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Guidelines for posting...updated Sep. 18, 2010
This site (Exmormon.org) is a privately owned Bulletin Board. The owner(s) reserve the right to delete or edit any post for any reason, even if said post appears to conform to the specified guidelines below.
The following will not be permitted without the EXPRESS PERMISSION of the site
owner: requests for email addresses, requests for individuals to email the poster;
advertising of any kind (commercial or otherwise); interview requests; links to other
websites; etc. This list is not meant to be exclusive. Even if owner grants
permission, he may revoke said permission at any time and without notice. Please
contact administrators of exmormon.org before making such requests.
Due to copyright considerations please post links to articles and do NOT copy the articles themselves. I few sentences from an article is ok, as long as you credit the source, but wholesale copying is not proper even if the source is acknowledged. Unfortunately, posts that contain all (or almost all) of an article will be deleted.
All information, posts, links, stories, etc. found on this site are the express copyright of the owner and may not be used in any manner without the owners express permission. Anyone posting anything on this site expressly grants the sites owner to use said post, with accompanying information, in any manner that the owner desires.
The owner of this site makes no warranties or representations of any kind and expressly states that he/she is not responsible for any postings or representations made on this site . . . even if they violate the posted guidelinesand are not deleted by owner.
This site's purpose is to let people who are, or were, in Mormonism know that they are not alone in their feelings and experiences or in their quests to regain their lives after years in this religion. We have e-mail groups to join, bulletin boards, gatherings and individuals to help with a transition to a post-Mormon life. We advocate no specific religious preference or religious activities after Mormonism. Our active participants are diverse and from differing cultural backgrounds throughout the world.
Our forum is a public place. If you wouldn't say it in the grocery store, don't say it here. Kindly warn in the subject line if there is strong language in the message that might offend. Please do not use vulgar language in the subject line.
Consider alternate views as valid, valued and recognized. Please respect the views of others. Disagree, don't attack.
To conserve band width, please keep the subject line short
When in doubt, DON'T.
This is not a debate board for Mormons to defend the faith. Mormons have many other venues to debate and proclaim their religion. Please allow us our little corner of cyberspace. This board is for those who were once believers and for their friends, families and interested individuals to learn of the cultural aspects of Mormonism.
Please - no preaching!! This is not a forum to convert others to another faith. The focus here is on recovery.
Please - no advertising.
Please - no attacks of individuals for sexual orientation.