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Re: Women and Priesthood

Posted: 03 Feb 2020, 14:49
by hawkgrrrl
To put it in a simpler way, I don't need a man to explain to me what it's like to be a woman, and every time they try, they demonstrate their utter failure to comprehend what they are talking about.

Re: Women and Priesthood

Posted: 03 Feb 2020, 17:54
by Curt Sunshine
^^This.

Re: Women and Priesthood

Posted: 04 Feb 2020, 06:54
by DarkJedi
hawkgrrrl wrote:
03 Feb 2020, 14:49
To put it in a simpler way, I don't need a man to explain to me what it's like to be a woman, and every time they try, they demonstrate their utter failure to comprehend what they are talking about.
:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Note that I often think they have no idea what they're talking about.

Re: Women and Priesthood

Posted: 08 Feb 2020, 04:17
by SamBee
hawkgrrrl wrote:
03 Feb 2020, 14:49
To put it in a simpler way, I don't need a man to explain to me what it's like to be a woman, and every time they try, they demonstrate their utter failure to comprehend what they are talking about.
It cuts both ways. I keep on being told what it's like to be a man by women. Not a clue either.

Re: Women and Priesthood

Posted: 12 Feb 2020, 12:52
by hawkgrrrl
SamBee wrote:
08 Feb 2020, 04:17
hawkgrrrl wrote:
03 Feb 2020, 14:49
To put it in a simpler way, I don't need a man to explain to me what it's like to be a woman, and every time they try, they demonstrate their utter failure to comprehend what they are talking about.
It cuts both ways. I keep on being told what it's like to be a man by women. Not a clue either.
Fair enough, but in the LDS church 99% of the speakers in GC are men, and men run the women's organization. I'm not aware of any speaking or leadership platform in the church that puts men under women or gives women a microphone and tells them they should opine about the role of men.

Re: Women and Priesthood

Posted: 12 Feb 2020, 15:24
by grobert93
hawkgrrrl wrote:
12 Feb 2020, 12:52
SamBee wrote:
08 Feb 2020, 04:17
hawkgrrrl wrote:
03 Feb 2020, 14:49
To put it in a simpler way, I don't need a man to explain to me what it's like to be a woman, and every time they try, they demonstrate their utter failure to comprehend what they are talking about.
It cuts both ways. I keep on being told what it's like to be a man by women. Not a clue either.
Fair enough, but in the LDS church 99% of the speakers in GC are men, and men run the women's organization. I'm not aware of any speaking or leadership platform in the church that puts men under women or gives women a microphone and tells them they should opine about the role of men.
And when a woman is allowed to speak on the microphone, they need the approval of a priesthood leader to validate what they say.

Re: Women and Priesthood

Posted: 12 Feb 2020, 17:35
by Curt Sunshine
And when a woman is allowed to speak on the microphone, they need the approval of a priesthood leader to validate what they say.


To be fair, that is true of when men speak, as well.