parallel lives being experienced in Vermont -- my 20 year experience is that it is not a very tolerant place (at least not of atheists), and that unless you belong to a church-oriented religious group (including the Unitarian Church) you are ignored on many levels. I'm so delighted that there is now a mechanism to…See More