I saw this post elsewhere on the web by an American:
I'm not saying I agree with this strategy which sounds like bullying to me but I can see how making religion seem 'uncool' might make some teenagers think a bit more about it. What I'm not sure is how you make religion seem uncool.If we ever hope to dismantle the dominance that religion has in culture, we must make it unfashionable, uncool, and untenable, especially to the younger generations.
We can't change unreasonable and intractable minds with reason, but we can ridicule them. And we should.
I'm not talking about politely disagreeing with people when they say, "Thank God," or whatever. I'm saying we should boistrously and unashamedly make fun of people who invoke religion or mythical beings at every opportunity. We should make them embarrassed that they even opened their mouths.
And if we can't eliminate their illegitimate thinking, at least we should make them think twice about openly declaring their beliefs in polite company. Put the shoe on the other foot. Make them them out to be crazy. Drive them underground. Deny them public office.
Arm yourself: Learn to counter the arguments they're going to use defending their beliefs. Insist they can't quote from a book riddled with errors. Learn the history of preceding religions, and you can easily show theirs is just another copycat, Pagan and Egyptian-based sun/death worship cult.
Remind people that it's perfectly fine to ridicule the ridiculous on any other topic, and that religious beliefs deserve no special protection from intelligent and rational debate.
Join in discussions. Use the herd instinct just like the herd instinct was used to get us into this collective bovine state of mind in the first place.