Mormon Women Project

After I found this website, I think I stayed up and read just about every single profile. The project is all interviews of women who have lived lives different than the stereotypical LDS woman. I find it refreshingly honest and a testimony-booster. It is now bookmarked.

Two of my favorites:

http://www.mormonwomen.com/2010/09/15/a-citizen-of-the-world/

Her intellectual bent (she’s a trustee for NPR) resonated with me and her sense of humor made me smile

http://www.mormonwomen.com/2010/05/26/finding-refuge-in-the-saints/

she survived the Cambodian Pol Pot regime with some heart rending stories

 

Also profiled is an LDS woman who is married to someone of a different faith, an LDS woman whose former mission president husband became entangled in embezzlement, the creator of the blog Seriously So Blessed, a celebrity hairdresser whose sister overdosed on heroin, a woman who chose to have only one child and the ramifications in our culture, a woman who decided not to get married and moved to Ghana instead…

 

Go. Enjoy.

 

Speaking of Ghana, we should be getting our visas tomorrow.

Kalli Hiller

Article by Kalli Hiller

Kalli Hiller is a voluntary vagabond who, with her husband Jacob, has traveled full time for the last eight years.

Kalli has written 366 awesome articles for us.

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