Neither, please. I'm not subscribed to r/atheism for a reason.
Neither. I'm an atheist, sub to r/atheism, but please keep it out of our other sub reddits.
ps, jij: I think what our communities prefer is probably as important as what your community prefers if not more so, isnt it?
Who says either subreddit wants content from /r/atheism in the first place?
/r/ainbow doesn't want /r/atheism's crap, go away
Guys, r/LGBT is run by ShitRedditSays. Although r/ainbow is winning, it's worrying that so many people are voting for r/LGBT. If you'd like to know more, read this: http://www.reddit.com/r/SubredditDrama/comments/qjn8w/recap_the_tale_of_rlgbt_part_i/
Considering after the complete and utter explosion of the mods in /r/lgbt not terribly long ago, I don't see how this would even be a viable option. As a gay man I don't even subscribe to it any more. If I want to deal with prejudice within my own community I'd go there but for the moment there doesn't seem a point.
/r/ainbow is a rapidly growing subreddit with a lot of support and is a great alternative to the clusterfuck that is /r/lgbt.
No option for removal makes me sad. Came to vote but can't express my opinion that posts regarding the religious oppression of the LGBT are entirely relevant and very important to r/atheism.
@Naugat, yes their policies are a bit draconian (not sure if warranted or not) which is why I switched to /r/ainbow for the time being, but I'd really like to use whatever *our* community prefers.
From the /r/LGBT rules:
Rule 4: Threads that seem to have been taken over by off-topic and/or excessively inflammatory discussion due to linking from other subreddits (Including but not limited to ShitRedditSays, SubredditDrama, and MensRights) will be deleted so they do not appear on r/lgbt's front page. They will still be accessible from outside links.
Somehow I think that redirecting submissions to /r/LGBT might not be appreciated, unless you've talked to them about it already.
The major differences are that /r/lgbt is bigger and has much stricter moderation, where /r/ainbow is smaller but is much more free speech oriented. Also see the open letter to /r/atheism from /r/lgbt (the link is in their top bar, it's a big green box).