Lisa at My Cult Life is seeking participants for a television show about those escaping abusive theology and cults.
Here’s the deal. They want people who have been out a year or less if possible and have started to take positive steps towards recovery by doing something inspirational. But all great stories will be considered.
How inspirational, you ask? It can range from something like I mean anything from attending school, to moving across country to land a dream job, to coming out w/their sexuality, or moving from a patriarchal lifestyle (home school, purity vows, etc.) to embracing feminism.
Anyone can apply, male, female, gay, straight, trans, whatever. Everyone is welcome to apply.
Contact Lisa for questions: email@example.com and include full name, phone and email for contact, date you left the cult, name of the cult, if you have Skype and your story in up to 500 words.
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Lisa Kerr blogs at My Cult Life and describes herself and her blog – True cult stories and life beyond. Lisa Kerr is a profanity-laced humorist, provocative writer, and a blogger full of moxie, who does side work as a body double for Zach Galifianakis.
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