Jezebel: Woman Leads Mormons in Prayer for the First Time in Forever. "That leadership inequity, according Amber Whiteley, the woman who helped organize Let Women Pray, isn't born out of church doctrine so much as institutionalized sexism. "There are a lot of gender inequalities that aren't rooted in doctrine," Whiteley told the Wall Street Journal. "They are just born out of tradition and culture.""
fMf: One Miracle at a Time - "The Savior seemed interested in pushing the bend of the long arc of history, not trailing it–let alone restraining the bend... How could this God have become so timid in our modern era? Is he not the same God yesterday, today, and forever?"
"The Intimate Side of Marriage" Jennifer Finlayson-Fife at The Mormon Women Project: "I believe there are natural differences between men and women, but we would do much better if we would express our uniqueness to one another rather than trying to live up to cultural dictates of who we are supposed to be."
Maddie “I’m a Mormon feminist because I believe equality feels happier and holier than this.” Often when Mormon feminists express pain regarding how certain doctrines & practices negatively affect women, we are told, sometimes lovingly and sometimes not, that we are simply being deceived by doctrines of the world. The message is clear: we either don’t have the ability to discern truth any longer or we are on the path to losing that power.