Why Do Women Fight Against Their Own Interests?

This presentation considers why, along with other underprivileged groups, Mormon women so often fight against their own interests. The answer emerges from sociological theory, which explains that society ends up shaping the very thoughts in our minds so that the world as it is seems natural and normal, the end result being that many of us accept it without question. in particular, the belief That God wants inequality strengthens adherence to inequality.

Georgia Platts