ECS wrote about this article over at FMH ; I’d like to take a different perspective on it–I want to tell you what I liked about it. 
(1) First and most importantly, the article makes very clear that the LDS Church does not believe that wives should submit to their husbands.
(2) They explore how unexamined assumptions from one’s upbringing can affect thinking as an adult.
(3) They point to the errors of “traditionalists” (who want women to be dependent on men) and “liberationists” (who want women to be independent of men) and call for marital interdependence.
(4) They cite Elaine Pagels’ Adam, Eve, and the Serpent in the footnotes.
(5) They really try to grapple with scriptural texts; although I don’t entirely agree with their parsing of “meet” or “ruler,” I give them high marks for trying.
(6) They quote the President Kimball quote that should be the final nail in the coffin for the ever-pervasive folk doctrines surrounding the meaning of “presiding”:
No woman has been asked by the Church authorities to follow her husband into an evil pit. She is to follow him [only] as he follows and obeys the Savior of the world, but in deciding [whether he is obeying Christ], she should always be sure she is fair.
(7) Elder Maxwell’s line about the error in the Church that the men have been the theologians while the women have been the Christians is a good one and well worth repeating. The story about Elder Maxwell graciously submitting to his wife is a nice touch, too.
 What’s up with her getting the Ensign at least four days before me? And it still isn’t online.
 Like ECS, the “women are naturally more spiritual than men” position–which is included in this article–has never seemed true to me. But I grant that it may just be me–maybe normal women are more spiritual than normal men and I’m hanging out on the tip of the bell curve.