A Brand New Day

by Calulu

We’ve moved! No Longer Quivering has moved over to Patheos starting today. The old site will still be accessible for the remainder of the week but be sure to change your bookmarks to our new address – www.patheos.com/blogs/nolongerquivering/

As time has passed at NLQ keeping the site uploaded with fresh content has become about as easy as racing a rusted out old Pinto with flat tires in the Grand Prix. Lots of crashing. Lots of burning. Hours of wasted time.  Add in the hacking every time we discussed the Duggars and you can see we needed to move. Patheos has a dedicated staff that will make sure that NLQ runs smoothly.

We’re working to make sure that NLQ is an easy to use resource for those seeking information about the dangers of Patriarchal Fundamentalism and other repressive spiritual abuse.

Remember always, Jello should quiver, jelly should quiver, weak knees quiver but you don’t have to.

As always, comments open below.

NLQ Recommended Reading …

Breaking Their Will: Shedding Light on Religious Child Maltreatment‘ by Janet Heimlich

Quivering Daughters‘ by Hillary McFarland

Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement‘ by Kathryn Joyce

 

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  • Melissa

    Nice look to the new site, but may I make a request? Only a portion of the blog shows up in my blog reader. That means I have to click out of my blog reader to read the whole post. That is really, really, really annoying. Can you change the setting so the whole thing is published in the blog reader?

  • Paula G V aka Yukimi

    Welcome to Patheos!! Now it will be easier for me to follow you guys since I come to this website very frequently to check Love Joy Feminism and the Friendly Atheist ^^

  • http://emkat-creations.blogspot.com Kat

    So great to see you all here!

  • Nic

    I second the comment about making the whole article readable in a blog reader, that would be much easier – especially when using the blog reader on my phone.

    Also, is there any way you could disable the video ads? This place is my first choice when I get time to read, but having the video ads pop up a few seconds into reading is really distracting and irritating, especially when you can’t stop them from looping around again and again.


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