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New Spanish Affirmation Website Goes Live!

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August 28, 2014

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César Carreón – Spanish Translation Lead

“When I searched the words “gay” and “mormon” on the Internet, I would find lots of results in english: blogs, web pages, comments, videos, etc. One of the first sites I came across was Affirmation, which I started to look at with unbelief and uncertainty. I didn’t understand how there could be a site like as this, least to say a community like this: I couldn’t be gay and mormon at the same time, how could anybody be? As time went by I realized this group led me to the answers I was looking for, but I couldn’t share them for one single problem: the language. I did understand English, but with every post I read, I thought of my gay and lesbian LDS friends who wouldn’t understand. I always wanted to find these resources in my own language and now here they are! Affirmation has been a great help for me, and I believe it will be a big blessing for thousands of people to be able to read this website in spanish.

César Carreón

Spanish Translation Lead



We welcome you to the new Spanish Affirmation page: This website can be the beginning of a new perspective for your life, or your family and friends’. We are constantly improving ourselves and we hope you can find the answers you are looking for.

We started the task of translating this page some months ago, until it became what you can see now. We invite you to explore this website and to ponder on what you read:

We send you our greetings, hoping that you will feel part of this big family. And remember, you are not alone.

Sin títuloAffirmation – LGBT Mormons, Families and Friends

Leadership Team – Mexico

1 Comment

  1. Jerry Johnson on September 28, 2014 at 4:04 PM

    I’m so happy that Affirmation came into my life and is in the lives of my brothers and sisters throughout Hispanoamerica. This connection will bring us all closer together and let us feel our Heavenly Father’s love for all of us. Thank you. Jerry Johnson

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