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Like doctors and pilots, I didn’t make up the principles that govern LGBTQ mental health — we have merely discovered them and now use them daily to safeguard lives. I pray with my feet every day that Latter-day Saints will come to fully understand these discoveries too. We are all part of one body in Christ. May we see that each part however different is equally needed by us.
I am a gay, pioneer veteran that respects my Mormon beliefs but I take it from the pure love of Christ, not from what someone says from a pulpit. It is our actions that state who we are, not our words.
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It can take as much or even more courage to seek help for depression, anxiety, or trauma as it does to come out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer. There is help though, and Rich Keys encourages anyone to seek it by sharing his own struggles and successes.
Experiences surrounding the Affirmation Colombia conference remind us of the important role that Affirmation plays in providing a place and support for LGBTQ people navigating their faith and traditions in Latin America and around the world.
Affirmation’s mission is to provide a community of support for LGBTQ Mormons, their families, and their friends, wherever they may be. It’s the community that is important. Critical to this community are members of Affirmation.
Keeping Your Child Healthy and Happy Before you read anything else, you need to know about the real dangers gay teens/young adults face, including suicide, drug use, and diseases. You…
Introduction Whether you are a parent of a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer child who has recently come out or you are looking for information, resources, and support for…
Affirmation President Nathan Kitchen and Senior Vice president Laurie Lee Hall discuss with Mormon Mental Health Podcast host Natasha Helfer Parker the impact of the reversal of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Day Saint’s November 2015 policy on gay families in the church on the LGBTQ Mormon community.