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I always hear people talking about where they can meet other atheists for dating/mating purposes. So I put the question out to several atheist lady-friends and the Twitter/Facebook worlds: What do the rest of us need to know in order to woo female atheists? I’ve compiled the advice below from what they said (along with my own thoughts).
As hated as we are, wouldn't it make sense to offer secular dating sites? Unfortunately, I think that all the same criticisms we could apply to "Christian only" sites apply here too. If you meet the woman of your dreams, you’ll find out quickly that she’s already seeing somebody. Read books, be up-to-date on current events, know how to tell a good story, know something about sports (better yet, play one), listen to music that isn’t on the radio, watch movies that play in only a handful of theaters. It is very possibly that you meet someone you like who is a very religious person. And, yes, maybe it’ll be a barrier you can’t overcome. Moral of the story: You don’t automatically have to set your dating website search filters on “atheist” only. I'd bet that if you talked to the Christians who use a site like Christian Mingle, they would say that they like it because it increases their chances of finding a partner who shares their values.On the surface, there really isn't anything wrong with that. Beneath the surface, though, an assumption is being made: other Christians are more likely to share one Christian's values than non-Christians.What is your reaction to the idea of an online dating site exclusively for Christians?
My initial response was something along the lines of, "I guess such a fragile worldview must be insulated against reality as much as possible." But on second thought, I've decided that it probably isn't quite that simple.
This is also why some online dating services have decided to specialize by catering only to a particular niche market.
In fact, this practice is becoming so common that it no longer seems controversial. Christians Only Have you seen those ads for a Christian-only online dating service called Christian Mingle.com?
Once the legal battle was joined, town officials canvassed widely for volunteer prayer-givers and added a Jewish layman, a Wiccan priestess and a member of the Baha'i faith to the mix.
The two women contended that the prayers in Greece were unconstitutional because they pressured those in attendance to participate.
The 5-4 ruling, supported by the court's conservative justices and opposed by its liberals, was based in large part on the history of legislative prayer dating back to the Framers of the Constitution.