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I say that they are wrong. I can think of no better place than where we pledge to act as Christ toward the disenfranchised to make a statement of acceptance and invitation.
I say wearing pants might be a simple gesture, but its inclusive purpose is certainly not juvenile nor is it silly.
And I hope that I will see Phyllis again so I can apologize for not truly bearing her burdens alongside her.
In unity. In sisterhood. In pants.
Doree Ashcraft is a Logan mother of three grown children and a life-long and active Mormon, currently serving as young women’s president over a 15-stake LDS mutual program for special-needs adults.
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