Posted October 1, 2015 by EMILIE STILES – Kimberly Anderson presented her yearlong work, “The Mama Dragon Story Project,” at Writ & Vision, a bookstore in downtown Provo on Tuesday, Sept. 29. The project contains photos and essays written by women who refer to themselves as “Mama Dragons.”
Posted September 28, 2016 – Last night on KRCL RadioActive they talk with every day rebels Jill Rose of the Mama Dragons and Troy Williams, Director or Equality Utah. You can hear Jill talk about being a Mama Dragon at minute 8!!
First Published Jul 02 2016 03:00PM by Kimberly Anderson – The time for talk is over. The time for action is here. Individuals will react in various ways, but hopefully their reactions will result in awareness, visibility, outreach, community-building and unconditional love for their queer children and extended LGBTQIA community.I condemn in the strongest possible language the environment and culture that is leading to self-loathing, self-hate guilt and shame. The culture that these children are saturated in has led tragically to more than just the suicides this week. The history of Utah and the legacy of the LDS Church is splattered with the blood of dead queer youth and adult members.