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Finch also reads the letter online the youtube video below.

People call me one of the “world’s greatest female athletes”. Women in the Witness religion are indeed treated very much in the way that Williams rails against; judged and restricted very much by their gender and not their abilities or dreams.

Do they say Le Bron is one of the world’s best male athletes? This apparent double standard has not gone un-noticed by many ex-JW women, and one of them, activist Lydia Finch, has written an open letter in response.

A former Jehovah's Witness has offered a rare insight into the religious group, describing it as a cult that "tries to control emotions, thought, information and behavior of a person".

The man, who did not want to be formally identified, shared his experience of growing up as a Jehovah's Witness in Poland in an Ask Me Anything post on Reddit.

Serena Williams, Wimbledon tennis champion and international sports personality, recently posted an open letter in the Guardian newspaper.

Entitled “We must continue to dream big” Serena’s letter sounds a call to action to address issues of gender inequality that affect women throughout the world.

In one situation where an elder started to lose his faith and challenge the group, he said they allegedly denounced him and spread gossip about him, pressuring him "so much he jumped into a river and killed himself".

When asked how women were regarded in JW society, the former elder said they were thought of as "a complement for a man", adding: "She should be submissive to her husband, who is the head of their family and it is he who makes all the important decisions.

He also described how his family now refused to acknowledge him and his wife after they left the group.

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