I'm really not interested in debating semantics and minor points that have nothing to do with my original message. Instead I'll restate it simply and clearly.
1. God is imaginary and religion is harmful.
2. In order to stop religion, belief in god is must no longer be a socially acceptable mental disorder.
3. Do not be afraid or ashamed to be atheist.
4. Encourage others not to be afraid or ashamed to be atheist.
To address each of your points ...
1. I agree that god is imaginary, and am willing to accept it as a valid premise. As to religion being harmful, I have to ask, as others have, for evidence. Sure, religious folks downed the world trade center. But that's a small number of people. Sure, people have shot abortion doctors. But that's a small number of people. I could go on with examples, but in each case it's a small number of extremists. The vast majority of religious persons I know, of every persuasion, whether christian, jewish, pagan, or other, are nice people doing their best to be good people. They give to the local food bank. They pet sit for their neighbors. They occasionally spout a "thank god!" in weird places, but other than that you'd never know what their beliefs are. So, how are they harmful?
2. Before I'd be willing to "stop religion" you'd have to prove #1 to me. Furthermore, you'd have to prove it's a mental disorder. From wiki: "A mental disorder or mental illness is a psychological or behavioral pattern generally associated with subjective distress or disability that occurs in an individual, and which is not a part of normal development or culture." From thefreedictionary.com ... "any of various disorders in which a person's thoughts, emotions, or behaviour are so abnormal as to cause suffering to himself, herself, or other people." Prove that the average religious person causes suffering through their beliefs. Again, if you're talking about fundamentalists, I agree with you to a large extent. If you're talking about the average religious person, I assert that their right to free speech trumps anything else.
3. Of course not. I'm not ashamed, and "come out" to all my friends at some point.