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    Breaking Mormonism, Did I go too far?
    Hello to whomever reads this post.I was raised Mormon, for the first 12 years of my life it was genuinely all I knew. I'm 18 now and can proudly say t...
    Aug 18
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    T. Volt
    Aug 18
    Thing is, I don't look for people "like me", I have come to understand that now. I encountered some, but people like me have other things going on with themselves and aren't seeking friends or buddies. Its cool to meet them and talk here and there, but we all have our own lives. I currently have no friends who I talk to in person, no girl friend, no social life, and scary as that sounds to normies, I really don't care. My life is mine, and without a tribe, its never been better.Thing is, I don't look for people "like me", I have come to understand that now. I encountered some, but people like me have other things going on with themselves and aren't seeking friends ...See more
    Dark Enlightenment
    Aug 18
    Out of curiosity has anyone given you the, "You're gonna regret getting those" concerning satanic tattoos? Do they act all pompous like it's as stupid as getting a lover's name?
    Radanarchy
    Aug 18
    @darkenlightenment YES! They do, well I get the regret speech for all my tattoos i get. Symbolic or not, but at this point my family is convinced I'm going to have a "coming unto Christ" moment in my life. So I've been told that by doing this I'm "ruining my chances of salvation" but yeah, it happens@darkenlightenment YES! They do, well I get the regret speech for all my tattoos i get. Symbolic or not, but at this point my family is convinced I'm going to have a "coming unto Christ" mom...See more
    Obscura TITS
    Aug 21
    Hey girl, I really loved your post - you are very strong, and I can only imagine the struggle of being raised in such a restrictive faith. Regarding tattoos, I have Samael's sigil on my forearm in a very visible place (my inner wrist). Most people will think your tattoos are cool. My friends are covered in skulls and Jormungands and literal prison tattoos so yours are rather tame. Also Hail Ghost!Hey girl, I really loved your post - you are very strong, and I can only imagine the struggle of being raised in such a restrictive faith. Regarding tattoos, I have Samael's sigil on my forearm in a v...See more
    MatthewJ1
    Aug 22
    I remember someone suggesting to me years ago that piercing the body and getting ear rings, nipple rings, nose rings, etc., was a way of laying claim to one’s own body. Seemed like a reasonable sort of claim to make.

    Getting tattoos seems to me to work in a slightly different way. Tattooing seems to be a way of writing your own story on your own body in the form of images and symbols etc.

    It is like: here is my story, or me, in images and symbols and it is a story I believe in strongly enough and wish to assert enough to get it tattooed permanently on my own body for all time. Pain be damned – here is my story displayed on my very own body, the body that I express my life through, that is my life.

    Mormonism is just another type of control.

    I appreciate your conundrum: I want my loved ones to appreciate my story and love me, but the way I am expressing my story on my body and the content of my story are not accepted and I am sad.

    Mormonism is just another type of control.

    Imagine if you told them that your core story is Satanism. I mean the tattoos you have sort of illustrate some themes which are Satanic in character. What if you displayed that key story to the whole world on your body and made your family aware of that story?

    I guess either they accept the story or else you need to find another group of people who are proud to live it with you. Either way: don’t hurt yourself, cause that definitely ain’t Satanism.
    I remember someone suggesting to me years ago that piercing the body and getting ear rings, nipple rings, nose rings, etc., was a way of laying claim to one’s own body. Seemed like a reasonable sort o...See more
    AK Mod
    Aug 22
    It's some pretty weak-sauce that those who abide in covenant of Abraham would have a thing to say about body modification one way or another. (Tattoos are bad: we must return our bodies in tact to our maker, but genital mutilation is a must? The old testament is a comedy, and best read as such). Personally, I have tatoos, and not a single one of them are very conspicuous - namely because they are for me - reminders to myself: some scars you chose. Some you don't get to. In that respect what others make of them is tertiary. That they are inconspicuous to begin with, though, already necessitates a level of intimacy that is well-beyond apprehensions regarding an approval that was never asked for in the first place. They are reminders to myself. Lastly, without wanting to wax poetic - they don't hurt nearly as much as people claim. At worst they hurt only somewhat and in this sort of transient way that is nothing as compared to what they are there to signify in the first place. It's not about pain, at least for me it's about permanence... very few things are, and the things that are are for so only in my eyes. They are, in that way, as selfish as any other form of self-harm. I don't see anything wrong with this, either. Pain is a way to remember. How I learn, but what is most important (to me - why I have any at all) is that these signify things that will not and cannot be undone. What I will take with me to the grave. Answerable to only by myself to myself.It's some pretty weak-sauce that those who abide in covenant of Abraham would have a thing to say about body modification one way or another. (Tattoos are bad: we must return our bodies in tact to our...See more
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  • Radanarchy
    Tryna make some sad friends who like me for me...in my odd entirety. I live in the heart of Mormonism, in Utah, and I desperately need to find others like myself. Hit me up gals and guys :)))
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