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"I left the mormom church in 2008, or around that time. I don't think there's an specific date. The whole thing is a process that was in the making forever. Grew up in it, did everything expected of me, mission, temple, bla bla bla. I am so…"
"I think it'll be a lie to be reckoned with for a while. The devout still tend to have a larger than average devout family. So what if only 7 of 9 bic (read: born in captivity) kids remain true to the faith? The 7 marry the similarly devout,…"
Firstly I'll tell some of my history. I was a convert to the church in 1966. At the time I was twenty years old and dating a LDS girl I had met the previous summer. We had been dating steadily since November of '65. Of course being a guy who knows…See More
"...hahaha. They are words that we derived many of our curse words from. excrementus anuses you can take off the suffix and get those.
I used to teach Latin to my clergy. I got older, and now can curse the neighbors in a…"
"All that I know is that I want to be happy. I am older now.. There is more time behind me than before me. There is zero time for problematic people and institutions in my life. I am free. My decision making skills are…"
"This is Rei (of Light). I was born and raised Mormon in Southern Utah, stayed with it 55 years even though I was constantly questioning. I felt I was being lead by a spirit within in a different direction, even to the point of feeling I…"
"Meh, they aren't that influential, especially since many can jump on the internet and find out the dirty truth before joining (and many do). Out of the average 270,000 convert baptisms each year, only 25% or so remain active a year later,…"