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  1. 1. Your race is...

    • Caucasian
      152
    • African (incl. black westerners)
      4
    • Arab
      1
    • Persian
      0
    • Turkic
      0
    • East Asian peoples (Chinese et al)
      9
    • Indigenous American
      0
    • Indian
      3
    • Indigenous Australasian
      0
    • Other
      4
    • Mixed
      7
  2. 2. Your religious beliefs are...

    • Christianity
      32
    • Islam
      0
    • Judaism
      2
    • Buddhism
      1
    • Taoism
      0
    • Hinduism
      1
    • Sikhism
      1
    • Zoroastrianism
      0
    • Caodaiism
      0
    • Jainism
      0
    • Shintoism
      0
    • Primal Indigenous
      0
    • African Traditional
      0
    • Bahá'í Faith
      0
    • Neo-Paganism
      1
    • Rastafarianism
      1
    • Scientology
      1
    • Chinese folk religion
      0
    • Atheism
      103
    • Other
      37
  3. 3. Your sexual preference is

    • Heterosexuality
      134
    • Homosexuality (g & l)
      16
    • Bisexuality
      17
    • Asexuality
      8
    • Confused
      5


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Heres my results

 

Caucasian

Heterosexual

Athiest.

 

 

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Caucasian, Hetrosexual, Pseudo-Christian.

 

In these kinds of questionnaires, I normally write down my religion as Christian, because that conforms with my true beliefs the closest.

 

However, I have my own ideas that aren't Christian. One of my biggest differences is that I believe the concept of the immortal soul as Christianity teaches it is logically impossible, but I still believe that souls and persons should be subject to minimal harm wherever and whenever they happen to exist. The possibility of the creation, destruction and duplication of personalities still does not diminish the value of any personality at any time.

 

That said, I do believe in the existence of an omnipotent immanent creator of the universe. The being that penned down the laws that the universe to allow the majesty of the whole thing to come into existence.

 

Alright, Christian. Good enough.


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As for religion, what would I be under if I believe in a higher power , but I do not worship it. Just curious as I've never really thought there was a term for such beliefs.


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As for religion, what would I be under if I believe in a higher power , but I do not worship it. Just curious as I've never really thought there was a term for such beliefs.

Deism?


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East Asian, Other religion (not specified), and I'm hetero.

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Caucasian, Heterosexual, Non-Religious.


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I'm an atheist, heterosexual Caucasian.

 

I'm guessing I'll fit in quite well here.

You'd fit in pretty well in most of the internet just by being atheist.

 

You forgot Agnostic... I don't consider myself atheist. Caucasian, if you'd have put white I would have said other... Prolly Jedi, as something like 0.2% of the US population did put that in 2000's census.

Hrm.. If anybody does tally up age/country etc: I'm 17, from the US... And I'm female, which would be fun to count up how badly we're outnumbered here.

Agnostic is an adjective, you'd either be agnostic atheist or agnostic theist.


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Caucasian Atheistic Heterosexual... kinda boring really, that's obviously gonna be the main demographic here.

 

As for gender & age I'd say 16-25 male would be a reasonable estimation.


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Seems I'm pretty average/normal by Tip.It's standards. Caucasian, Heterosexual and an Atheist.


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I must say, looking at the possible answers, that it looks like you've just looked up religions on wikipedia and picked the ones that sound cool. Some of those religions have been out for over a millennia now, and some are kept to their countries of origin and so are extremely unlikely to be represented by people on the net.


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I'm an atheist, heterosexual Caucasian.

 

I'm guessing I'll fit in quite well here.

You'd fit in pretty well in most of the internet just by being atheist.

To be honest I class myself as being more of a secular humanist but since humanism rejects the supernatural I guess that would also put me into the bracket of 'atheism'.

 

The people who go around the 'net saying religious people are [developmentally delayed]s though, I want nothing to do with. I didn't happen to like the Transformers film but I'm not going to say anyone who did deserves shooting or something. I think they're the reason atheists feel so dirty about using the word to describe themselves, even though technically it's true that they are.

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Scientology is not a religion. Why put that, as well as some other religions which is it very likely people people here, on an English speaking forum will not be part of and miss things like agnostic off?


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Scientology is not a religion. Why put that, as well as some other religions which is it very likely people people here, on an English speaking forum will not be part of and miss things like agnostic off?

Some people still believe in ridiculous things and it is classed as a religion.


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Scientology is not a religion. Why put that, as well as some other religions which is it very likely people people here, on an English speaking forum will not be part of and miss things like agnostic off?

Some people still believe in ridiculous things and it is classed as a religion.

 

It isn't in most of the world. I refuse to see it as a religion. It is a cult, full stop. I actually find it offensive to be recognised next to religions.


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Caucasian, Athiest and Heterosexual, that's about enough information to narrow me down to, I don't know, say 3/4 of the internet.


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I must say, looking at the possible answers, that it looks like you've just looked up religions on wikipedia and picked the ones that sound cool. Some of those religions have been out for over a millennia now, and some are kept to their countries of origin and so are extremely unlikely to be represented by people on the net.

