My daddy was a minister, my grandfather was a voodoo priest, my uncle was a mason; I was raised with a lot of studies.
I was raised in the '50s. I was taught by my father that how I looked was all that mattered, frankly.
I was raised Catholic, but my father's people were Methodist, so we went to both churches.
I was raised to be a girl Michelangelo.
I was raised in Montreal, which is very multicultural, very liberal. Then I moved to New York.
I was raised an orphan... My mother died when I was 2 years old.
I was raised orthodox Muslim. Very sheltered, very conservative.
I was raised in the suburbs. I wasn't on a plantation or anything.
I don't believe in predestination, even though I was raised a Presbyterian.
I searched for answers to life's meaning and, though I was raised a Presbyterian, I converted to Judaism around 1983.
I was raised by parents who really admired the religious leaders of the left, as many 60s and 70s liberals did.
I was raised by a strong single mother.
I was raised to think cursing makes you look unintelligent.