Date: January 11, 2019 07:30PM
I think it depends on your daughter's age and maturity level. If she's roughly 12 or below, I would make the decision for her that she's not going. If she's a teen, I would let her attend, but I would also share with her the church's history of miserable treatment of women, the falsity of the truth claims of the church, etc. I would not hold anything back. Counter what she learns in YW with the facts.
Give her your own life advice. My parents constantly told me when I was growing up that they expected me to graduate from college, and to gain the credentials to support myself if I needed to. My friends in college were all given the same message, and we all graduated and have (or have had) careers that pay well.
I read feminist literature when I was in high school, and it made a huge impact on me. I pulled it off the bookshelf at home. Stack your bookshelves with books that will open the world to your daughter and improve her mind and her outlook on the world. Have books available to her on science, history, philosophy, world religions, etc. If you can't afford to buy books, borrow them from the library and leave them out -- books like Carl Sagan's "Cosmos" or Joseph Campbell's "The Power of Myth."
If she's interested, consider advocating for her to join a Girl Scout troop, or a similar organization. With the kinds of powerful, empowering activities GS and similar organizations offer, YW would seem a whole lot less attractive. When I worked at a Girl Scout camp, I used to see young teenagers skippering 40 foot sailboats. Nothing like barking out orders to your crew to improve a girl's confidence!