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Our organization has a goal of doubling our subscription rate over the next three years. If you have let your subscription lapse, would you please renew? If you are a current reader, would you please consider gifting a subscription to a loved one? We depend on our supporters to advertise and share Exponent II for us, because it’s the only way we can reach the women who need our organization.
In the past year, we have published an article comparing the cross-cultural identities of Mormon feminists and Filipino-Americans; a personal narrative of the search for the divine feminine through the Virgin Mary, Saint Hildegard Von Bingen, and Bernadette Soubirous; a lesson plan for a church class on the history of women in the LDS church; a heartbreaking testimony by a young woman who came out as gay to her ward in Sacrament Meeting; a fictional piece based on the scriptural story of Jael and Deborah; and dozens of other personal essays, poetry, artist features, and more. If you don’t want to miss this, or if you want to share it with friends or family, go to our Exponent II store today and subscribe. Learn more about our Subscription Drive
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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.
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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.