Stephen Beecroft wrote:
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The good thing is that, according to Ms. Fletcher Stack and the 
accomplished Dr. Bennion, we "are an important subset of The Church of 
Jesus Christ of Latter-day  Saints". Yippee! I feel so empowered!
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I'm not convinced that Peggy would express her feelings in quite the 
same terms, but I am pleased to know that your experience with this 
article was uplifting.

One of the points of the article that caught my attention--the woman 
conducting the study calls herself a "social anthropologist".  This 
almost guarantees a certain morphology, uniquely characterized by a 
cranium that narrows acutely toward the apex.

In my recollection anthropology used to be a fairly "hard" science, but 
any more, it has become nothing more than politically correct voyeurism. 
 Far be it from such to "marginalize" any expression of diversity.  
Unless, of course, the subjects happen to be members of one of those 
nasty polygamy clans that exploits and victimizes women.

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Mij Ebaboc

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