The internet, at times, is best
Described as mostly Rorschach test
The thing about a Rorschach test is, the stimulus cards are intentionally ambiguous. In the absence of real detail, the theory is that individuals project their own thoughts into their interpretations of the blots.
Atheism plus isn’t a week old yet, but that doesn’t stop people from praising or decrying what they understand it to be. Some Humanists have been calling it humanism, despite specific claims that it is not. I have heard it called bigotry, exclusionary, a club for those who agree with us, shunning those who do not. It is the best thing since sliced bread, and it is utterly unnecessary. It is a breath of fresh air, and it is oppression itself. It is inclusive, and it is my way or the highway. (And for the record, I am seeing variability among proponents as well as detractors–liking (or disliking) what we see is easy when you create half of it yourself.
It’s not a week old yet. I, personally, have no idea what atheism+ will look like in six weeks, six months, or six years. But I do have to wonder about those who react so quickly against an explicit attempt at inclusiveness.