This is very true. But on the other hand, look at it this way. For the sake of equality, we could add Atheism into this theoretical religious section or whatever gets implemented... but none of us "Atheists" would ever post. We typically don't feel a need to declare our Atheism to the world. Nor are we really looking for support from other Atheists. Those who are religious though, are seeking people who they can relate to, because their beliefs are telling them that they, as human beings, are wrong in some way. By finding a support system, they can help to resolve some of those issues. Atheists, seeing as we don't believe in these things, feel there is nothing wrong with ourselves from that standpoint. We don't need a support system to sort these issues, because they simply aren't there. Relatively speaking, we're comfortable with being by ourselves. However, we chime in on religious threads. Why? Because, as humans, we feel the need to be right. I will stand by thinking I am right, but that isn't the purpose here. We also chime in as an attempt to help those who are struggling, by proposing they examine a solution that wasn't previously examined. It isn't necessarily to say that Atheism is right and religion is wrong, but more that "oh, you're religious? Have you considered Atheism? It may not be right for you, but at least look at your options." In the same way people convert to being religious, people can choose to become non-religious. No one is better than the other; they're just options. Some people neglect to look at all the choices because they are too caught up in their 'group' being right (but that's a social psychology issue). Providing opinions and viewpoints are what forums are for. Would a group of Atheists actively be starting threads about religion? No. But we would certainly chime in with our viewpoint, and hope it be respected, as much as we try and respect the religious viewpoints.