When interviewed about her experience in the Army, Mary Jane explains that being gay and out in the army has been a positive experience...Read More
Voices United is a forum for people that are considered “minorities” to prove that they are majority. This is an open space for diverse individuals to tell their stories that connect us all. This is a platform that gives a sundry of people the opportunity to share their impactful and empowering experiences in a global forum.
I was born on December 10, 1926. Naturally, my father…wanted another boy and got me. Well, there’s lots work on a farm, and women had their work and men had their work and he felt cheated. He thought it would be fair if my mother had two girls and he had two boys. And he refused to come and look at me for about a week...Read More
My parents are very Mormon…you can’t just not be Mormon. It’s part of your culture, your own personal ideology, and you can’t just turn that off…., if I’m in a same-sex relationship, then my relationship with my children is in danger if they are exposed to Mormonism.Read More
I learned that sometimes you've got to be able to firmly put your foot down...Being assertive when you know you are right is another great attribute that any chief or future chief should have. Don't ever let who others expect you to be stop you from becoming all you can be.Read More
What happens when the grand show commences and the curtain closes and you’re left with this beautiful amazing human being, but also with the body that created this human being? I had the honor of sitting down with a few real world mothers to talk about how they felt about pregnancy and its effects on their bodies.Read More