Category: The Atheist Coming Out Project

The Atheist Coming Out Project: James’ Story ‘Becoming Free’

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Coming out as an atheist is a lot like coming out gay, your parents and friends can be quite unpredictable when faced with the truth. For some of us our parents are accepting and loving, for others not so much. Today James tells us his story of how he become an atheist at 13 in the 1950′s and live life his way – by being honest with himself.

James also has a great short video which can be viewed here and a great blog. Check them out!

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The Self Harm Experiences and Atheist Coming Out Project: K.T.

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K.T. has written into Insufferable Intolerance with several submissions. One for the Self Harm Experiences Project, one for the Atheist Coming Out Project and one for the Queer Experiences Project. Today K.T. has asked me to post the Self Harm and Atheist Coming Out submission. For you, my readers, anything.

I hope you enjoy today’s submissions. I’m off to make my wallet cry at my local bookfeist. I’ll post pictures of my haul after it’s over next week.

TRIGGER WARNING: MAY CONTAIN GRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS OF SELF HARM.

If you’re experiencing suicidal thoughts or the urge to self harm, please call the confidential Lifeline suicide hotline.

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The Atheist Coming Out Project: Lucy

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Today’s atheist coming story has been brought to by: Lucy.

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The Atheist Coming Out Project: Anonymous

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Today’s Atheist Coming Out story is curtesy of Anonymous.

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The Atheist Coming Out Project: Andrew

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Today’s Atheist Coming Out Story arrives curtesy of The Original Mad Scientist himself @AmdAndrew

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Submissions wanted

Hello readers!

We’ve got several new projects happening here at Insufferable Intolerance.

Firstly, The Self Harm Experiences Project: Insufferable Intolerance is a looking for submissions from individuals who have had experiences relating to self harm/self injury/eating disorders/depression/anxiety.

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