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A round-up of interesting news and links for your weekend! Exponent blogger, April Young Bennett, made local and national headlines with her latest post. The high traffic to our site crashed the server and the...

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Here are some links to check out! The Exponent II turned 40! Our friend Tona writes about the festivities.  And for the first time in Boston retreat history, a reporter was allowed in to...

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“So, what have the Feminists been up to this week?” asks my husband quite regularly. Now I just show him this post and he learns for himself! The Research Information Division of LDS Church...

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Catching up on the week’s news, here’s a few posts to add to your weekend reading list! The Sunstone Symposium wrapped up just as the FAIR Mormon conference got going this week. Women’s issues...

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      For those of us not attending the Sunstone Symposium this weekend, here’s some supplemental reading to keep you occupied: Are you a little mystified at the “Women against Feminism” movement, and its...

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by Violadiva Another roundup of some must-read articles shared on the Internet this week. Evolving conversations between Traditionalists and Feminists – an excellent piece by Andrea Radke-Moss (I love her paragraph of paradoxes on page 2!)...

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(We are resurrecting our popular feature “Virtual Oases,” which Deborah did such a great job with for so many years. Now Violadiva has volunteered to collect the best of the web for Mormon feminists...

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A round-up of LDS women’s voices on the Web, and other links of interest. Today (Saturday, August 7), you can hear the Exponent II panel at Sunstone — 3:30 in the Canyon Room. Tresa...

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A round-up of LDS women’s voice on the web, and other links of interest. Heather has posted ten dispatches at Mormon Mommy Wars, chronicling her time in Haiti as a humanitarian worker. Also at...

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A semi-regular round-up of Mormon women’s voices on the web (and other topics of interest): Jana Riess on the Mormon themes in Twilight Speaking of Jana Riess, if you haven’t added her blog “Flunking...