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Court decisions this week paving the way for same-sex marriage to become legal in dozens of states, including Mormon strongholds like Utah, Idaho and Nevada,
A Mormon man well-known for advocating for gay rights and questioning some church policies said no immediate decision was made Sunday by a Utah church leader considering whether he’ll be excommunicated.
The decision by the Mormon church to excommunicate the founder of a prominent women’s group marks a stern statement at a time when the church is under pressure to recognize gay rights and allow women into the priesthood.
The Salt Lake City Council is decrying the rejection of a Mormon LGBT group’s proposed float in Utah’s most popular parade, but it won’t pull out of the event.
Organizers of Utah’s biggest parade have turned down a float proposal from a Mormon faith-related LGBT group, citing too much potential for controversy.
When Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees announced last month that he’s gay, the bigger headline behind his revelation was that he is one of the few publicly out Mormons.
As a junior at Brigham Young University, John Gustav-Wrathall was struggling with his sexuality, he was suicidal, and devastated over the idea of leaving behind the Mormon church that had been his entire life.
Leaders of a national atheist group say the best spot to find a nonbeliever is in a place of faith.
A Mormon leader is reiterating the church’s opposition to gay marriage. Neil L. Andersen of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Quorum of the Twelve that changing definitions of marriage by governments doesn’t change the Lord’s guidance.
An ultra conservative Mormon grandmother blogger has set her sights on Disney’s 3D animated film "Frozen," saying this week that the critically acclaimed and commercially successful kid’s flick has a "gay agenda to normalize homosexuality."
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