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But let’s get real, folks. The pants-wearing gesture is not designed only to show support to those who feel marginalized in the Church or to demonstrate one’s agreement with equal pay. Were that the case, it could have been anything from just wearing purple, to encouraging people to go up and honestly bear testimony about their difficult experiences in the Church and how that has helped them grow closer to their Savior and reach out to others. But, no, the pants thing was specifically chosen in order to irritate people, to “shake them up.” I just don’t find that tactic very useful for the stated purpose, or for healing
That’s the screwiest thing that’s been written about the movement yet.
First of all: equal pay? No one was demonstrating for equal pay. We don’t get paid in church. This is about church issues. Not equal pay. If you want to talk about equal pay you don’t do it in church, you do it at the NYSE or on the steps of the capitol. I can’t believe she even said that.
Second: I think she is waaay over dramatizing others’ motives and the effect of wearing pants. Why should it irritate people or shake them up for women to wear pants. Some women already wear pants without any fuss being made, so why would these women wearing pants be so irritating and shake people up? That’s just a swing and a miss on her part, that whole paragraph.]]>
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Of the people I spoke to who participated in the pants movement, none were bloggers and none were actually in favor of women wearing pants to church. They simply wanted to support the idea of more equality for women.
I think the movement was just wearing pants to show solidarity that one day. It isn’t an ongoing thing. So if you see a woman in pants at church, it’s most likely that they know nothing about the movement and just like wearing pants.
I wore a purple tie on the pants-wearing sunday, not because I like purple. Just to show solidarity. I may never wear that tie again, but I was glad to participate in the movement.]]>