The ruling does not make polygamy — being married to multiple people — legal, but it does end the ban on what U.S. District Court Judge Clark Waddoups referred to as “religious cohabitation.” The case was brought by the Browns, whose story has been shared on TLC’s Sister Wives.
Someone needs to review the law book and make some changes.
Willie Jessop is Jeffs’ former bodyguard turned crusader against the church. So, what exactly is he doing by buying this compound?
They may not think the same, but they kinda look the same. Right?
Hot tip: FLDS stands for the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and they’re currently led by Warren Jeffs. Did I mention Warren’s in prison?
They say there’s someone out there for everyone. That may or may not be true, but this Valentine’s Day, there’s definitely a dating site or two for you.
Find out if you’re first, second, third or fourth wife material!
The presidential candidates’ many great-grandmothers are the talk of the compound. “Why did [Romney] have to be so strong against it?”
Because Mormons who shouldn’t be drinking it anyway might get offended. Yet it’s made and still for sale in Utah.
North Carolina State Rep. Alma Adams predicts Romney will struggle with social conservatives because Mormons “can have multiple wives.” The second Democrat in past month to bring up the defunct Mormon practice.
Good for wives one through three!
“Experience a day in the FLDS life with former FLDS members who were born and raised in the Creek. Stories of growing up in this unique religion, a picnic set in the beautiful Vermillion Cliffs of southern Utah and northern Arizona, and intimate views of markets, parks and cemeteries, frame the previously closed community with detail and respect.” Sign me up! I’d love to see something like this in real life.
Pay ironic tribute to the hairstyle favored by many a Horse Lady, Indian Chief, and Sister Wife. Or just go balls out and move to the Yearning For Zion Ranch. Those shapeless, floor-length denim bodysuits are just calling your name, ladies!
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The Yearn for Zion Ranch polygamists raided in San Angelo, Texas have moved to San Antonio, and by the looks of this photo retrospective in The New York Times, the gang isn’t letting court orders get in the way of some crazy awesome fun. Between piggyback rides, a trampoline, and frequent naps, it looks like getting off the compound was the best thing that ever happened to these ladies. Now adjust that bonnet and button up that prairie dress - it’s time to PARTY!
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Chloe Sevigny’s character Nicki wears frilly, pastel-colored frocks on the show Big Love. She manages to make even dowdy mormonwear look kind of edgy. Does this mean it’s okay to wear your Easter dress year-round?
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