I have noticed that reddit's r/atheism is rather fond of basic sexist jokes such as:

http://todayilearned.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/how-men-and-women-take-photos.jpg

What sort of evidence would you like?

If your working definition of "sexism" is implying that women may in at least some ways be different from men in ways that reasonably imply inferiority, I disagree with your definition.

4dbaupp8yI think that reddit as a whole (ignoring some pockets) is fond of sexist jokes.

How can people be actually converted?

by yttrium 1 min read5th Feb 201294 comments

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Have you ever convinced a religious person to become atheistic? How did you do this? How long did it take? Were the people in some sort of life crisis, or were they just living along?

This is probably a quite difficult task of persuasion. So stories how people were successful at it could be very interesting to improve ones' persuasion abilities.

Relatedly, it might be interesting to know what religious groups have gathered on techniques to convert people to their religion - are there some manuals/techniques floating around?