American Atheists and obesity

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Jamila Bey

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Madalyn Murray O'Hair was the founder of the American Atheists organization and she was overweight.[1] One of the last pictures taken of Madalyn Murray O'Hair features her standing before a cake as can be seen HERE.

As of December 28, 2010, the pictures of the members of the American Atheists organization's board of directors showed a significant portion of its members having excess body weight. Members of the American Atheists board of directors who were overweight as of December 28, 2010 included: Richard Andrews, Blair Scott, Monty Gaither, and Ann Zindler. A picture of an overweight Richard Andrews can be found HERE. A picture of an overweight Blair Scott can be found HERE. A picture of an overweight Monty Gaither can be found HERE. A picture of an overweight Ann Zindler can be found HERE.

On August 11. 2013, a new overweight member of their board of directors was listed - namely, Jamila Bey.[2] A video of an overweight Jamila Bey can be seen HERE.

The current pictures of the American Atheists board of directors can be found HERE.

See also: Atheism and obesity

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New Atheism leaders and problems with being overweight

see also: Atheism and obesity and New Atheism leadership's problem with excess weight

As noted earlier, the main authors of the New Atheism movement include Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Richard Dawkins, Victor J. Stenger and Christopher Hitchens.[3] The New Atheism movement claims to be pro-science, yet three out of five of these men have have had issues with being overweight as can be seen HERE and HERE and HERE PZ Myers is also a leader within the New Atheism movement and PZ Myers has had issues with being overweight.

Hippocrates, who was also against abortion, was an early advocate of the health benefits of exercise and nutrition.[1]

On the other hand, PZ Myers and a significant amount of other New Atheism leaders, seem to lack a full appreciation of the value of nutritional science, exercise science and the latest findings of medical science. (see: also Atheism and obesity). As of August 2013, Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris have not publicly commented on the significant problems the New Atheism leadership has experienced in terms of overweight members.

Evolutionists who have had problems with being overweight and/or obese

See: Evolutionists who have had problems with being overweight and/or obese

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