While Mormon Men Brawl, Mormon Women Talk Gender Equality

America’s two most prominent Mormon politicians, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Mitt Romney, have recently waged a much-publicized dispute over Romney’s taxes. “While the Mormon men folk are brawling in public,” writes Joanna Brooks at Religion Dispatches, “it’s worth noting that this summer has seen a quiet building among Mormon women of a new and unprecedentedly broad conversation about gender inequality in the LDS Church.”

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