2017 Year in Review
Phew! 2017 is almost over. From reading other Year in Review posts around the web, it seems that 2017 has been rough on a lot of people. And that’s the same here, it’s been rough, but we’ve also had some great moments.
The most difficult part of the year for us was when we discovered misappropriation of our Exponent funds. However, the community has been supportive as we have been working to correct this wrong.
New for the Exponent II:
Speaking of new items in our store, you can buy stickers!
2017 is also the year that The Religious Feminism podcast has entered the scene. Show notes are under the “Religious Feminism” tag here at the blog. Check it out on iTunes and leave us a review so that others can find the podcast, too!
On the blog, we are very close to finishing all the lessons plans for the YW lessons.
Also, we dug out the Gospel Principles plans from the archive and aggregated them under the “Lessons” tab in our banner up there so they are easier to find.
We will continue to work on the RS plans for the upcoming year. With the new format, we’ll be publishing as many lesson plans on as many conference talks as we can early in the year. They’ll show up in the Relief Society Lesson section of the Lessons Tab as soon as possible.
Top Posts of 2017
5. Guest Post: Temple Recommend, by Anonymous
4. Becca’s Songs of a Fat Mormon Woman
3. Virginal Sex, a guest post by Anonymous
1. Facing the Racism in Mormonism, a guest post by Molly Hogan
Most Commented on Posts
3. April Young Bennett’s Q&A: Why aren’t Mormon feminists thrilled with the new LDS temple baptistry policy?
Top Search Terms
One of these is a bit …. hmmm… We might be getting traffic we don’t normally cater to!
5. relief society lesson helps
4. the exponent
2. mother’s day hymns, hymns for mother’s day, mothers day hymns, hymns for mothers day
1. Virgin sex, sex virgin
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