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Some representative views expressed in social media are reprinted here.While the absence of stories from those who have left the Church—who comprise the vast majority of LGBTQ Mormons—is conspicuous and unfortunate, we welcome the positive development of an improved website, expansion of resources, and emphasis on exercising love through family acceptance, outreach, and listening.

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We hope this resource will more deeply foster awareness and meaningful conversation.

More than 75 countries have outlawed homosexuality and at least five countries have laws that allow homosexual acts to be punished by death.

I’ve never met a man who could handle sex once a day (every day) after the first flush of lust. I spent a long time wondering what was wrong with me (or wrong with my relationships) before I accepted that I just have a very high libido. And there’s a certain freedom in knowing that no matter what, I won’t be having as much sex as I’d like.

It means I don’t have to pick my partners based on their libidos.

Soraya Hoggarth came to Canada on a tourist visa in an effort to temporarily escape the stress of hiding her sexuality from her loved ones – something that the Jamaican native, a lesbian, has been doing her whole life considering the country’s hostility towards its LGBTQ community.

She is seen here at a women’s shelter in Toronto, where she spent several months after having difficulty renting an apartment.Abdulah Aziz Ssali fled Uganda to Canada three days after he was imprisoned and tortured by local police. Being gay in Uganda is a criminal offence and same-sex acts are punishable with life imprisonment. Aziz Ssali tried claiming refugee status but was rejected.Shortly after the “negative” decision, a Ugandan tabloid newspaper published a list of the country’s homosexuals that included his name.After a successful "match" and quick exchange of e-mails, I asked Theresa to a local concert.The Affirmation 2017 Pre-Conference Fireside was held at the Post Theater on Friday, March 31, at p.m. Talks were given by Wendall Hair, Ann Pack and John Bonner, Mark Packer was chorister and Chad Millar provided a musical performance from “Elijah.” The theme of the evening was “Healing.” I felt like I could go one of two ways with my newly accepted sexuality: either I could silence myself at church when I was with my fiancee (not show her affection, not speak about our relationship) or I could leave the church entirely.Gay rights laws in America have evolved to allow — but in some cases ban — rights for gay, lesbian and transgender people on a range of issues, including marriage, hospital visitation, adoption, housing, employment and school bullying.

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