Rational Response Squad
The home page is at http://www.rationalresponders.com/
"A place for activist atheists to unite"
Representation and membership
The RRS online forum is open to a wide variety of people, including theists, fundamentalists, angry atheists, polite atheists, rude atheists, people with fringe political positions, etc. The forum rules are quite open, and limited largely to dealing with trolling, spamming, illegal behaviour, unethical behaviour, etc.
As such, there are many people who are members of the RRS forum, and even the RRS community, but who are not necessarily representative of the RRS mission as a whole. These distinctions have been the source of some controversy in the past, as some people unfamiliar with the overall mission have taken the impolite behaviour of some forum or community members as reasons to criticize the RRS as a whole.
Largely instigated by slighted theists, and partly due to confusion over representation and membership, as well as conflicting standards of impoliteness and rudeness, some people, including atheists, have repeated rumours about various RRS members and the RRS community overall. This rumour mongering resulted in serious damage to the RRS' reputation, which is described at length in a blog post by RRS member natural, Still Unapologetic: Thanks for asking., which discusses not only the RRS rumours, but also the similar instances of the gnu vs. accommodationist debate and the controversial Elevator Gate.
RRS co-founder Brian Sapient (User:Brian) decided to collaborate with atheist activist Lance Sievert, and is a major contributor to the Atheism United mission, including hosting of http://atheismunited.com/, and this wiki.