Welcome to Life After Mormonism, the Social Network serving the Exmormon Community!
We are an online social community of former Mormons and those still transitioning out of Mormonism. Investigators of Mormonism also welcome!(free registration required to see all areas of the site and "member only" posts)
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When I was 13, in 1967, my mormen sunday school teacher, Dave Bushard, turned me onto marijuana. He sold me my first bag of pot in 1968. A few months later I walked in on him and another guy having sex. They invited me to join them, but I politely…See More
When you picture the Mormon mishies pitching the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to a random Never-Mo, it’s hard to imagine who would find the pitch appealing. Yet it had to have been appealing at some point in the past. In the… See More
Did anyone listen to General Conference? I hear there wasn’t anything particularly scandalous this time, but it again highlighted the absence of women in positions of influence and authority. The doctrine of eternal gender roles is actually a… See More
When I was 13, in 1967, my mormen sunday school teacher, Dave Bushard, turned me onto marijuana. He sold me my first bag of pot in 1968. A few months later I walked in on him and another guy having sex. They invited me to join them, but I…
What is meant by the veil of the temple in the Bible? Mormon veil in the temple? In the Mormon temple there is a veil that separates the people from the Celestial Kingdom. One is admitted through the veil after they present the handshakes,…
I'm originally from the Philippines and converted to the church right after 6 months of becoming a member I left the church due to contractions of the scriptures itself, the church history and the temple. And last week I sent all my papers to… Continue
When I finally got the courage to step out of Mormonism and find a new path, I kept wishing there was someplace I could go to just get away, and maybe talk to like-minded people. Now I'd like to provide that for others struggling down the…