 

I've just gone for the biggest world religions, with exceptions in places where I feel the religions overlap. Caodaiism, for example, is a big religion in Vietnam and Vietnamese communities abroad, which are especially large in the USA. The same applies to Rastafarianism and others on the list. Ommitting them because it's "unlikely" defeats the object of a census; if no one is a Caodai, then at least we know that nobody is, because it's still there as an option. This way the census is more inclusive and gives us a clearer idea of the demographics of the forum.

 

 

Scientology is not a religion. Why put that, as well as some other religions which is it very likely people people here, on an English speaking forum will not be part of and miss things like agnostic off?

Some people still believe in ridiculous things and it is classed as a religion.

 

Virtually all Scientologists are American, so including it on a US/Eurocentric forum makes quite a lot of sense. Agnositicism, on the other hand, is not a religion, and so including it makes far less sense, as is stated in the FAQ.

 

Scientology is not a religion. Why put that, as well as some other religions which is it very likely people people here, on an English speaking forum will not be part of and miss things like agnostic off?

Some people still believe in ridiculous things and it is classed as a religion.

 

It isn't in most of the world. I refuse to see it as a religion. It is a cult, full stop. I actually find it offensive to be recognised next to religions.

 

But it has over 10,000 followers - estimates at number of Scientologists are never lower than 50,000 - and so it is a religion. Cults are only cults if they have under 10,000 followers, full stop. Just because you or I find it foolish doesn't mean that listing it as a religion - nothing more than an obective truth - is "offensive".



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Scientology is not a religion. Why put that, as well as some other religions which is it very likely people people here, on an English speaking forum will not be part of and miss things like agnostic off?

Some people still believe in ridiculous things and it is classed as a religion.

 

It isn't in most of the world. I refuse to see it as a religion. It is a cult, full stop. I actually find it offensive to be recognised next to religions.

 

But it has over 10,000 followers - estimates at number of Scientologists are never lower than 50,000 - and so it is a religion. Cults are only cults if they have under 10,000 followers, full stop. Just because you or I find it foolish doesn't mean that listing it as a religion - nothing more than an obective truth - is "offensive".

The issue I take with scientology is that L. Ron Hubbard is quoted as saying

"You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion."

 

Scientology is not organic, its synthetic. To an atheist this might be difficult to comprehend, but when the creator of your religion is quoted as saying "The only way you can control anybody is to lie to them," you don't have a religion, you have a gimmick.


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Heterosexual

I put Asian (Chinese), but I'm also Italian and Welsh

Christian (Catholic), but my mom thinks I'm atheist because I acknowledge evolution as fact and support gay rights


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Scientology is not a religion. Why put that, as well as some other religions which is it very likely people people here, on an English speaking forum will not be part of and miss things like agnostic off?

Some people still believe in ridiculous things and it is classed as a religion.

 

It isn't in most of the world. I refuse to see it as a religion. It is a cult, full stop. I actually find it offensive to be recognised next to religions.

 

But it has over 10,000 followers - estimates at number of Scientologists are never lower than 50,000 - and so it is a religion. Cults are only cults if they have under 10,000 followers, full stop. Just because you or I find it foolish doesn't mean that listing it as a religion - nothing more than an obective truth - is "offensive".

The issue I take with scientology is that L. Ron Hubbard is quoted as saying

"You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion."

 

Scientology is not organic, its synthetic. To an atheist this might be difficult to comprehend, but when the creator of your religion is quoted as saying "The only way you can control anybody is to lie to them," you don't have a religion, you have a gimmick.

 

The Catholic church is considered the richest corporation in the world.

 

What makes either one more of a religion then the other (besides age?)

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Dunno, it seems like two different races to me.

 

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Besides, there's the issue of self-identification. We usually call ourselves Mestizos way more often than Caucasians.

 

But anyway. :razz:

 

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The reason Caucasian has a stupidly large majority is due to the amount of races you lumped into it; if you at least gave Hispanic as an option, there would be some more variety. Why give Turkic and Persian a separate option when Hispanics would be, I would imagine at least, more common?

 

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Caucasian

Atheist

Heterosexual.

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The Catholic church is considered the richest corporation in the world.

 

What makes either one more of a religion then the other (besides age?)

Lol by who? And does someone actually have a verified source on that?

 

By the way, I wonder how much money is in the pope's bank account?


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Dunno, it seems like two different races to me.

 

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Besides, there's the issue of self-identification. We usually call ourselves Mestizos way more often than Caucasians.

 

But anyway. :razz:

 

Caucasian

Homosexual

Athiest.

Granted they look different, but technically hispanics are either white European, native (Central and South) American, or a mix of the two. Thing is, in USA we don't call half (Norhthern) native-half white people a new race, why should the Spanish speaking people be?

 

Mine:

Caucasian
Heterosexual
Atheist


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What makes either one more of a religion then the other (besides age?)

Well, the Catholic Church doesn't charge a membership fee. The way they were founded is another difference. This is probably better suited to another thread.

 

 

Back on topic:

Age would be more interesting, less controversial. Home country too. I feel like those define a person more than their ethnicity.


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