Ha ha! And do you believe that I am steeped in all those?
You know, even as a strong atheist and metaphysical naturalist, I retain more-or-less the same general asceticism I had when I was a practicing Gnostic.
I'm still a vegetarian. I still abstain from recreational drug use and alcohol, I'm still celibate, and even though I am starting to have more access to money it's through honest means and I use most of it to develop skills that will help me help other people.
I do relax a bit more. I'm no longer burdened with a metaphysical need to be as perfect as possible, but my "relaxing" is mostly me doing just that - sitting or laying somewhere and intentionally relaxing my body. I don't know anywhere where that's considered a sin.
However, I do recognize what @muhammad_isa
is talking about here. I know quite a few people who are individualistic hedonists, who either don't care about other people or only care about the people they like.
Indeed, individualism and hedonism are some of the most popular secular philosophies in Western culture; even those who self-identify with ascetic religions seem to frequently be caught up in it.
Personally, the secular philosophies I adhere to are Welfarist Utilitarianism and Modern Stoicism, so I still tend to be fairly motivated to help other people and remain ascetic. I don't fit the stereotype, but I can see why it is a concern for some people.