In Latter Day Glory, Gay Mormons Confront Oppression
In 'Latter Day Glory,' Gay Mormons Confront Oppression
Watch an exclusive clip of the new documentary, in which two former Mormon missionaries come to terms with their lives.
A new documentary follows two gay ex-Mormon missionaries as they travel across the United States to confront their past and explore their future while discussing their life experiences, their struggles, and their eventual reconciliation with themselves and their lives. In a variety of locations, they talk with other gay Mormons -- including Neon Trees front man Tyler Glenn and Utah State Sen. Jim Dabakis -- about rejection, oppression, and excommunication by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and try to come to grips with the reality of a growing number of LGBTQ suicides within the LDS community.
The film is currently playing in festivals. Find more information here.