If you’re looking for quality Atheist feeds to follow on Twitter, I highly recommend Lady FreeThinker (@LadyFreethinker). Not only does she promote free thinking regarding religion, she also posts on politics and women in science. There are many, many Atheist-related feeds one can follow on Twitter, and there’s only so much time one has in a day to read these feeds, but I highly, highly recommend you follow Lady FreeThinker. You won’t regret it! Okay, you might, but that’s not my problem! 🙂
Last Sunday I pointed you to @godless_mom on Twitter. This week I’m pointing you to NonProphetess (@nonprophetess) on Twitter. She’s another great atheist activist (at least in my view) who has a great online presence on Twitter. She recently surpassed 10,000 Twitter followers and I highly encourage you to view her feed and follow her. I don’t know her personally, but she doesn’t hide the fact she’s a liberal atheist from Idaho. Yes, read that again, a liberal atheist from Idaho. Wow!
NonProphetess tweets several times per day, although not nearly as much as the Godless_Mom. She has a funny take on religion and politics and is a joy to read each day. If you’re looking for more Atheists in your Twitter feed and want some humor in those tweets, then the NonProphetess is a MUST follow. Do it. Do it now!!!
Today I’d like to give a shout out to the Godless Mom (@godless_mom) on Twitter. I ran across her profile several months ago and immediately followed her. I don’t know her personally, but she’s an amazing Atheist activist on the web. Her Twitter feed is filled with awesome related content each day. This includes news articles, opinions, links to her own blog posts and videos, along with conversations she has with both believers and non-believers. She is not afraid to state her opinion nor is she afraid to back down from theists.
If you have Twitter account and are an out and proud atheist or have a pseudo account to keep your Atheism hidden for reasons of your own, then you need to be following the Godless Mom. You won’t regret it! I will warn you, however, that she posts MANY times per day. The cool thing about Twitter is there’s no need to read every tweet. I organize followers into lists and when I want a bit of Atheism content, I read through that list feed. If I’m more interested in science, I read through my science list feed. Twitter may seem overwhelming to the new user, but once you get the hang of it, it’s a great communication tool and information source. As with anything on the web, you can’t believe everything you read, but if you’re careful, Twitter is truly a great source for informing oneself on a particular topic.