In our home we grew up thinking we were Mormons first and human beings second.
I’m one of the few people in this world who can do anything I choose. I can’t tell you how good I’m feeling.
The mid-life crisis hits men harder than women.
Women have to risk civil disobedience for their rights.
I still feel Mormon. Those men in Salt Lake City can’t decide who’s Mormon and who isn’t.
Obviously, the anti-ERA people are tickled about my ordeal because it proves that the ERA breaks up families. When they point out that feminism is a dangerous thing, I just say marriage is pretty precarious too.
We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference, and that a small group of determined people can change the course of history.
A friend said to me, ‘Be glad for your troubles – they strengthen you.’ Well, if that’s the truth, I’m going to be so strong they’ll have to beat me to death!
I liked the name of the amendment. I couldn’t help feeling uneasy that the church was opposing something with a name as beautiful as the Equal Rights Amendment.