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Voices In Harmony: Contemporary Women Celebrate Plural Marriage

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This book is a unique collection of original essays written by 95 contemporary plural wives and 5 other women who are supportive of plural marriage. Also included is a chapter presenting historical, legal and doctrinal overviews of Latter-day Saint plural marriage, as well as a chapter on why women choose this religious lifestyle. The last chapter records and analyzes the ...more
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LeGrand
Aug 07, 2007 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: people interested in polygamy.
this book contains autobiographical essays on why each woman has either chosen to live in a polygamous relationship or why they like polygamy. the voices/experiences in this book range from white supremacist and spooky to articulate, intelligent, spiritual and beautiful.. and everything in between. prior to reading this book, I clearly had a preconceived notion of who polygamous people were. This book really helped me understand that this community is in some ways just as diverse as many other c ...more
Adrianna Costello
Aug 09, 2007 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Mormons & Others interested
Shelves: lds
Compilation of experiences written by various polygamous women. Some of these women can write, others definitely cannot! All of the women validate and support polygamy. I found it disturbing that they claim to have made a choice, but it was obvious their prior "brainwashing" led them to that "choice!"
Chris Webber
Jul 03, 2009 rated it liked it
Weird! And freaky! And weird! I feel like I should put warning notices on all of the mormon polygamy books I have ever read. But this one takes the cake. It is an absolute time warp back into the early days of the church. Modern polygamy, with nearly identical "testimonies" from the women.
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