not in Primary anymore

mormon feminism solved! JK

Dearest readers,

Please forgive the brief lull in postings- it’s been midterms season at BYU, and that (in addition to jobs, campaign work for some of us, and other responsibilities) has caused our usual contributors to be pressed for time. The short break between posts has not been because Mormon feminism has been solved or explained or whatever- never fear! There are many stories to share and perspectives to learn from, and we hope to continue this blog as a forum for discussion and a platform for productive sharing.

As we near almost 20,000 viewers to this site since I created it three months ago, I think a quick refresher is in order.

Did you know that….

  1. This blog has an accompanying Facebook group (where you can join in even more interactive conversations) and  Twitter account (so you can be more up to date when we post new articles) (links are also on the upper right hand side of this page).
  2. This blog is basically the younger daughter of Feminist Mormon Housewives. All ages are welcome to read and contribute, but the emphasis is on understanding and learning about Mormon feminism from the perspective of the next generation of Mormon feminists.
  3. We encourage a variety of voices- some of us are active and believing Mormons, some are active but questioning, some have left the Mormon church but remain engaged in Mormon discussion, and some of us are in between or waver between many different stages. Basically, we’re young, we’re still figuring out what we believe and how we want to live our lives, and we value the opportunity to connect with others on similar journeys because it means we’re not alone.

As always, we would love to hear from you. Feel free to comment here on the blog, or email us at youngmormonfeminists at gmail.com . We always welcome guest posts as well.

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