Female General Officers speak more often than males, but without women as General Authorities, more speaking opportunities need to come from elsewhere.
Category: Gender Issues
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.
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.
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?
Standing up to difficult male priesthood leadership is not necessarily shrill or stubborn.
Once a requirement, a new letter from the First Presidency makes the practice of veiling a woman’s face optional.
The move to allow female participants comes quick on the heels of the LDS Church changing its entire relationship with Boy Scouts.
For years I’ve loved teaching Relief Society, but dreaded lessons on the priesthood. Here’s how that changed.
Reconciling being a stay-at-home dad with the Proclamation on the Family
A podcast about the Internet discusses how the interwebs have shaped Mormonism over the past few years.
Greg Harris, president of North Star International, joins us to talk about LGBT issues in the Church and how to be a follower of Christ.
Updates to Handbook 1 bring temporary restrictions on baptism in line with standards for polygamy, and redefine “apostasy.”
Have you had a good experience with your employer and parental leave? Take the survey! Link in article.
Kate Kelly joining Planned Parenthood is the least news of news in the recent history of news.
It appears people in the know actually read the terms and conditions of being a religious charter organization within Boy Scouts.
You don’t often see many Mormon women at Harvard Divinity School, which is why having four at once is unprecedented and awesome.
Majority of Utah Mormons Want Church to Leave Boy Scouts
Lindsey Stirling gets slammed across social media but Bryce Harper gets a free pass?
Our memories of Pres. Boyd K. Packer; new push for Sabbath observance; Kate Kelly out at Ordain Women; Bryce Harper gets nude; and more!