Three women share their thoughts on being Mormon feminists, which is often looked down upon in the Mormon community.
At BYU, my needs as a gay student were blatantly ignored.
"BYU’s policies are far more sinister and discriminatory than North Carolina’s HB2 law."
Let's consider BYU's likely exclusion from the Big 12 another tug on the sleeve of church leadership. Appealing to the moral goodness of our leadership to become more Christlike and change the anti-LGBT policy hasn't worked. Perhaps this will.
"They’re saying they can’t prove that a rape happened, so they can’t provide the services they would provide to a rape victim," student Madi Barney says.
"Hello from the other side / We must have knocked a thousand times."
Mark Juergensmeyer cited religious discrimination in his decision not to attend Brigham Young University.
And it makes us wonder: Did Jesus ever have one?
Universities may hold students to a particular “personal, social or religious philosophy,” the Northwest Commission policy
Byers told Cosmo when she was a Mormon teenager, she was sexually assaulted by someone older than her who had just come home