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 subsequent parody movements? The Deseret News writes, “Is Feminism Misunderstood?” and the Washington Post chimes in with “Is this what an anti-feminist movement looks like?” to explain the gist of the movement, while the Daily Beast takes a more philosophical stance with: “You don’t hate Feminism. You just don’t understand it.” My personal favorite? Jane Austen Characters.
- “Watch your tone!” Melissa Y at Segullah gives us a grammatical run down about How, What and Why. There’s also this exceptional post by our Evangelical Feminist sister, Rachel Held Evans “On Being Divisive”. If you only have time to read one thing from this list, click over to Rachel’s essay!
- Keeping up with Kate Kelly: you can listen to this podcast to hear a recent interview, as well as read her appeal materials published on the OW website.
- Paul Barker examines stigma and status quo with “No Soup for you! Why Women Can’t have the Priesthood”
- A heartfelt statement of faith and testimony by Margaret Blair Young.
- And an interesting interview with the author of “The Polygamous Wives Writing Club” Has anyone read this book yet?
Any ideas sparking for a broader conversation? Any other articles you’d recommend? Add your insights in the comments!