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Female General Officers speak more often than males, but without women as General Authorities, more speaking opportunities need to come from elsewhere.
The fate of the session has seesawed over the past six months. Will it be a “normal” session like the others or something special?
Patriarch Joseph F. Smith II: The Complexities of Family Legacy and Homosexuality in the Early 20th Century
There was once a “Patriarch of the Church,” and his reported homosexuality was less of an issue than you might think.
How do we get more Latter-day Saint women involved in public service? That’s the mission of Project Elect. We interview two of their founders.
It’s too easy to preach to LGBTQ Latter-day Saints. Richard Ostler believes we do the most good by listening and understanding.
Professor Tyler Lefevor discusses his research showing four options for LGBT Latter-day Saints, which might include leaving the Church.
Human trafficking is the 3rd largest international crime, behind illegal drugs and arms trafficking. Operation Underground Railraod aims to stop that.
Utah was the first territory in the U.S. where women voted. What is the story behind suffrage in the west, and how is it relevant to Latter-day Saints?
Two Latter-day Saint queens of comedy are back to talk improv, uplifting comedy, being a working Latter-day Saint woman, and more.
Serving as a witness to sacred ordinances is no longer a privilege restricted to men.
Dr. Matt Harris discusses the new book “Thunder from the Right: Ezra Taft Benson in Mormonism and Politics” and how Benson transformed Mormon conservatism.
Another enemy falls in the war against “Mormon”
And he’s also separating himself from the Church.
The importance of motherhood is deeply ingrained in Latter-day Saint culture, but what of those women in the Church who don’t want to have children or those who struggle for years with infertility, seemingly unable to fulfill their divine mandate?
My family saw my wife and I exchange rings, but they never saw our wedding. A recent change in the rules for temple sealings will help families.
Standing up to difficult male priesthood leadership is not necessarily shrill or stubborn.
Reversing a major 2015 policy, children of same-sex couples can now be baptized and be blessed.
Once a requirement, a new letter from the First Presidency makes the practice of veiling a woman’s face optional.