A few weeks ago, I decided to start studying the Gospels for my scripture study, and earlier this week, I … Continue reading Let your light so shine before men
I was recently listening to a A Thoughtful Faith podcast episode with Nathaniel Givens. Toward the end, Nathaniel discusses how … Continue reading Someone isn’t taking the sacrament; do you judge or support?
Pope Francis has said that the Roman Catholic Church should apologise to gay people for the way it has treated … Continue reading Pope Francis says Catholic Church Should Apologize to Gays
“Our Thoughts” founder and frequent contributor, Kim Siever, was recently interviewed for a local media’s report on the Church’s new … Continue reading LGBTQ Policy Questioned in Local Media
At the start of the year, one of our Gospel Doctrine lessons touched on the Book of Mormon introduction. Of … Continue reading Is the Book of Mormon really the keystone of Mormonism?
When critics of a religion call out for change, one is tempted to question their motivation. The video below sets … Continue reading What LDS Women Get?
This is a guest post written by Holly Whitman and is American-centric. Holly is a freelance writer and journalist, originally from the UK but now based in Washington DC. You can find her on Twitter at @hollykwhitman and more of her writing on her blog, Only Slightly Biased. To submit a guest post, email email@example.com.
For the longest time, the most pressing issue about public restrooms was the mere fact that there often weren’t enough of them. This is especially true at concert and stadium venues, where the lines can stretch several hundred feet. Now, with the emergence of people identifying as transgender, the issue of restroom accommodation is taking on a whole new spin.
Will it become a legal requirement for a public building to require a men’s bathroom, a women’s bathroom and a non-gender-specific bathroom? And what about churches? Will they be required to expand their restroom facilities even if there is little chance of transgender members becoming a part of their community? Could this all be a case of political correctness run amuck? Clearly, there are a lot of factors to sort through when it comes to the bathroom question. Continue reading “Gender neutral bathrooms: a legal requirement, or will your church be exempt?”