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Women and mormonism

Started this discussion. Last reply by Astrologic Jul 3, 2012. 49 Replies

Hi,i'm Greta Privitera, a journalist of Vanity Fair Italy. I already wrote on this forum, and i had great answers and help from a lot of users. I will write an article about mormonism and women and…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Charitymp Jun 29, 2012. 17 Replies

Hi,I'm Greta Privitera, an italian journalist of Vanity Fair. I'm going to write an article about the role of the women in the mormonism. It would be interesting for me interviewing a lesbian who…Continue

 

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Michael Oborn left a comment for gre
" For two hundred plus years a congress of, for, and by men has designed a nation of, for, and by men.  You want balance? The male brain is different than the female brain. Example: The male brain has 2&1/2 times more cells dedicated to…"
Dec 15, 2013
Susan G. Emmett replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"What other list would it be besides this one, since I posted my reply to you here?  The owner of this site has given you a warning.  And I will add again that your posts have made you totally uncredible.  You do sound as though you…"
Jul 3, 2012
Susan G. Emmett replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"Astrologic -- after your previous post about being descended from Russian Royalty (who died WAY too long ago to be related in the fashion you told us), I have to discount everything you say -- which I was somewhat doing anyway after some of your…"
Jul 2, 2012
Enlightened replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"I could never understand how an elderly couple sold up everything except their oldish car which they needed to be able to heed the call of a proselyting mission in some remote area and yet they were over the moon at being called…"
Jul 2, 2012
gre replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"Hi, as I write before, my question gave just "an example" of what i m looking for, because i know/read about women who felt like that. Probably, the problem is the language barrier. I'm not "handing torch". I'm just…"
Jul 2, 2012
gre replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"We do have other articles about men, children and women in general. I'm not going to put the women in the martyrs throne. I'm just talking about one of the milion aspects of the religion"
Jul 2, 2012
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Jul 2, 2012
gre replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"If you don't agree with the article, it is fine. We live in a country (Italy) where the mormonism isn't well known as it is in america. Mitt Romney is a mormon. We are trying to figure out why a lot of people in America don't support…"
Jul 2, 2012
gre replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"Hi Pollypinks, do you think you can talk about it? About, for example, the experience in the hospita? Thank you, Greta"
Jul 2, 2012
gre replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"I am sure that the church (in general) influence the life of people who belive in it. The problem is that some people, in some point of their lives, don't have the tools to control that influence. Not just in the mormon religion, i know, but…"
Jul 2, 2012
pollypinks replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"The only problem with this post is that you won't find it in any of the doctrinal handbooks, for women to have more children than they can handle, or, to have a large number, period.  It was somewhat different in my time, but now, I think…"
Jul 2, 2012
Enlightened replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"I have always been of the opinion that "the Church" (whether Mormon or other) IS its people and particularly the people who 'come up' with the doctrines/rules call them what you like, that the people…"
Jul 2, 2012
gre replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"hi everyone, thank you all for the answers. naturally, "a mother with 10 children" was just an example. it was a simplification of the idea. i have heard/read many stories about women who in a certain sense made their choices (of which…"
Jul 2, 2012
pollypinks replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"I think your reasonings for women getting pregnant are rather meaningless.  Relegating them to dressing poorly and taking bad care of themselves  and families isn't actually what I would call the norm.  While many may have…"
Jul 2, 2012
gre replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"Hi everybody, thank you for all the answers. Obvuously the "woman with 10 kids" was just an example. I read/heard a lot of stories like that, but not so many women wants to talk about it. Im not in front of my computer right now. As soon…"
Jul 1, 2012
pollypinks replied to gre's discussion Women and mormonism
"I do agree with what you are saying Susan.  But, isn't it possible, that by continuing to perpetrate our activities with anti-mormon groups we may be continuing our pain?  I had no such group 24 years ago, when my name was removed.…"
Jul 1, 2012

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At 10:38am on December 15, 2013, Michael Oborn said…

 For two hundred plus years a congress of, for, and by men has designed a nation of, for, and by men.

 You want balance? The male brain is different than the female brain. Example: The male brain has 2&1/2 times more cells dedicated to sex than the female brain. The cultures of religion hold enormous financial power and political clout. Why? Because they are cultures of, for, and by men.

 In 1916 there were no women in congress. In 1917 there was one woman. Today, 2013, there are 101 women out of 540 members in the House and the Senate. We need another 169 women to join the 101 existing women holding seats in the Congress to balance out male thinking.

 The congress of the United States is in desperate need of women who will step up and serve.

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