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Church Members and Crony Friends Think They Are Above the Law. Not!

Writing about a Conspiracy Theory put forth by my friend, Anna. Anna moved to a small town in 1996. Harassed three times since. In March of 1997, she became mildly manic for six weeks. 1,311 more words

Post-Mormon Poly Problems

Being born and raised LDS in Utah, I’ve found this bit of trivia about myself lends fuel to the fantasy of “Good Girl Gone Bad” that I’ve played with in my dungeon. 671 more words

Why I Left The Mormon Church

Don’t waste this life worrying about the next.


I’ve been struggling to write this post for a while. Every time I convince myself to be completely open, I shut down and can’t do it. 933 more words

To my friend who left the Church

You know when you write an email, but don’t really plan on sending it? That’s what this is. This post is a response to two people I know who decided to leave the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because of events in Church history, issues they have with modern revelation in relation to current social trends, or being offended by fellow Mormons. 743 more words

From an Outside Perspective

People might object to this, but as a soon-to-be convert, I like to seek out the people who both oppose and who left the LDS church. 849 more words

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Come on in, the water's fine

A number of years ago, a Mormon guy told me I was “the worst kind of anti-Mormon there is.” Why? Because I pretended to be reasonable, fair, and well-intentioned (apparently, I’m none of those things) in an effort to tear the LDS church down, one member at a time. 1,793 more words

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