material here may be graphic, inflammatory or offensive in
nature, so if it offends you, deal with it, or better yet,
post an articulate rebuttal. This site is not recommended
for children, or for current or former first generation Family
This site is not a debate on Family policy, doctrine, practices,
or anything to do with current Family life. We all wasted
enough time on that crap already. This site is designed to
talk about the experience of getting on with our lives. It
is not meant to be pro or anti Family, although contributors
may share either opinion, and as an ex-member I may perhaps
have a subtle bias.
The opinions posted here are those of people who have experienced
the issues being discussed, and all have equal validity. The
comments and posts on this website are not reviewed, and I
accept no responsibility for any content posted here, whether
written by me or not. No content will be deleted from here,
the only exception to this would be things that may cause
technical problems for the site or users.
This website does not have any affiliations with any organizations
or groups. It was developed by an individual (that would be
me) and the content here is submitted by individuals.
This site does not condone or endorse violence, hate or any
This site is not religious in nature, and is not intended
to promote or attack any particular belief system or faith.
The site contains links to other websites. This website does
not endorse the content, policies, members or color schemes
of these sites, and they are provided for informational purposes
This site is meant to be interactive. The content and direction
is up to you. I want this site to be an expression of the
exFamily youth, and there is no agenda beyond that.
This is just a website, and not supposed to be a ex-cult
cult, however, if you would like to send me your tithe, or
better yet, forsake-all, all donations are accepted.
I have a rather offbeat sense of humor, and much of what
I have written on this site is tongue-in-cheek and should
under no circumstances be taken seriously. Again, I accept
no responsibility for this, but chalk it up to my British
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