Monthly Archives: January 2013

Makes me think– Part 1: History Repeats Itself?

I am starting a new series on this blog about experiences I have that seem significant, but I’m not quite sure what my take-away message should be from them. But whatever they are–they make me think. Rwanda/United states Today while … Continue reading

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Why are we bringing up the rear?

Carol Lynn Pearson used to be right up there with the rest of torch-bearing Mormon feminists. She wrote Mother Wove the Morning, for crying out loud! But then, it seemed as though she backed off a little and threw all … Continue reading

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What’s the point of investing in our girls as future leaders?

The next event/campaign to be organized by the illustrious ladies and gentlemen over at All Enlisted will most likely have something to do with Boy Scouts vs. Young Women. I love that idea, and this is probably going to be … Continue reading

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Just FYI…when I’m pregnant, I’ll wear pants.

Some of the most rude and hurtful comments I saw in my circle of friends regarding “wear pants to church day” came from my friend E (here’s a sample: “This is so degrading. I find many things wrong with this … Continue reading

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No need to lobby for rights? …

“Young women you will be the ones who will provide the example of virtuous womanhood and motherhood.  You will continue to be virtuous  lovely praiseworthy and of good report. You will also be the ones to provide an example of family … Continue reading

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Just a thought.

I can’t just leave, because I’m not the only one. And what is the point of life if it’s not to make life better for the people around you?

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