Part 3: Things Come to a Head

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by Living Liminal cross posted from her blog Living Liminal Things came to a head a couple of months later when the church was invited to participate in an annual prayer event. It seemed like a no-brainer, yet after praying about it, both elder M and I felt unaccountably uneasy. Elder R was overseas at [Read More...]

Then and Now

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by AJ cross posted from her blog I Am Phoenix I’m becoming more and more aware that I don’t need to “aware” of my beliefs in order for them to affect my life. My beliefs shape the way my life is branching out right at this very moment, even if many of these beliefs were formed many years ago and I [Read More...]

Why Purity Culture Doesn’t Teach Consent

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by Samantha Field cross posted from her blog Defeating The Dragons I’m a Star Trek fan, and yes– it’s related. I grew up watching Star Trek loyally, and I’m pretty sure Captain Kathryn Janeway is one of the few reasons why I managed to be somewhat normal. So, when Enterprise began airing, I watched every [Read More...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Taking Feminist Positions When Convenient: Cognitive Dissonance Much?

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by Kathleen Sloan (Board member National Organization for Women) and Jennifer Lahl (Founder and president of Center for Bioethics and Culture) posted at Ladies Against Feminism and Twin Cities.com – Inconvenient Truths About Commercial Surrogacy It’s time for the shenanigans and propaganda to stop and for the inconvenient truths about commercial surrogacy to be told. [Read more...]

Slouching Towards Bethlehem & Other Thoughts

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Our founder Vyckie Garrison and NLQ got a nice mention in a Huffington Post Article written by Clay Farris Naff  – Slouching Towards Bethelem: Putin, Religion and the Second Coming of Fascism The article nicely ties together some of the ongoing news stories involving world politics with religion, putting together the puzzle pieces in a [Read More...]