Blog Submission Rules

If you would like to submit a blog, you may do so under your real name or a pseudonym.  In order to publish a blog on Ex-JW Sisters you must agree to the following:

  1. You must be an ex-JW.
  2. You must be a woman.[1]
  3. All information contained within blogs must be factual and verifiable.  However, satire/parody pieces are acceptable.
  4. No doxxing.[2]
  5. No naming of individuals unless this information is already in the public domain.[3]
  6. No racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism or bigotry of any kind.
  7. No proselytising.[4]
  8. No selling/advertising of services.
  9. No use of copyrighted/trademarked material unless clearly acceptable under “Fair Use”[5]
  10. Ex-JW Sisters reserves the right to remove any blog posts which we subsequently discover to have broken any of the above rules.
  11. All blog posts are subject to acceptance.  Once your blog has been accepted you are agreeing to the terms of these rules.

If you have an idea, please contact us by clicking the button below.  You are assured anonymity if you require.  Pseudonyms are acceptable.  Full credit will be given to the author of the blog.  You may write a little “about” paragraph so people know a bit about you.  Thank you very much for your interest in writing for Ex-JW Sisters!

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[1] We do not hate men, we respect them as equals.  If you are wondering why this is a women only space, please see the following blog: Why the need for Ex-JW Sisters?
[2] To dox (doxxing):
“Dox – verb (used with or withoug object), doxed or doxxed, doxing or doxxing.
“1. Slang. to publish the private personal information of (another person) or reveal the identity of (an online poster) without the consent of that individual:
“The professor was doxed by a bitter student who failed her class.
“Several players doxed the programmer because the final version of the game disappointed them.” –
[3] Public domain:
Public domain – singular noun
“If information is in the public domain, it is not secret and can be used or discussed by anyone.
It is outrageous that the figures are not in the public domain.
The state of their marriage has been put into the public domain.” – Collins English Dictionary
[4] To proselytise(British)/proselytize(US):
“Proselytize or proselytise – verb
“to convert (someone) from one religious faith to another.” – Collins English Dictionary
[5] Fair Use:
UK –
US –
Wikipedia –