How do you feel about LGBT issues? If you're a Mormon, let your voice be heard in this new survey.
Six things that Mette Harrison wishes her child's seminary teacher would do -- or stop doing -- to make the Mormon church a more hospitable place for teens.
Lewis Black recently skewered Mormonism based on a letter he received from an 18-year-old who resigned from the LDS Church. The letter is funny, but is it accurate?
The LDS Church is not perfect and never has been. The church is flawed individuals. It is us. There is no magical institution outside of ourselves, no foundation that we get the luxury of imagining we do not pour.
“When you’re raised in the church, you’re raised to sustain your leaders," says Alyssa Paquette, whose twelve-year-old stepson has just been denied priesthood ordination. “But I don’t know how we’re supposed to sustain something that tears our family apart.”
In the face of widespread criticism, the LDS Church is defending its new policy that bans children of same-sex marriage from baptism.
I thought I belonged to a church that teaches that people will be punished for their own sins, and not for the sins of others. Apparently that theology does not apply to children of same-sex marriages.
This week's Meridian article on raising children to "choose" to be heterosexual is damaging, says guest blogger Mitch Mayne. What's more, it misrepresents the LDS Church's current position on sexual orientation.
I certainly don't agree with a Utah man's hunger strike against same sex-marriage, but I'm more discouraged that he's been receiving death threats because of his views.
As mother to a gay daughter, Marie Osmond has come out as in support of same-sex marriage. "I believe in her civil rights," she told Diane Sawyer. "As a mother, I think my daughter deserves everything that she desires in life."