How I Became An Ex Muslim

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4 thoughts on “How I Became An Ex Muslim

  1. It’s always nice to read these stories. I know that the Muslim religion can be extremely hard to leave if you live in a really religious area, and sometimes it can be dangerous to do so. Ultimately it’s great that you’re happy with your decision. Secular communities are everywhere if you need support, but they don’t come to you. I’m saying this because a lot of people go back to their religion because they feel alone. Go to a library, go to a science club… go anywhere where you will find nerds, and they’ll be Agnostic 99% of the time. You have to find a community if you ever feel alone 🙂


      1. I’m not from New York, I’m in the NorthWest. However, it looks like there is an Atheist community in NYC:

        I’ve been to the Atheists of Utah and they are wonderful. They had reading clubs once a week where you discussed books, they also had a coffee night where you can just hang out with like-minded people. And then once every couple of months they had an event like a barbecue or a fundraiser. They made my life a lot better while living in a super religious state. It looks like NYC has a ton more support than I have in my area so you’ll be just fine.

        Some Agnostic groups are Atheists and Satanists. They’re both great groups, but Atheists are a lot more chill and more about living your life. Satanists are more about changing the world.


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