Atheists generally have weak belief systems, and therefore might be influenced more by advocacy groups with a useful message. Many won't listen, even weak belief systems are hard to counter, but I suspect that feminism will generally find fertile ground in the rapidly growing atheist and secular part of the overall society.
And you're basing this on survey and polling data, right? Not just on anectdote and making shit up? FematheistFalse dichotomy. In any event survey and polling data finds whatever the constructor of the survey or poll wants to find. See any partisan political poll. Did you ever hear of or write a "push poll?" If not why not? You claim to be a social scientist, you must have been taught about them in something like Surveys 101.
Unbiased observation of convention activity, social functions, and comments of members of a study group are much more reliable than any poll or survey unless you have access to the actual questions asked in the poll, the demographic of the polling subjects, and the bias of the poll constructor. Got any? Or are all your observations and data biased by feminist activism?
I am sorry, are you suggesting that because some companies polls do push calling that gives you the right to just make bullshit up on these boards and pass it off as reality? Is that SERIOUSLY what your argument is? Attacking bad polling instead of defending or evening acknowleding the bullshit you just MADE UP?
I would call that a fundy evasion tactic there, JC.Fematheist
You can call it anything you like from your social science ivory tower. I am not talking about company or think tank push polls, I am talking about the biased polls and surveys from proper respected academic departments in economics and social science, two areas of interest for me. I do read past the popular articles in the news to the published data and read the protocols and the questions themselves. Some good, some garbage.
In any event I have been living atheism and feminism for many more decades than you have been alive and I am not a convert to either. Before you sling your projection of fundy on me you should at least identify the fundamentalism I allegedly identify with. What is it? A convert's fundamentalist anti-theist beliefs? A feminist activist's fundamentalism that all men are pricks?
I am a trained scientist and scholar although not working in either field I am able to observe behavior from a scientific POV generally without bias or belief based conceptual blocks. It is a fact that I am a feminist man living in a male dominated world, and an atheist in a Christian dominated culture, but I do observe without bias how both of those positions of privilege affect me and the others around me.
Shouting about making bullshit up does not make the assertion true. One must in academia or in the real world, take the bullshit apart and demonstrate that it is wrong. So far you have done neither.
To be fair to Fematheist she is promoting a feminist atheist channel on YouTube (Search Kristi Winters) that is well worth subscribing to if you are into Video. I skip to the references to see whether the transcript is worth reading.