The 96 Theses: Constructive Suggestions for Improving the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 25-36
25. The Church shows disrespect toward women by withholding the priesthood from them.
26. The Church should grant women the priesthood and the right to officiate in all the offices pertaining thereto.
27. The Church shows disrespect toward women by teaching that they should not achieve higher levels of educational attainment than their husbands.
28. The Church should not discourage women from obtaining all the education they can, regardless of the level of educational attainment achieved by their husbands.
29. The Church shows disrespect toward women by teaching that a married woman with children should not be employed outside the home.
30. The Church should acknowledge the independence and equality of women and should recognize and celebrate the diversity of choices women in the Church make with respect to their education and careers. The Church should encourage girls to do what they think is best with respect to career and family.
31. The Church shows disrespect for single adults by speaking to them as if they are children and defining them by their marital status.
32. The Church should acknowledge and apologize for the harm it has inflicted on single adults with its undue emphasis on marriage, and should recognize and celebrate the contributions of single adult members of the Church, whether they are widowed, divorced, or never married.
33. The Church shows disrespect for people of black African descent by failing to repudiate the racist doctrines used to justify and defend the policy under which black men were denied the priesthood until 1978.
34. The Church should repudiate the racism of its past leaders that led to the imposition and continuation of the priesthood ban and the Church should repudiate all scriptural interpretations or doctrinal pronouncements by past General Authorities that sought to justify or defend the Church’s racist policies.
35. The Church shows disrespect for Jews by continuing to allow temple work to be performed for Holocaust victims and by allowing the temple work for Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, and other prominent Nazis to be performed and recorded.
36. The Church should put in place controls to ensure that its agreement with Jewish leaders not to perform temple ordinances for Holocaust victims is honored and the Church should reverse any temple work done for known Nazi leaders and adopt procedures to prevent similar things from happening in the future.