Hello! My Name is Megan. I'm a 20 year old Ex-LDS girl living in the heart of SLC, UT, USA.
This is mostly a side project of mine, but my intention is to make it a place where anyone can come to read and get some semblance of community outside of the bubble of Mormonism. Thank you for visiting!
The billion dollar reconstruction stands in stark contrast to the surrounding community. Travel a couple blocks in any direction and you will find people struggling to support their families with food and shelter and paying taxes in this life while being overshadowed by this huge tax exempt building for the dead. Less then a mile away is a homeless shelter ran by another organization, seems to me the priorities of the latter day saints are askew. Watch people struggle, spend millions on the dead who have no use of it.
Such a waste of resources, I suggest that expensive fixtures have no value in the eyes of God and Jesus would be more likely to spend those resources to minister to those in need today.
A little book of some of the freedoms I can now enjoy in my life as an Ex Mormon. From tattoos to kissing girls to enjoying the sexual company of bearded men, my life post mormonism has been extremely fulfilling.
For those of you who have no idea who Horus is, well I suggest a bit of reading, or better yet a visit to one of the many well-known museums of the world. Horus just happens to be another fictional god from ancient Egypt. His mythical story was copied many years later and attributed to a man named Jesus of Nazareth.
Hoping to avoid a repeat of media images of an October “protest” on Temple Square, the LDS Church on Friday reaffirmed its plan to ban news cameras from those sacred grounds during the faith’s upcoming General Conference. In a March 20 letter, Utah journalists had asked the church to reverse its decision forbidding news cameras from the iconic square in downtown Salt Lake City during the two-day gathering on April …
Free speech? Freedom of the press? Not at temple square during general conference! Because apparently people can’t handle women asking for tickets to the priesthood session, and having the news cover the event again this year is too much.