People keep saying "he" ... I think Nerd in the Brain is "she" - right?
my blog is about my experiences as I've experienced them
And there's nothing wrong with that. If it was an article claiming to be the definitive definition of how all JWs behave and that they never did any wrong then it would be but it isn't.
We're just trying to give you the other half of the story and to be honest, I don't blame you for not believing it. We all lived it and didn't believe it either (until it happened to us) so we have no right to be critical for you being sceptical.
it is interesting to me how people who do not know her in the slightest feel free to lay judgment and blame on her
I don't think people intend to, they are really commenting on the stereotypical person that we all knew - the people exactly like that who turned out to be absolutely nothing like that when the chips were down.
Again, there's no guarantee that she is ... but the odds aren't good because the majority of people's experiences is that people either shun them and tow the party line OR they themselves are kicked out too. The WTS forces people to make that choice.
That's why the idea of "a nice JW who is still in and who is nice to ex JWs" is difficult to comprehend because the religion is setup to not allow that to happen. They are indoctrinated constantly that ex-members are the most vile and evil people ever to exist and deserving of death, no chance of forgiveness even by god etc... and should be shunned and ignored at all cost.
It's not that they are bad people, but good people can be misled into doing bad things for what they think are the best reasons and intentions.