DotP: Admissions

There is now a new addition to my story on No Longer Quivering:

Daughter of the Patriarchy: Admissions

It concerns how I got into college… and what happened when my female friends in the Message tried to go, too.

I am nearing the end of my story after nearly three years on No Longer Quivering. I left the Message as a college sophomore, ten months after the conclusion of this installment. If you have questions about how I left the Message and what college was like after growing up fundamentalist, this would be a great time to ask me. I’m still figuring out where to end the story.

  • Michael Mock

    That was very well written.

    Maybe you’ve told this part before (in which case I apologize; I’m coming in late on your story), but how did you get to the point where you were able to leave the Message? That doesn’t strike as the sort of environment that would just… let you go. Was your mom opposed, or did she support you? And did any of your friends manage to escape?

  • Alix

    Our stories never end; they just change. Even after we’re gone, the ripples that we’ve made in others’ lives live on. You have a lifetime of stories still to come, and I hope you’ll write them all. You certainly have the talent to do so.