I was reading a post at FriendlyAtheist.com that was talking about the best way to expel the negative stereotypes about atheists, is to go out and be yourself, and let people know that you are an atheist. But how can I do that, without saying to everyone I meet, "Hey I'm an atheist!" Like when I hold the door open for someone, and they say thanks, should I respond "Your welcome, oh and I'm an atheist!" I know I could buy a t-shirt or a lapel pin, or something like that, but I can't wear the same t-shirt everyday, and I'm not a jewelry type person, so pins and things like that wont help me at all. Any other suggestions?
Sixty years ago black people had to sit at the back of the bus and now there is a black man in the Whitehouse.
Atheism is the last acceptable prejudice BUT it is also growing and the collective voice of atheism is growing louder. Give it time, sooner or later the propaganda about atheism that churches feed to their congregations will be forced under the microscope.
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