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no i'm not really interested in joining any.. but i do support them
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I've heard it is really hard to organize atheists, given that we tend to think very independently and be somewhat averse to authority, ritual and hierarchy. Also I think most of us are very hesitant to share our atheistic beliefs on a casual basis with others, because of reactions we're used to receiving when we "accidentally offend" a religious person. So I wonder if it is weird to attend atheist meetings and what, other than atheism, those people might have in common.
That said, no, I don't belong to any organizations.