Somehow I find it somewhat illogical to state:
"I personally am not offended by optional prayer groups- you know, stuff that people only hear if they actively seek to hear it"
I suppose my response to be, that is very tolerant of you, to say to the overwhelming majority of those who profess a Christian belief, that you can practice your faith as long as you don't do it in public and actively seek it out in some non-public setting.
then turn around and argue that
"But Karen's kid better be able to go to a wiccan service, Kaoru better be able to "Hail Satan" till she's blue in the face, and dammit, if I wanted to wear a shirt that says "It's okay to be gay" I should have been allowed to."
Some believe one of those other silly amendments to the Bill of Rights also applies to the majority, the majority that also happens to be Christian, "Freedom of Speech."
If all references to Christianity are to be removed from public view, ie Christmas, under God, A.D.-B.C.(which I find to be particularly ludicrous) the bill of rights, the first thanksgiving, and you name it, then say, but diversity requires we allow any other view to be unrestricted in its application, then I do miss the logic, but then is why we have the 9th Circuit.
Perhaps we ought to rename the days of the week and months of the year, heaven knows...(ack delete reference to heaven) what god each of those was named after.