217: How Patriarchy Hurts Men and Boys: Wendy Christian

Manhattan-based Psychotherapist Wendy Christian discusses patriarchy in the LDS Church and how this system hurts everyone including men and boys. The 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work, by John Gottman & Nan Silver https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Principles-Making-Marriage-Work/dp/0553447718/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_14_img_0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=QV161YW1NJQMHSYSN1ANThe Relationship …

204b: Can you really be a Mormon woman?: Jenne Erigero Alderks

Jenne de Normandie Eregiro Alderks was a teen convert from Unitarian Universalism.  When she joined the LDS church her mother, knowing somewhat of the strict gender roles in Mormonism, asked her,  ‘Can you really be …

183: In Sacred Defiance: A Reflection on the Women’s March

Natasha Helfer Parker, Mindy Gledhill, Jana Spangler, Andrea Radke-Moss and Rachel Hunt Steenblik discuss their experiences at the Women’s March in Washington DC and New York City.  Contrary to Sister Elaine Dalton’s observation each of …

176: In Faithful Defiance: Peter Bleakley

Peter Bleakley has had an intriguing journey in Mormonism.  Born at BYU to British parents he grew up in England loving Mormon theology and enjoying an early life in the church that he treasures. Of …

169: Finding Renewal, Wisdom and Peace Post-Election: Wotherspoon, Colvin and Money

Dan Wotherspoon, host of Mormon Matters and Kristy Money, host of Mormon Transitions join me to discuss, in a non-partisan way, the importance of intellectual clarity, healthy emotional inwardness and consciousness, and embodied action in …

168: The Mormon Election Autopsy: Madson, Kramer & Baradaran

Mehrsa Baradaran, Joshua Madson and Brad Kramer discuss the history of the recent US Presidential Election.  They talk about the uncoupling of the Democratic party from the working class, the rise of neo-liberalism, and the …