The self loathing is gone. I love who I am, I love my sexuality 🌈, the planet, and my career. Things I never could love while Mormon. 6 years out!
/r/exmormonBorn & raised in the heart of the UT bubble, mentally out at 16 when my mom tried to say that my gay best friend was “basically a pedophile” 🙄 Fully out at 18. Moved to the PNW in 2017 and I’ve never been happier! Currently in Southern OR if you wanna connect, or say hi if you know me!
/r/exmormonExmo geezer rewriting his worldview (that's me, resigned 2017 at age 74). Geology debunked BOM and Bible.
/r/exmormonBeen out for 5 years. Left after I got my girlfriend prego and we got married. After we moved into our own apartment, both of us were like "I don't believe, do you?"
/r/exmormonMy wife (nevermo) and I on our honeymoon 2 years ago. I've been out almost 6 years. We found yesterday that our firstborn is going to be a boy. He'll never be subjected to the anguish of worthiness interviews and religious shame that tortured me well into my twenties.
/r/exmormonI just leave this here for your enjoyment.
/r/exmormonHe baptized me in 1984... I went down the rabbit hole in 2017.. he has slowly been following me out. I am angry I was deceived.. he takes it in stride. Life has challenges, but we are finding our way. Neither has attended in 26 months. Never again is too soon for me.
/r/exmormonJoining the selfie train. Been out of TSCC 2.5 yrs now. Not an easy journey, but the best decision I’ve made. Wouldn’t change a thing.
/r/exmormonHusband has been lurking trying to see if he knows anyone so here you go babe. He helped me realize how destructive the church can be. Been out for about 4 1/2 years. If you know me say 👋🏻
/r/exmormonOut since I was 17, had my records removed at 20. It’s been 6 years of freedom. I was constantly arguing with my seminary teachers and YW leaders about doctrine that didn’t make sense. Say hey if you know me!
/r/exmormonWe were in. We are now out. Similar story to all of you. We were never ever going to leave. Now we are free.
/r/exmormonWhat I do Sunday mornings around here after a night of sipping wine and watching rates R movies. Oh and if you’re my bishop or EQP, quit encouraging my kids to go on missions. Let me father my own children will ya? Thanks.
/r/exmormonWe always like jumping on the train in hopes of finding other families like us in “the bubble”. Reach out if you know us!
/r/exmormonI grew up trying to fit the mold. Instead I was the teenager that my parents were ashamed of, embarresed by, and ignored. I grew up thinking I was a bad kid and a horrible son. When I was in my late 20s and out of the church I found out I was pretty normal for a teenager. Imagine that?!
/r/exmormonLeft the church at age 14. Pregnant then married at age 16. Now at age 29 and 4 beautiful kids later I’m getting divorced. I have a bit of different perspective than a lot of you out there. If you’re interested, read the comments. If you know me, say hi!
/r/exmormonDecided to join the selfie train. Two members BIC out for 6 months. Shelf started to break when I realized tithing didn’t go to anything beneficial besides the church’s deep pockets to build more multi-million dollar temples. Curious to find out if I know anyone here?
/r/exmormonI posted just a few days talking about how much I want my wife to join me in spiritual freedom, and here she is sharing some Moscato with me! Cheers!
/r/exmormonLeft superstition & religious bigotry. Now I embrace, "Integrity first. Service before self. Excellence in all we do." Carry on heathens.
/r/exmormonLast year I quit the Church and all the narcissistic views of Christianity; not because I’m gay, but because Mormonism is a fraud. In an act of courage, last week I took my boyfriend to my mission reunion 😬. I introduced him to my mission president and mission friends. Omg their faces!... #lovewins
/r/exmormonLike they really have a choice
/r/exmormonMe and my nevermo husband! Together for 5 years, out for 3 years. Little story in the comments for anyone interested.
/r/exmormoni think this belongs here...
/r/exmormonLeft in January of 2019. Things aren't magically better, but I do feel like lifes going the way it should more so than it was before. Born in the church. Served in California. Graduated from BYU-Hawaii (loved it). Started a Masters at BYU-Provo (traumatic). Curious who I know here!
/r/exmormonHere’s a selfie from earlier this summer at my sisters temple wedding. We enjoyed the sunshine outside while contemplating how lucky we are to have made this journey together. 3 years out and it just keeps getting better! I truly married the perfect woman!
/r/exmormonJumped down the rabbit hole two years ago. Trying to live true to myself and maintain healthy relationships with believing family and friends. LMK if you recognize me.
/r/exmormonBoth of us are BIC, pioneer stock, born and raised in Orem UT within TBM families, high school sweethearts, married for almost 16 years, 4 kids, out for 6 months, and could not be happier! We hope to connect with people here online and also where we live in MD.
/r/exmormonGrew up in Las Vegas, served a mission in Mexico, graduated from BYU, now living my best life in Lehi. I've been out about 2 years now. Reach out if you know me!
/r/exmormonTrying to compete with the fighter pilot. He might be able to go fast, but I can hover. Been out officially for 5 years with my wife.
/r/exmormonSo I left the cult 3 years ago when I was 13, and it was scary but the best decision I’ve ever made. I’m so much happier now, my anxiety isn’t nearly as crippling, and I’m so grateful I get to experience my teenage years as a non member, with infinitely more freedom❤️
/r/exmormonI left the church 16 years ago would like to acknowledge www.exmormon.org who helped me learn the truth in the early Internet days back in 2005! Even though I am an ex-mo vetern I am grateful each day for the freedom and happiness I have in being true to my self and my own life.