The Things I Could Tell You: A Response to Yet Another Excommunication

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The Things I Could Tell You

I don’t really care what you think about my religion, to tell you the truth.

That’s my nicest answer.

A go away disguised in indifference learned from years of biting my tongue before saying the biting words: you don’t know how wrong you are.

That’s me being nice.

Which says a lot about what happens when I decide not to be. Because, you see, I could tell you the truth. I could tell you about a Prophet who was persecuted in liberty jail and how I don’t really think that was persecution, because any mid-thirties man who marries a fourteen year old girl probably deserves some jail time.

I could tell you about another fourteen year old girl a hundred years later who couldn’t think of marriage because white dresses were obscured by white shirts and white bread that became a symbol of inequality…

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