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Hi -I have just joined this site with pleasure and relief. The more sites and groups that refute the idiocy of religion and promote clear thinking and reason are to be congratulated and supported. I have recently started a Facebook page called Faithless and Free which is attracting a rapidly growing following. Please take a look and become a fan if you support our aims. Thankyou in advance!…See More
Marcus, welcome to Atheist Nexus. Be sure to check out the GROUPS page to find like-minded people.
I've started eight groups here, so please join any you think you might be interested in. We’d love to have your contributions.
HERCULANEUM: A PLACE FOR MEN is a group where men can discuss and explore the ideas, goals, demands, ethics, sexuality, and nature of manhood and masculinity. It is a place where we are free to be ourselves, and discuss the issues most important to our identities as men.
THE KNIFE & FORK is a group for anyone who has a strong interest or mild curiosity in food, cooking, eating, drinking, and nutrition.
HUMANE ATHEISTS is a group for people who are interested in trying to live a humane life by understanding the issues surrounding animal welfare.
CONSUMER ETHICS was created to help us understand how our purchasing power can help or harm the world around us.
Welcome to Atheist Nexus with its 10,700+ good friends and many discussion groups.
Among the groups, may I suggest you try the busy group “ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Humans, Evolution, Religion.....” with its 160 commonsense topics whose discussions explain science and rebuff religious nonsense. You will be welcome.
Terry Meaden (60+; English; Oxford scientist)