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[–] fusir 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I don't think it is at the top. While at conference this year they did talk about not associating with racism and sexism (though truely that would apply to the left). The third talk by Oaks laid it out. https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/10/the-plan-and-the-proclamation

What I would like to see more of is the not associating with groups who's teachings are contrary to the teachings of the church. It's very clear that feminism's teaching that marriage is bad and promotion of rebellion from within institutions is contrary to the teachings of the church.

I wish the church would teach that you should bring the church into the world and not the world into the church. If some of these women attempted to teach how important Jesus is to them at feminist rallies and get bood, they would see how incompatible they are. If you can't espose the values of the Proclimation among them then it's not company worth keeping. Jesus walked among sinner, but he walked among sinners that would listen to him. These women that identify as feminists in the church are litterally giving power to a group that wants to destroy the chuch.