3 episodes

Join two former members of the Mormon church as they unpack some intergenerational trauma (hey, polygamy!) and explore what it was like to be gay and raised in a Christian cult.

No Man Knows My Herstory No Man Knows My Herstory

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7 • 111 Ratings

Join two former members of the Mormon church as they unpack some intergenerational trauma (hey, polygamy!) and explore what it was like to be gay and raised in a Christian cult.

    62 - Club F**k Packer is anti-Semitic BS

    62 - Club F**k Packer is anti-Semitic BS

    Sisters Cari and Kelsae address feedback by a listener that Club F**k Packer is anti-semitic. TL;DR it is, we're sorry, we'll do better.

    For full show notes and links, go to: www.nomanknowsmyherstory.com/episodes/062

    • 9 min
    61 - Oaks is the worst

    61 - Oaks is the worst

    This week, Cari and Kelsae discuss the nonsense one Elder Oaks got into during the month of February. But Sisters, you may say, it is now March. That’s right, it is. And honestly they’re still upset about what he said, so chances are you are too. For full show notes and links, go to: https://www.nomanknowsmyherstory.com/episodes/061

    • 39 min
    60 - Endure to the end, suckers

    60 - Endure to the end, suckers

    TRIGGER/CONTENT WARNING: Mentions of suicidal ideation/other consequences of poor mental health due to participating in a cult.

    This week, Cari and Kelsae discuss that old Mormondy Mormon favorite, enduring to the end and the myriad ways it can mess up your mental health. It’s almost like being told to just hold on in spite of everything being awful to get some imaginary benefit after you die is bad for meaty monkey brains. In fact, it isn’t almost like that. It is that. In case you haven’t figured it out yet, Mormon-Mormon-Mormonism is bad for brains, so just stop already and get a therapist.

    For full show notes and links, go to: https://www.nomanknowsmyherstory.com/episodes/060

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
111 Ratings

111 Ratings

Mamamalea ,

Love Love Love🏳️‍🌈

I grew up gay and Mormon with a very abusive Dad. I married a man at 21 is a super abusive narcissist. Your story resonates with me so much. I finally left him and the cult at 32 and came out. No one in my family had any clue I was gay. I’m so happy now and married to an amazing woman. I’m 39 and love your podcast. My daughter is 15 and BI he dad had no clue. I’ve sent some of the podcasts to her particularly the one about ptsd. Luvs ya bit-ch-iz!

jimstclare ,

Congratulations

To these podcasters for quitting this podcast

kmm0021 ,

Better than any fireside I’ve ever attended

This podcast is what my soul needed in my recovery from Mormonism. These ladies bring humor, vulnerability, intelligence, and a wealth of knowledge to each episode. I feel a lot less alone having found this. Thank you!!