The Neon Trees singer takes the Mormon Church to task.
Salt Lake City showed its rainbow colors this weekend at the 41st anniversary of Pride in Utah.
Will LDS members continue to open their purses and wallets to stop marriage equality?
Find out how the capital of one of the reddest states in the nation made history by publicly honoring a gay rights legend — all in the shadow of the antigay Mormon Church.
Here in its entirety is what MTV dared not show you: the whole, moving speech Christopher Ammon gave after taking part in a mass resignation from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
In his first solo endeavor, Glenn sings out against the strict rules that govern Mormons in daily life.
When the repressive, antigay policies of the Mormon church were leaked to the media, rates of LGBT teen homelessness and suicide skyrocketed.