Hello everyone once again, it's JP Bradt and today I present:
By now, if you have checked out my page, you know that I am an
atheist advocate secular advocate. Some might think that "secular advocate" means "atheist advocate", but there is a difference. Allow me to make the distinction.
Explaining the Difference Between 'Atheist' and 'Secular'
For example, when at work here in the United States, most of the time we are required to be secular. This simply means that we may be religious, we may pray or perform quiet rituals, we may wear religious dress (depending whether it is appropriate for the job—for example, in a fast food restaurant one is expected to wear the company clothes, not a hijab). However, proselytizing is not permitted in most work settings. In fact, a person can and often does get fired for it. This does not mean that everyone is encouraged to be atheistic at work; on the contrary, it allows each person to have his own religion and disallows others from imposing their beliefs on him.
What Advocacy Means in My Case
To this end, I advocate for the purpose of nondiscrimination in nations where the nonreligious and members of minority religions get persecuted.
You can check out my first achievement here if you like.1
Thanks as always to @cryptokannon and everyone else who made these achievements possible.
Peace and Love,