It was New Year’s Eve and I was in over six beers. We had friends over, kids from my son’s school and their parents. The conversation was fantastic (at least, what I can remember of it) and in the back of my head, the thought kept popping up, should I tell them? 
For the most part, people around here don’t care what your religious beliefs are. They don’t care if you’re Christian, Jewish, Muslim, atheist or Zoroastrian. No one ever asks, save for the Jehovah’s that pop by now and then, and even if they did ask, and I said I was atheist, it wouldn’t change what they thought of me.
But telling them that I have a blog and social spaces called Godless Mom from which I ridicule and criticize religion daily? That’s a whole other thing. Most people wouldn’t care to ask why I do it. They’d just recoil because it doesn’t fit into their Stepford view of the world, where we are cordial with each other and avoid politics and religion in our conversations like it would…



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