I thank you all for your comments and for taking the time to read my lines.
My activism is mainly concentrated in Spanish. I am from Mexico and come from a macho society. So not only does the cult suppress her, but she also has to fight in the environment in which she lives.
We Ex Jehovah's Witness women are warriors, in a battle against this religious cult. Let's never forget that we were once in there.
I am an accountant and my father had to suffer the loss of privileges for allowing me to go to college. I suffered bullying and was singled out for not putting "Jehovah's Kingdom" firstIt is true that there are men who suffer to keep their families together, as I read in some comments over there, but that story is not for me to tell, it is for those who lived the experience.
I am not here to judge the women who are still in the cult, my desire is to help them get out of the sect, because once upon a time someone helped me and now I am free.
Thank you very much for your valuable comments. I send you a big hug :)