From Airplanes to Adoption : The Story of Terri Jensen Moore

“All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” – Abraham Lincoln In 1959, Terri Jensen was born to Glenna Salisbury and George Jensen. She was an unexpected… Continue reading

My Extremely Religious Uterus Would Like a Word (Round Two)

After several discussions, including one with my Ethics and Legal Issues professor, and a careful rereading of the majority opinion I have decided to change a few of my statements. While I disagree… Continue reading

A Jew, a Muslim, and a Christian Walk Into a Bar…

And by a Jew, Muslim and Christian, I mean the presidents of Israel and Palestinian Authority and the Pope, and by bar, I mean the Vatican. On June 8th, after another round of… Continue reading

We briefly interrupt this programming… (PLEASE READ)

… to tell you about some new things I’ve added that I hope you all will like! One is an official Facebook page! You should all head over there an like it. I’ll… Continue reading

University Study on Sexism In BBC’s Doctor Who (Infographic)

In April 2014, I completed a study, with several other students, for my Media Research Methods class, which we then entered into BYU-Idaho’s Research and Creative Works Conference. My group’s research took second… Continue reading

Why On Earth Are You A Mormon?

  The other night, I was sitting with a friend of mine at a comedy show, waiting for it to start. We were talking about dating, and at one point I said, “Yeah,… Continue reading

The Lie Coming Out of Conservative America

Recently, we heard Donald Sterling remind us all that racism is alive and well in the United States. Of course his remarks have spurred some comments that go about like this: “Man, you… Continue reading

The Errand of Angels is Given to Women

As the General Women’s Meeting began, I have to admit, I was much more moved than I expected. I’ve known for months of the changes, and knew as I sat down this would… Continue reading

Wanting Women to Receive the Priesthood is an Inherently Misogynistic Idea

Note: My views on this topic have evolved and changed. But I’m not deleting it. “No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in… Continue reading

Master, the Tempest is Raging

I’ve recently begun volunteering at my Stake’s Addiction Recovery Program. It’s very similar to Alcoholics Anonymous, however people struggling with a wider variety of addictions come. Any substance abuse, eating disorders, whatever, they… Continue reading