Why champion the word Atheism?

This is an issue not of so much of fitting a description as is sometimes thought, for if it were limited to a definition explanation so many unbelievers in gods would call themselves atheists. Because it is simple enough, if one does not believe in god(s) they can and should rightly be called or labeled an atheist. This understanding of “Why champion the word Atheism” is expanded specifically on “politics of identity” (Individual as opposed to collective Identity, or also, how collective Identity supports collective action, social movements, and social roles that Individual Identity may not). Why champion the word Atheism is how it expands collective Identity and all that is connected to that, which is a bit more reason of its importance and power to create change then some others may miss, thus miss tapping into its deeper value. Why champion any word to the exclusion of the word Atheism? Is it really to be clearer or to be more abstract in the answer (to the god belief question); is it really to answer the wrong question to hide the answer (to the god belief question) or intentionally to sidestep the answer (to the god belief question)? I wish both the appropriate definition explanation and clearest answer (to the god belief question) and champion the word Atheism is important to further connect to the collective identity “Atheist” and how such collective identity as “championing the word Atheism or Atheist” supports further collective action, strengthening social movements and social roles that (non-atheist godless) Individual Identity may not). So yes, I am an Atheist and champion the word Atheism… By...