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Ethnicity: Royal Blood Country: USA mtDNA: H11 Politics: Not interested Religion: Christian (BUT NOT Lutheran, Catholic, Orthodox, Mormon, Jehovah Witness, Methodist, 7th Day Somethings, and more to add later) Age: Young Member Admiration & Reason: Polaris. The universe needs him.
I do think it's the men's atheist group that's larger and they usually change the female (of she's religious) that they are dating so she too will become atheist. I've seen this happen with some I know already so personal experience!
And I agree with the study in the link especially this one "In the United States, for example, women are more likely than men to say religion is “very important” in their lives (60% vs. 47%)". Since living in the US and attending a Christian University more of the females I met there identified with a religion. Even in a Christian class that I took there were more females in the class. I actually can't remember where a single male sat. My round table had 4 girls and table next to mine had girls only. So guys were elsewhere since I'm sure there had to be at least one somewhere
And even in my family it's the same. With my two older brothers I always focused a lot on religion since youth. And though being the youngest I decided to be baptised first at 17 even though I wanted to at like 14 but mom thought I was too young. Then years later a bother decided to be baptised he was many over age 25. And one brother still hasn't even thought about baptism and he'll be 40 in a few years.
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Elizabeth — Very determined in her endeavors, never affected by anything that gets in her way.
Said by a smart Arktos member,
"A slavic girl may be so sweet. The nicest one you'll ever meet. She might seduce you if she can. You'll think she is your greatest fan. But cross her, and your fate she'll seal, with a will of titan steel."