Author Archives: emkulick

About emkulick

I cross-dress to religious services of all sorts to inspire critical thought as I work toward a "heaven" in the here-and-now.

Child-Abducting Judges

  Below are the handful of critical comments I’ve received from folks on-line about the abduction of my kids by my ex as a result of my Mormon activism and the rubber-stamping by every level of Oregon court. My Appellate Brief succinctly explains … Continue reading

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Hillary Trump Chronicles

What transpires below is an ongoing conversation between friends who possess a difference of opinion on politics. The Hillary Trumps and Donald Clintons of this world intentionally divide people like us, often causing us to falsely believe that we are … Continue reading

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Dogmata Ecclesiasties

Having walked to hundreds of religious services over the course of two years and having spent the last five years attending law school, I have come to realize that dogma is one of the most dangerous and ubiquitous ideological tools employed by people … Continue reading

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The Book of Erik

Book of Erik This is my journal from the first time that I decided to be an activist in a religious community. Instead of serving a mission, I went on a quest with a dear friend of mine who was … Continue reading

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Who is the Willamette Collegian?

Juliana Cohen, writer for the Willamette Collegian arranged for Elize Manoukian to write the article, ‘Who is the Crossdressing Mormon?” about me, and then invited me to a group that she created called ‘Willamette Collegian (Before our Time)’, in which … Continue reading

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Leviticus School

Erik Kulick Have y’all read the LDS Epistles? Some fellow law students helped me write them!https://emkulick.wordpress.com/2012/10/27/lds-epistles/ LDS Epistles emkulick.wordpress.com The text bellow is a compilation of most of the Facebook conversation threads I participated in during the appellate brief writing … Continue reading

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LDS Left Exodus

This post was deleted from the “Liberal” Mormon Facebook group, ‘LDS Left’, for being “anti-Mormon.” The poster Heather B. even went as far as to report this blog post for “copyright infringement.” Fortunately, mere conversation is not generally able to … Continue reading

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Unorthodox Revelations

Eugene Fitzpatrick Cross Dress to Church Day 17 December 2012 at 08:59 via Mobile ·This is not going to be helpful for anyone. Its just going to aggravate the issue. No good will be done by transvesting; no real point … Continue reading

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Dempublican Lamentations

Below is a Facebook conversation between Willamette University law students about the strategy of autovoting #Dempublican, compared with the strategy of pushing to collectively find a candidate worth supporting on a sufficient number of issues. Bernie Sanders is the only candidate … Continue reading

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LDS Epistles

The text bellow is a compilation of most of the Facebook conversation threads I participated in during the appellate brief writing portion of law school this past spring. I delivered a bound copy to an LDS apostle this past August … Continue reading

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