Being a woman in a patriarchal church is bound to have some ups and downs.
When people think equality and preside are compatible.
Passive aggression is the wind beneath the wings of gender role stereotypes.
The conflict between being a SAHM or a working woman.
Putting women on a pedestal. So they can be cheerleaders for the men.
Men finally having an epiphany about women.
What some Mormons think happens to women who are still unmarried at age 30.
…or age 40.
Some people’s idea of outreach to women.
How some Mormons think feminism will end.
Some folks think being a feminist means you can’t be a good mother.
How some men feel about needing to include more women in decision making.
What happened inside the conference center when they saw women queued up for the priesthood session.
How second wave feminists sometimes feel when talking with third wavers.
What MoFems think when motherhood is equated to priesthood.
When women wanted to attend the priesthood session in person.
How some men feel when they face the loss of their privilege.
What men think feminists think of them.
What some men think all feminists look like.
Why women are sometimes less successful than men.
What some men fear will happen if they try to be feminist allies.
How Mormon women defend their feminist friend when they think she’s gone too far.
Mormon women are often polite, even when it’s pretty clear the men don’t know what they are talking about.
Mormon dating can mean feeling both judged and leered at.
How we sometimes imagine leadership talking about women’s issues.
Women can be among the worst critics of feminists.
Advice given to young single feminists.
Why jokes about women drivers (and other sexist jokes) fall flat.
What some members fear is next if women wear pants to church.
How some local leaders talk to Mormon feminists.
What happens to mansplainers in the bloggernacle.
How Mormon feminists feel when they read ill-informed FB status updates from their friends about topics like swimwear modesty.
In summary . . .
Mormon Feminists have a plan.
Although Mormon Feminists may not always agree on the best course of action.