I got disowned by my religious family for being a ”swinger”

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These same judgmental twunts made us embrace and hang out with the family drunks and molesters. Makes me sick. Sorry your family doesn’t have your back, I’d back my family, regardless.

tin_foil_hatter

My in-laws accepted plenty of disgusting things about their family and then certain things that shouldn’t be bad are unforgivable to them. My wife’s mom didn’t like me at all when I first came around until I proved to her I was actually a really good guy even as a heathen.

MysterClark

That’s how they are. You can see a million examples that show it’s not actually about the morals. It’s about being on their team and submitting to their leadership, or not accepting it and not being on their side. That’s why if someone says they are Christian and supports the church they can get caught committing rape, molestation (gay or straight), theft, perjury or murder, get a divorce, cheat on their spouse, and abuse their spouse, kids or pets and they are “forgiven” even if they keep doing it. They’re in the club so they’re ok. Many of them even said so with Trump. “He’s flawed but he’s gods instrument” i.e. he is on our team so we don’t care. It’s not even about forgiveness. Trump never confessed or asked for forgiveness. Likewise if you don’t call yourself Christian they treat any sin as unforgivable and horrible. Even if you didn’t do anything wrong but not being one of them really. It’s just a club. The morals are not important to them at all except as a way to act superior. It’s kind of like the no true scottsman fallacy. “I may be flawed, but I’m a good Christian who sometimes messes up. You may be good, but you’re an evil sinner who sometimes does good.”

anythingMuchShorter

Religion blows

Allfather_odin1

I wish I could’ve been more help. Catholicism and the generational trauma it brings really holds societies back. It’s a force that needs to be fought

PlutarcoEliasCalles