Mexico Conference to feature LGBT Mormons, Allies
by Hugo Salinas
A diverse group of speakers is scheduled to participate in the conference for LGBT Mormons, their families and friends to be held in Mexico City February 7-9. Speakers will include LGBT Mexican nationals, a Spanish-speaking mother who supports her gay son, Affirmation leaders, and other LGBT Mormons who will travel from the U.S.
Pilar Fish, an LDS mother who is originally from Spain but lives in Nevada, will attend the conference with her gay son Jordan. Kendall Wilcox, who learned Spanish as a missionary in Barcelona, will discuss some of his LGBT-supportive projects, including the upcoming film Far Between.
The conference will include plenty of opportunities to share experiences, see the city, and make new friendships. Sunday morning will include a devotional/testimony meeting.
For more information and registration, please
or contact Randall Thacker.