Zelophehad’s Daughters

The Circularity of “Separate but Equal”: A Dialogue in Socratic Form.

Posted by Melyngoch

Socrates and his pal Piggly-Wiggly are out for a post-Thanksgiving pre-Advent walk down by the river. Piggly-wiggly: . . . and you know what else? Short people. Short people just need to learn to accept their divinely-appointed height role. It’s not a lesser role, just because they’re not allowed to hold public office or propose […]

Gratitude and Grace

Posted by Lynnette

A couple of years ago, I wrote a Thanksgiving post about my ambivalence about gratitude, and why, while I see the value of it, I think it’s a problem to dictate it, or to use injunctions like “be grateful” as a weapon against those who dare to express unhappiness about anything. I’ve been thinking about […]

I’m thankful for Feminist Mormon Housewives

Posted by Ziff

This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for the blog Feminist Mormon Housewives.

The Fine Art of Spiritual Vaccines

Posted by Petra

I was recently called as my ward’s early-morning seminary teacher. I’ll pause to let you all wince. There are many challenges to this calling, but, to my surprise, waking up at 5:15 AM is not the greatest challenge. (This isn’t to say it’s the smallest challenge, either; I’m not a morning person, at all, and […]

Quantity vs. Quality: If you could only have one on a spiritual desert island…

Posted by Apame

I have this weird relationship with visiting teaching. I really like it, actually.  I like it for its ultimate point: to make sure everyone has, if not a couple of friends in the community, at least someone who is making sure you’re okay.  I’m all about making dinners, babysitting kids for bedridden sisters, or sending […]