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Readers' Choice Awards - Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Community of 2011

By February 22, 2012

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Readers' Choice Awards

One of the best things about the internet is the ability to create virtual communities made up from people all around this world. This is especially valuable for atheists who often don't know other atheists around them or can't afford to reveal their atheism. Which online community do you think is best for atheists?

Readers nominated a lot of different atheist communities and now we have the five finalists for you to vote on.

To be eligible, a site must have been active for most of 2011, still be active now, and be focused on providing a community for atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, etc. It can include just about any sort of forum or social networking site. It can't simply be a blog with comments.

Here are links to each of the atheist communities that are finalists for the Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Community of 2011:

Readers Choice Awards - All Voting Pages

Previous Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Community Winners:

Note: Readers are only allowed to vote once a day during the voting period, February 22 - March 21. That's why voting requires that you be logged in here to About.com, be logged in with Facebook, or that you provide an email address. A per About.com's privacy policy, your email address won't be shared with anyone. You won't even be signed up for newsletters - it's just needed to prevent fraud.

Comments
February 22, 2012 at 10:10 pm
(1) Barry Johnstone says:

My ‘problem’ is that I gain something from every atheist site I visit, so just voting for a SINGLE site doesn’t work for me. But a big plus for every atheist site I visit works!

March 7, 2012 at 7:00 pm
(2) pj says:

@ Barry: that’s the type of thing an atheist would say.

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