Tagged: feminism

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Sexism in the ExMormon Community

Guest post by Anonymous. Anonymous was born and raised Mormon, served a mission, married in the temple, raised a large family, and has held various ward and stake callings. She wrote for Exponent previously,...

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Guest Post: Dear Phil Donahue

By Kristin Lowe February 4, 1980. The credits began to roll on the Phil Donahue show. Director. Executive Producer. Senior Producer. Superimposed titles and names washed over General Relief Society President, Barbara Smith. She...

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Mourning and Celebrating One of Our Own

Recently the Mormon feminist community has been devastated by the loss of one of our own – Jenny Marshall Latu. It has also been a personal loss for me as Jenny was my dear...

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Why I write.

By LMA October 2019 When I moved away to start graduate school 2,000 miles away from my home, it was the most provocative thing I had ever done. Being so far away and doing...

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The Messages our Mothers Gave Us

For most of my adult life I have altered my hair color. I’ve dyed, bleached, highlighted, lowlighted, and balayaged the heck out of my hair all in an effort to hide my natural hair...

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Beginning to see already

Serving a mission is perhaps the most conservative thing I have ever done, and it pushed me over the edge to be a feminist.  I served my mission in 2005-2006, when women had to be...