Softening Mormon patriarchy, one correction at a time

Heather Moore-Farley
Heather Moore-Farley
TopHat is putting her roots down in the Bay Area with her husband and three children. She loves the earth, yarn, and bicycling.


  1. I joined the church in 1975 when I was in the Army. Had I read the original article, I can honestly say that I never would’ve joined such a sexist, misogynistic organization. The day-to-day operation of the church now is not different from back then, so I’m not sure why they “softened” the article with an Oopsie statement.

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