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Virtual Oases 2/18

A day in the life of a LDS CEO and her husband A Nun’s thoughts on sexuality Margaret Young on Mormon Fiction — 30 years after Kimball’s Plea “Of Eggs and Witch Doctors”: A...

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Radical Mormon Feminist Manifesto

I really like the ideas that Caroline and others have recently proposed. Such feminist assertions are heartening, and are evidence of a growing activist consciousness that’s quite encouraging. I’d like to take this one...

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On Finding Myself Culinarily Disinclined

For Valentine’s this year, instead of a wrapped gift, per se, I was thinking of alternatives for my sweetheart. Something into which I would put more time and thought—more of myself. One thought I...

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What If?

As a child I remember hearing a story about a couple of young time travelers. Two children take a trip thousands of years into the past. They are cautioned by their guide that they...

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Exponent II Classics: Don't Look To Me For Direction

I’m afraid my abbreviated version of this essay simply doesn’t do it justice. Please check out the complete version in our archived Exponent II articles. Claudia W. HarrisAtlanta, GeorgiaVol. 14, Num 3, (1988)Helen C....

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Virtual Oases 2/11/07

Taryn reviews “No More Goodbyes” Ann: Choosing to believe? Our female justices speak out Kris: Meditations on the last born Seraphine: Separate but Equal? Kaimi’s day-in-the life provides a beautiful example of creative co-parenting....

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(Career) Woman Interrupted

New Year’s Eve party. Old friends. Some strangers. Fascinating careers: federal prosecutor, child life specialist, rocket scientist, producer, nurse … and those were the women. Most of my close friends are either still single,...