Important Update from the EXII Board on the Spring 2014 Issue:

Since the spring of 2013 our editorial staff has been working on a special issue of Exponent II that examines women’s relationship to the priesthood, the work of which has come to fruition in a beautiful 48 page magazine that is currently at the printers. Due to unforeseen delays, this special issue (technically the Spring 2014 issue) will be available in print and online the week of July 7th. (Can’t wait…check out our teaser here.)

Some good news: all new subscribers or those renewing their subscriptions between June 17th and July 1st will have the chance to be entered into a raffle for an historic piece of Mormon Feminist history. The ever industrious and generous Lisa Butterworth (founder of Mormon Feminist Housewives) has donated a handmade bonnet signed by a slew of Mormon feminists including some of Exponent II’s early founders including Claudia Bushman and Grethe Peterson. Also, if you still have issues left on your current subscription and resubscribe now, your new subscription will be added to your previous one, so there’s nothing to lose! If you have questions about your subscription, please email

We really appreciate your support and patience as we work to release this important and timely issue of Exponent II.

Exponent II’s Spring 2014 Women and the Priesthood Issue Coming Soon!
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Exponent II turns 40 this year
And that means Exponent II’s yearlong celebration of our 40th anniversary will begin. Visit our website here for our celebration plans.

The purpose of Exponent II is to provide a forum for Mormon women to share their life experiences in an atmosphere of trust and acceptance. This exchange allows us to better understand each other and shape the direction of our lives. Our common bond is our connection to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and our commitment to women. We publish this paper as a living history in celebration of the strength and diversity of women.

Exponent II is a non-profit organization that is made possible by countless volunteer hours and the generosity and support of our faithful readers. Your involvement and financial gifts help assure a strong future for this safe haven of discussion, learning, and sharing. Ours is a forum dedicated to the diverse voices and ideas of Mormon women.