11 Mormons admit what it's like to be judged for their religion
Several Mormons took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to express what it's really like to be a member of their religion.
1. What's the point of freedom of religion, if you feel like you're being judged for what you believe?
2. Now this person has the whole 'I'm rubber, you're glue' thing down pat:
3. Just because you follow a certain religion doesn't mean you align with its beliefs 100% of the time:
4. No one should judge anyone or anything without having their facts straight
5. These words with negative connotations aren't synonymous with Mormonism:
6. Sometimes, if someone makes decisions that aren't based on logic, it's impossible to talk sense into him or her:
7. Writing off certain extremist members doesn't mean writing off Mormonism as a whole:
8. It's extremely difficult to repress natural human instincts for the sake of your church:
9. Feeling like you're not welcome somewhere you once found sanctity can be heartbreaking
10. Deciding that all Mormons are judgmental is ironically judgmental:
11. People who judge you for something that doesn't define you probably aren't your real friends, anyway: Want more confessions from Mormons? Check out Whisper!
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