#1: It's a lonely world for Skeptics of Color (Agnostics, Atheists, etc.)
When I decided to walk away from religion, it was my first real experience with isolation within my own community. The first time I felt different from family and friends. The first time I've been compelled to be silent about my beliefs. It was also a test in my own independence and stubborn nature, which felt great. I'm a little nervous posting this and just hope nobody from back home will stumble upon this, haha. Please share your stories and opinions whether complimentary or contrary. I wanna hear it all. Is it harder in the Black community to come out as a non-theist or is it the same across the board?