The atheist movement does have its issues regarding inclusiveness, such as when it comes to feminism and trans-ethnic relations, but the truth is that while there are differing opinions and varying levels of conflicts between individuals and groups, no-one can deny that we’re all pretty much on the same side: we want equality for all and we want to do our part to achieve this goal.
We also realize that treating our female compatriots as if they were lesser beings in intelligence, value and aspirations is rather unbecoming, to put it mildly. Which is a notion that certain other groups don’t seem to possess:
Ooh, lookie! “‘Princess’ presentation”! “Bejeweled” snap! “Sparkle Pretty Pink cover”! The boys can have their regular ol’ Holy Book – but the girls, by virtue of intrinsic girlishness, need something excessively effete. Don’t you know all little girls just lurve princesses and pinks and sparkles and satin (and unicorns and future husbands)?
And what about other groups?
Something tells me these aren’t the folks you convene with when searching for variety. In anything.