Tagged: MormonMeToo

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Ideas to Work Toward Ending Violence Against Women

Christine Blasey Ford. McKenna Denson. Colbie Holderness and Jennifer Willoughby. Sexual assault. Domestic violence. Story after story. Many public and many more privately shared. So often I feel totally overwhelmed and hopeless that change...

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#MormonMeToo: A Survivor’s Story

By Sarah Pulliam Thwack! “You stupid woman. Why didn’t you just obey me in the first place. This always happens, you don’t listen and stuff like this happens. You couldn’t just keep your eyes...

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#MormonMeToo: A Year in Review

On October 15, 2017 actress Alyssa Milano sent out the call to raise awareness of sexual assault and harassment. Though the phrase “Me Too” originated in 2006 with activist Tarana Burke, this time it...

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#MormonMeToo: Why Didn’t She . . . ?

By B Alvaraz I have been sexually assaulted twice in my life. Both times by Mormon men. Both times on BYU’s campus. Unless you’ve gone through an event like this, it’s difficult to understand...

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Zuleika (Potiphar’s wife) and Joseph #MormonMeToo

In Jewish and Muslim traditions, we are told that the wife of Potiphar was named Zuleika. The name Zuleika is of Pashtun origin, and it’s meaning is “Radiant One” and “Brilliant and Lovely.”  Thus,...

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Guest Post: #MormonMeToo — Actionable Steps

Assembled by Dana HC This list grew out of a “Mormon Me Too” discussion at the 2018 Midwest Pilgrims retreat (May 4-6 in Morgantown, Indiana). Actionable Steps to Prevent and Address Domestic Violence and...