The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is far from perfect on LGBTQ issues, writes Casey Pick, but change is happening.
The Latter-Day Saints still don't care about LGBTQ people, they're just trying to reverse their dwindling membership, writes Craig Mangum.
Announcing the end of “the exclusion policy” is a positive step. However, the damage the church has wreaked means it’s all too little, too late
While the church remains anti-LGBTQ in many ways, it will no longer deny baptism to most children of same-sex couples.
Charlie Bird, who won widespread popularity as Cosmo the Cougar, is now working for change in the Mormon Church.
David Matheson co-wrote the "Journey Into Manhood" program, but now says he wants to date men. He still has love for "conversion therapy" though.
The singer, actress, and LGBTQ ally has been criticized for agreeing to perform at the homophobic church's Tabernacle.