Mar 11, 2018
In this ninth episode of the Atheist Republic Voicemails, we share eleven stories of atheists from Indonesia to Alaska. They share their stories of the LGBT community and the discrimination they face daily for being an atheist.
Speaker 1 describes the challenges faced by LGBT youth living in Indonesia.
Speaker 2 talks about why it’s more important to believe in yourself than God.
Speaker 3 talks about the difficulty of being raised in a Muslim family while living in France.
Speaker 4 talks about the discrimination atheists face in Tennessee. The next speaker expresses his gratefulness towards the Atheist Republic.
Speaker 6 talks about the violence atheists face in Zanzibar.
Speaker 7 is an agnostic atheist activist who discusses how he plans to change the public perception of atheism.
Speaker 8 talks about what it’s like to be a teenage atheist living in a conservative area.
Speaker 9 talks about his experience of being an atheist living off grid up in Alaska.
Speaker 10 talks about how to he escaped the deadly clutches of fundamentalist Islam.
Finally, the last speaker discusses the struggle he experienced in trying to leave his mother’s evangelical church.
It’s time to free yourself from the prison of belief and fear. This is truly the greatest time in history to be an atheist.
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