Creepy things jw's have said to you
I think that witness dark mentality of always battling powerful others ("governments/doctors..demons) says more about the dangers of the siege mentality "us against them" ....Also met some very obsessed with demonisation/sex I think it says more about the inner demons they are battling than actual demons...
Claiming a young girl took birth control pills for a hormonal problem and grew a penis. This was a specific girl. I can imagine few more hateful rumors to start. Then they said she fell away and became a prostitute because the pill made her sex crazed.
Announcing that 13-year old unbaptized kids committed immorality, and giving their names in the announcement.
Telling me, as a 10-year-old, that I was "damaged goods, like a rape victim" because I had been given transfusions before becoming a jw. Stating I would never be clean from it unless I died and was resurrected. Stating I would probably never find any jw male willing to be my husband because I was damaged in this way.
When my son was little (age 4-5) we happened to sit on the front row during the Sunday talk of the CO visit. My husband sat at isle seat, I sat next to my husband and our son next to me.
During the talk my son would turn to me so I could help him find the scripture. After the meeting the CO takes me to the side to talk to me.
He told me that it would have been best if my son would sit next to his dad. As the head of the house my husband should have been the one to help our son with the scriptures not me.
I told the CO that hubby was a very attentive dad and he and our son had a great relationship but that during the meeting it was always our custom that he sat next to me since his dad would get up to do mikes or sound. CO said it didin't matter because it made my husband look like he wasn't doing his job as the head of the family. I couldn't believe this guy. The funny thing is he never said a word to my husband.
- The feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women. It is about a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians. —Pat Robertson, Southern Baptist leader (1930–)
- they are all the same! Maintaining patriarchal power and control via bullshit!
When I was a 14 y/o boy and was in field service, my mom went on a call with this one sister. I was alone with two 30 something sisters who started to complain about the, well, size of their husbands you know what. I just sat there totally in silence. Near the end of the conversation, the one sister turned and looked at me and said she was sorry, she forgot I was back there. Right then the other sister said, and I quote, "I bet he got a big one. Look at those feet!" then the other sister asked what size of shoes I wear. When I told them I wore a size 14, they both started giggling like school age girls asking me when do I turn 18? Right about then my mom came back.
It has be said that there are people inside the JW organization who are there pretentiously for their own certain reasons , some of that relating to family and acquaintances made at the Hall.
I've seen quit a few outlandish things happen and said out in service myself..
People act accordingly to the directives of the WTS to be apart of the socialization of the organization.
Someone making trite jokes about their husband's penis size is small stuff to what I've seen behaviorally by recognized JWS.
They read all this shit and then pretend to be puritanical Dr. Who (nothing upbuilding or christian than teaching a young man his worth is tied up in his penis size....sexism in reverse!!!)
You folks that served in Bethel, were you young men told to sleep on your back?
This would prevent any sexual thoughts or prevent arousing the little fellow.
Cult mentality doesn't allow for unconditional love can only teach fear/ shame of normal bodily functions/ homophobia/ toxic masculinity/ignorance...................They distort .............
@James Mixon - No