Atheist. I like history and religions academically (especially the pagan shit with turnip gods and whatever) but lol I don't believe in that crap. I don't care if others do believe as long as they don't go around taking rights away from other people & aren't otherwise bigoted.
TL;DR about some finnish traditions.
I did go through confirmation for Ev.Lut protestant faith, but purely because in my country it's customary to give kids money and other gifts for confirmation. In it for the money yo. Also we kind of make a huge deal about confirmation, you go on "confirmation camps" where you have like a few hours of study time each day and rest of the day you fuck off with other kids. Not to mention these camps are like HQ, my older brother went on a hiking-survival camp in lappland and one of my friend went on a nautical one that took place entirely on an old ship & me and my brother went to estonia. It was pretty fun actually, I don't regret going at all. Not to mention my confirmation priest (there's always one priest + 3-5 councellors per camp) was the first out-and-proud lesbian priest in my country, so she was chill af. Our study time was spent just listening to christian rock & all the stuff we needed to know by heart (some prayers) she was like "If it's somewhere near you pass". I've heard stories of super strict priests as well, with nothing but bible-thumbing the entire camp, but usually stories have been positive.
I feel like I should also mention that my entire nuclear family is atheist. Mom had us baptised so "You can have a church wedding someday". Dad was brought up with an asshole-mormon step-father so he despises all religions equally because of that. Mom had similiar experiences with Jehova's Witness with her grandma. She used to tell us how great grandma tried to have christmas for her grandkids and she'd have to have the christmas tree on wheels because people from the church would come around and inspect the household, to make sure christmas wasn't celebrated. So one of the grandkids would have to keep watch for the church men from the window.