A beautiful #flds girl roasting a marshmallow at one of our special cookouts.

A beautiful #flds girl roasting...

Tolga got the #flds children all silly

Tolga got the #flds children...

School going on for #FLDS children at #VoicesforDignity . Lots of donations still needed! And thank you to everyone who sent things already!

School going on for #FLDS...

Meet little me. Chrissy. Lazy eye, crooked teeth, tongue-tied and big lisp. I was a great target for childhood bullying. It took quite a toll on my developing self-worth, but I learned compassion for the underdog. And I outgrew the nonsense.

Meet little me. Chrissy. Lazy...

What is the message of this picture to you? This is one of the artistic activism photos we did for #VoicesforDignity for fighting human trafficking. Photo by @tolgakatas

What is the message of...

I am thrilled to share this beautiful picture book with a profound message about healing, especially meaningful for children who have been traumatized. This book was a donation from @birthwarriordoula Meghan Hindi-Anfang, and it is already touching hearts. Thank you Meghan for such a thoughtful and powerful ❤️ gift!!! #thehealingyoucando

I am thrilled to share...

The Polygamy Question

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Polygamy is tolerated to some degree by almost half of the world’s societies. It is practiced by only 2 percent of North Americans from a range of religious and national backgrounds. Some participants in polygamous marriages have immigrated to North America from countries where such marriage is permitted and recognized under the law. Others are members of local fundamentalist Mormon religious sects, which practice polygamy outside the bounds of secular law. However, questions regarding the legal and ethical permissibility of plural marriage occupy a disproportionately large space in the public and legal imagination.

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