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The Truth about Mormonism and Women

By Steve P. In speculating what Mitt Romney would do now that the election was over, a university professor commented to one of my Mormon friends that “Well, whatever Mitt and Ann decide to do, it will be up to … Continue reading

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From the editors: We understand that there are many different opinions on whether women have enough visibility and authority in the LDS church. Please feel free to discuss your own views in the comment section below. This post is in … Continue reading

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Feminism and Families

(This post is inspired by this beautiful photography and story project on Mormon women created by a non-Mormon student at Massart.) When I first heard about feminism described in waves, this really made sense to me. My mother was on … Continue reading

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Jesus Was a Feminist and You Should Be One Too

I was recently interviewed by a student doing a project on Mormon women. During our interview she informed me that of all the LDS women she’d spoken to, I was the only one who identified as a feminist. I was … Continue reading

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Women and History

The LDS Church is mailing out a book this week to all its English-speaking female members (other languages will be out in the next couple of weeks) on the history of women in the Church, particularly as connected to the … Continue reading

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Mormon Women and Careers

I recently read the business week article God’s MBAs: Why Mormon Missions Produce Leaders.  I think for the most part the article makes a great point about the preparation that a mission provides to business leaders and how it helps them … Continue reading

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