Zelophehad’s Daughters

What My Mother Taught Me

Posted by Vada

Not Ophelia put up the text of President Benson’s 1987 talk about women not working outside the home over at FMH today. I had some thoughts after reading it, and I decided they were long and involved enough (and a little off-topic enough) that it would be better to put them up here as their […]

The Idiosyncrodoxy Fallacy

Posted by Kiskilili

A. I’m completely orthodox. I believe and advocate everything the Church teaches (if understood correctly). B. I don’t believe or advocate x. C. Therefore, the Church must not teach x, regardless of the evidence. Since I don’t accept it, x must be folk doctrine, or “culture,” or a misunderstanding of what Church leaders actually meant. What’s wrong with this […]

What Do I Want?

Posted by Seraphine

I’m at a point where I have never felt more free to choose the path I want my life to follow. In many ways, this is a wonderful thing, but my biggest dilemma is that I’m struggling to figure out what I want. I know I love teaching high school English and want to continue […]

Scholaristas

Posted by ZD

Check out this new blog–some academic-type Mormon women writing about women’s religious history, feminism, and other fun things. They’ve kicked things off with a discussion of the Pink Issue of Dialogue. Looks fabulous.