Mike Rinder was a very high up Scientology for my entire childhood and I remember him from many Scientology propaganda videos. He eventually got out of Scientology and became a very vocal opponent to Scientology. I find his arguments online interesting and compelling.
Mark Bunker is one of the earliest Scientology-related activists around. He runs Xenu TV and has been doing a lot of work in that space for a long time.
A website dedicated to pointing out various issues with Scientology.
Forum for former Scientologists to vent and connect.
This website and forum has helped many ex-Scientologists vent and find community.
Andreas runs (ran?) Operation Clambake, the first internet website I’m aware of which was about Scientology but not run by Scientologists. This was an inspiring website for me as a teenager when it was new.
This website calls itself “The World’s Best Satire of the Church of Scientology and its Leader David Miscavige.” It’s authored by Jeffrey Augustine.
Various interesting posts including personal stories about Scientology.
Leah Remini is a celebrity known for her work on various TV shows and movies as well as bringing Scientology’s disconnection policy to the public eye with her show “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.” I enjoy her personality and her presence on screen.
Website which describes itself as giving advice for “finding your way after leaving the cult of Scientology.”
A forum dedicated to Narconon and other Scientology subjects.
Website attempting to expose the “money and legal labyrinth” of Scientology.
A website which describes itself as “an eclectic mix of satire and news about Scientology.”
A website focused on the lies of Scientology, run by a woman named Kristi Wachter, who was a Scientologist for a very short time.
An author critical of Scientology follows along the drama and controversy involving it.
Forum discussing protests of several groups, including Scientology.
Dedicated to the defense of Scientology’s victims.
Karin Spaink’s German blog. I have no idea what any of it says.
Freedom of Mind support those affected by undue influence by providing coaching and consulting services as well as training and educational resources for individuals, families and professionals.
Another site dedicated to Scn exposure.
An active anti-Scientology blog site.