Good question. The matter hasn't really came up. As I said, I don't date often and when I do, I don't consider it a qualifier. Only IF a guy was to start proselytizing would I consider that a deal breaker. I was talking to a muslim for a long while and he was always interested in why I am a non-theist but only as a matter of curiosity. He never attacked my views and his religion didn't bother me.
Last resort-- instead of all these "Don't Believe In God? You're not alone" ads, we should just have magazine ads that parade classy, half-naked women with "Atheist" at the bottom of the page in fancy italic letters. At that point, it really doesn't matter what you're selling.
Earther I'm not sure why Oregon is liberal; but, coastal regions are usually more liberal than inland regions. This is a phenomenon notable throughout history. Anyplace that experiences a lot of interaction between people of different backgrounds, such as large cities or places involved in sea trade were usually more liberal than rural farm regions. Actually, this phenomenon plays out in Oregon too. Portland and the coast are pretty liberal. But, outside the city, particularly Eastern Oregon, is much more conservative. We have a Bible belt here too.
Hello Earther. Welcome to this friendly meeting place with freethinkers who recognise that religion is a huge deception aimed at controlling vulnerable superstitious people, including defenceless children; and
how tragic and inexcusable it is that women and minorities have been oppressed these last two thousand years and even longer.