Wednesday, our guest is blogger and columnist Neylan McBaine. As Mormon feminists made headlines in a quest to gain access to the all-male priesthood, media including RadioWest turned to McBaine as a voice for moderate and faithful LDS women. Now, she’s written a book that explores ways to improve the role of women while respecting the structure of the Church. As one blogger put it, it’s left McBaine “taking crap from all sides.” We’ll ask how she answers critics who say change is unnecessary and those who argue her ideas don’t go far enough.
Neylan McBaine is editor-in-chief of The Mormon Women Project, an on-line library of interviews with LDS women from around the world. Her book is called Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women's Local Impact [Indiebound|Amazon]