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  1. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    " I'm confused then. How much time do you spend watching other people's children? If you don't does that mean you don't care about our brothers and sisters?  This ^^^
  2. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    This has nothing to do with what I was originally talking about, but okay
  3. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    What I intended to say was that, just because a woman is infertile and cannot bear children does not mean that she should be required to sit at home all day and expected to help care for other peoples children. Being infertile does not give anyone else the right to demand that the woman stay home all day and care for other peoples children. It does not mean that she does not care for her brothers and sisters in the church. It just means that she shouldnt be constantly reminded of that which she cannot ever have. IF she wants to care for other peoples children, that is fine. BUT it should not automatically be expected of her.
  4. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    Noone is forced to do anything. They are not any less Godly or righteous because they cant
  5. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    I agree. I resent being told I dont care because I dont do childcare
  6. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    I dont care for other peoples children because it is physically impossible for me to do so. It does not mean that I dont care for my brothers and sisters. It just means that childcare is outside my physical capabilities
  7. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    I will help my sisters and brethren where I can. However, childcare is solely their responsibility
  8. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    This isnt the 50s and as a disabled woman who cannot have kids, it is not my responsibility to help other people in my family raise their kids. I did not have them. They did. I'm not talking about 3rd world countries. I am talking about my own personal experience.
  9. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    What about the man. Why is it so bad that he works part time, or stays at home with the kids until they're old enough that he can reenter the workforce. Why does all your options only involve the woman
  10. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    Not everyone, for whatever reason, will get the opportunity to marry or have children in this lifetime. If a woman wants to work outside the home, she should have that right. It is not fair for someone who cannot bear children to be forced to sit at home all day doing nothing, and being made to feel less than because she is not a mother and has decided to work. Just as there is no shame in a man deciding to be a stay at home dad.
  11. lilscorpie

    The Glory of Men is the Woman

    Actually it is true. Sister missionaries can now wear dress pants if they so choose
  12. lilscorpie

    1/2 sacrament partaking

    I've taken of the bread but not the water due to whoever is passing the sacrament not offering it to me. I've discussed it with my bishop and since he considers me worthy, the Lord does too and will forgive this instance