Gender Equality

Light the Whole Sky

I made a glass-ceiling dessert. It was a lemon bar with the filling dyed ocean blue. On top I added a thin layer of sugar glaze so it would look cracked when you tapped it. I baked it the night…

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A Letter to My Daughter on Her Body

I’m not sure how to talk about this. But I’m scared for you, my daughter. You have such a bubbly, sweet, and fiery soul, and this makes me afraid that the world is going to tell you to stop listening…

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Top Articles on Gender Equality

In March, the majority of our posts focused on gender equality, feminism, and women’s bodies. You can see all the articles here, but below are the five most read.   1. The Struggle of Half the Church by Briana Meade “Those…

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The Monster

“‘Hateful day when I received life!’ I exclaimed in agony. ‘Cursed creator! Why did you form a monster so hideous that even you turned from me in disgust? God in pity made man beautiful and alluring, after [God’s] own image;…

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Championing Women’s Rights Starts at Home

The fight for women’s rights has been going on for decades. Women have marched, protested, and demanded to be treated as equals. I am thankful for these strong women speaking up. It’s because of them that I have the right…

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A Woman’s Place: Interview with Katelyn Beaty

I’ve appreciated Katelyn Beaty’s work for years, as a woman, and perhaps especially as a fellow single woman (although I think that her writing is important far beyond that demographic). Her book A Woman’s Place: A Christian Vision for Your…

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My Unexpected Journey to Fight Gendercide

Water laps against my ears, and I hear the sound of my breath and the gentle thump of my heart with rushing blood that keeps me alive. This sanctuary calms my troubled soul. Water is my comfort, and the bathtub…

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My Biology is No Accident

She stands at the front of the church and raises her arms in greeting. “The Lord be with you,” she says. We reply, “And also with you.”   My pastor is not tall, about five foot three, give or take—just…

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The Hidden Conditions of Heroism

When I first saw the film Hidden Figures advertised, I determined to take my sixteen-year-old daughter to see it. As the white father of a biracial daughter (a father who remembers the days of the “Math is hard” Barbie), it…

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The God Who Sees Women

I still remember the faint whispers—the hushed conversations carried from church pews into my hardened heart. About a God I wanted no affiliation with because this God, from my perspective, did not value women. The stories of pastors who told…

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