Naturalistic Neurodiversity

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Ableism in Atheism Anonymous #2

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Do you consider yourself to be a person with a disability? If so, what?

Have you (or do you personally know someone who has) felt out-of-place or limited your involvement with an atheist community because of disability-related situations?

No.

What steps could atheist communities take to become more inclusive?

Host a variety of events to cater to people of all needs.

Any other thoughts about ableism and atheism?

The misogyny problem is a lot harder for people struggling with PTSD to deal with and makes us want to avoid some functions to avoid being around a “boys club” or even in internet groups/communities.

Response #2 from the Ableism in Atheism survey.

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Written by The Nerd

April 22, 2012 at 12:00 pm

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