In this week’s Polygon magazine, we look at some good news for LGBT Mormons.
The LDS Church is one of the most visible LGBT groups in the United States.
The church’s official website boasts a LGBT-friendly motto, and it’s known for welcoming and supporting LGBT people of faith.
It also hosts events that promote tolerance and equality.
But while the church’s stances on homosexuality are generally positive, there are a few things it does not necessarily agree with.
This is where you come in.
Polygon asked LGBT Mormons for their thoughts on the church, and some of the responses have been fascinating.
Polygons story “I think the Mormon church has some very positive aspects,” said Brandon Mckenzie, who was ordained as a bishop in 2015.
I think it’s an important part of the church and I’m excited about the church.” “
I feel like they’re kind of open to people of all genders and orientations.
I think it’s an important part of the church and I’m excited about the church.”
The church also hosts several events that help LGBT people navigate church life, from retreats to workshops.
“It’s great for them to be able to share that experience and be able connect with people and be more accepting,” Mckenzies friend, Toni Wilson, told Polygon.
“The LDS church has a lot of support in the LGBT community.
The leadership is very supportive of LGBT people.”
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also has some positive things to say about LGBT Mormons, including its support for “traditional marriage.”
“Mormons are a religious community of people of the same gender, who live together in the same home,” said LDS spokesperson Ryan Knuth.
“Mormon doctrine does not prohibit the practice of same-sex marriage, but the practice is not encouraged by the church.”
If a gay Mormon were to want to marry, they would be welcomed with open arms.
One thing that has been hard for some LGBT Mormons is that they’re often misunderstood and not considered as religious. “
In fact, it is encouraged by church leadership to welcome all of our LGBT members to our church and to encourage all members to be more open-minded and welcoming toward everyone.”
One thing that has been hard for some LGBT Mormons is that they’re often misunderstood and not considered as religious.
“Some people think that we’re all a bunch of weirdos, because we don’t have the same beliefs as everybody else,” said Logan Breslow, who grew up in the church in his native Utah.
“That’s not the case at all.”
The LDS church’s support for LGBT rights has led some LGBT people to consider leaving the church entirely.
“My life was changed when I left the church because I wasn’t happy with it,” said Breslo.
“Now, I feel like I’m a good person and I love my family.
Breslows support for the church is what has led him to become a Mormon. “
And I would still be an active member of the LDS church if I weren’t a Mormon,” he added.
Breslows support for the church is what has led him to become a Mormon.
“When I got into the church I was more or less just there to serve God,” Bresline said.
“But I’m also a loving, kind person.
So the LDS faith has helped my life change a lot.”
Bresold said he wants to be an LGBT advocate, even if it means staying in the closet.
“For me, it’s not a choice,” he said.
Bregold is currently working on his first book and hopes to write a memoir after he’s finished with it.
“Hopefully I’ll be able write a book about my experiences as an LGBT Mormon,” Bregolds stated.
“There’s not much I can say about it other than that it’s awesome.”