“I honor my daughter’s choice to become an atheist,” says guest blogger Mette Ivie Harrison. “She has already taught me a lot in her life and I suspect she will teach me still more.”
It’s unclear what the excommunication of Mormon Stories founder John Dehlin will accomplish for the LDS Church as an institution.
One of the board members of Ordain Women was recently given a choice by her stake president: either quit the board and remove her past posts that advocate for Mormon women’s priesthood ordination, or lose her temple recommend.
Two-time presidential contender Mitt Romney told major donors on Friday that he is once again running for the nation’s highest office. Color me stupid, but I did not see this coming.
Last night’s Golden Globes win for the TV series “Transparent” is helping to raise awareness of transgender identity, but it’s an uphill battle for social acceptance.
Guest blogger Ron Raynes says it is possible for a gay man and a straight woman to enjoy a happy marriage. He and his wife have done so for 34 years.
Yesterday’s terrific Deseret News article went a long way toward destigmatizing mental illness and the “early return” missionary. Bravo.
Google says my readership is about 46% female and 54% male. So why do 90% of the comments on this blog come from men?
When the denial of a person’s sexual identity leads to the extreme measure of taking on a “straight” marriage in order to remain fully in the fold, it is, ironically, damaging to the family, the very institution that the LDS Church claims to be defending.