Yes, it’s possible to be both. Though I’ve met almost none who identify as both. I have, however, met atheist feminists/MRAs who are (somewhat) okay with the other side.
Yes, it’s possible. You could also be egalitarian, humanist, other, or nothing at all, but I have met almost none who don’t identify as either feminist or MRA. I did meet a MIGTOW who identified as atheist, and neither feminist nor MRA, but that’s close to it.
Greetings Drew, from Canada, the land of snow, ice hockey, and polar bears.
Most atheists, by nature, are skeptics and follow their own personal roadmap. Males who advocate for men’s rights obviously prioritize that as a priority. And for females who advocate for women’s rights, they would prioritize their position.
As atheists, the sole thing we have in common is a lack of belief in a god or gods. There is zero dogma in being an atheist, you could be a member of PETA, or you could be a bow hunter on the weekends.
We all march to the beat of our own drum, or maybe a rolling pin.
TAKE THE RED PILL - Atheism has nothing to do with belief systems. Most atheists are skeptics to one degree or another. Some are not. Some believe in all sorts of weird shit. Crystal magic, magnetism, acupuncture, chakras, The Secret, bla bla bla bla… The only thing atheists have in common is a lack of belief in God or gods. That’s it… no big secret.
Yeah, I guess so. But I might add that it’s not just males who advocate for Men’s Rights and vice versa. Women also advocate for Men’s Rights, many who are atheists, and some women who do (but are or aren’t necessarily atheist, I don’t know) include Shoe0nHead, Blaire White, and Karen Straughan. I’m pretty sure at least two of them are atheists, maybe all of them.
Hm. Yeah, I guess so
Is there really a difference between the two?
I guess PETA has a bigger body count.
Sorry, that reminded me of the song, “Counting bodies like sheep to the rhythms of the war drums.”
Yeah, I know. But I was wondering why there is such a divide between feminists and MRAs in the atheist community. I know we can all be one thing or another.
And I take the red pill, yeah, but I also have the “green pill.”