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I have been around religion all my life but only recently has it become important to me I find this ironic because I recently transferred to a public DODDS school from a small private Catholic school Only after I was removed from the Catholic school environment did I begin to see what religion really is I came to the Catholic school system in Leavenworth Kansas in the fifth grade Before that time I was nave I barely knew any swear words and all I knew about sex was that I was interested in cute boys Ironically it was this time all through and every year after fifth grade that I was subjected to and learned vulgarity By the time I was a sophomore I was so familiar with all of the four-letter words that I swore casually with my friends when we would discuss sex or gossip about other students I picked up every slang word for every body part and knew every sexual innuendo there was to know all during the six years I attended Catholic school Even though we were not very good examples of church-going youngsters my friends and I regularly went to Youth Group meetings I never really listened to what the speaker was saying or to what I was singing I just went to socialize with my friends When we moved to Okinawa I immediately wanted to make friends with the popular crowd but my mother forced me to go to Youth Group I only knew one person there but I met another girl who introduced me to her group of friends the exact crowd I wanted to meet We went out a couple of times but after a few weeks at school they decided I was not cool enough and dropped me from their group I was crushed However since I was new I had met other new people who I brought to the Youth Group so I would
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