Videos, Articles and Stories


Mormons and Gays is an official church resource for the intersection of LGBT issues and Mormonism.

LDS Walk With You created videos for Latter-day Saint LGBT Mormons, parents and allies to voice their love for their LGBT brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. They want to give a message of comfort and support to other parents who are navigating the difficult conflicts that can arise in families around this issue.

The Family Acceptance Project features a Mormon family in their film, which highlights some of the challenges facing LGBT Mormon youth and their families and gives hope for a bright future based on scientific study and love.

Out In Zion attempts to deepen and enrich the conversation intersecting membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. The podcast features weekly discussions, interviews, and stories exploring current events and perennial topics, from varied perspectives. We approach this conversation with a commitment to two basic guidelines: to be LGBT-affirming and LDS Church-affirming at the same time. This means no LDS Church bashing and no LGBT pathologizing (characterize as unhealthy or abnormal), while still maintaining space for thoughtful analysis of both the LDS Church and the LGBT experience/culture.

It Gets Better – BYU was created by the Far Between team to show Mormon LGBT youth who may be feeling alone and afraid, that they are not alone and life can get better with hope for happiness and love in their life. It’s sponsored by USGA (Understanding Same-Gender Attraction) which is an unofficial group of Brigham Young University students, faculty, and friends who wish to strengthen families and the BYU community by providing a place for open, respectful discussions on the topic of same-gender attraction.

Voices of Hope is a repository of voices of faithful Latter-day Saints dealing with these issues, sharing their stories and their faith —why they’ve chosen to embrace the restored gospel and how they’ve found peace and resolution in that decision.