Atheist dating online services
Three of the founders describe themselves as nonbelievers in their onsite profiles.
On the surface, there really isn't anything wrong with that. Beneath the surface, though, an assumption is being made: other Christians are more likely to share one Christian's values than non-Christians.
(Dominick Reuter/RNS PHOTO BY DOMINICK REUTER) “That is the value we were putting our finger on with these guys,” he said.
“I don’t think there has ever been a place with a mixed environment of people from religious and nonreligious backgrounds where it is more comfortable and respected to be an atheist, an agnostic or a humanist.” The site, Epstein said, embodies America’s “secular future.” Ok Cupid was founded by Rudder, Sam Yagan, Chris Coyne and Max Krohn.
And if people have suggestions, we want to take those ideas and incorporate them to make the project better.” Another humanist value the site embodies, Krohn said, is an absence of judgment — same sex couples, the polyamorous, and those seeking lifelong partners and quick hook-ups are all welcome.
And he sees his own humanist values reflected in the site’s encouragement that it users dig deeper by asking more questions about themselves and their potential matches.