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In my reading for the latest Sunday in Outer Blogness, I came across an interesting article about the differences between gay marriage and polygamy. It’s interesting because of the stuff the author gets right: Here’s the problem with it:… See More
First of all, please take the time to congratulate the winners of the Brodie Awards 2015 — and collect your prize if you won! 😀 (Of course now that it’s too late, I’ve just learned about some other books that might have been… See More
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The good news is that Main Street Plaza is up and running on the new server! The current look-and-feel is temporary. I still have all of the old user-interface files, but I’ve been dragging them along from one server to the next since this… See More
The votes are in, and here’s the list of talented people and impressive works that won the coveted Brodie Awards this year!! Year-Long Awards for overall quality: Best New Blog 2015: Zelph on the Shelf Best New Podcast 2015: Naked Mormonism… See More
Hi folks,Just announcing the publication of my book The Gate and the Garden: The Apostate Journals of a Gay Mormon Missionary in Japan.Available in both paperback and kindle versions across all Amazon international sites.In the UK: …See More
A spike in suicide attempts and completions that had been widely talked about in closed Facebook groups became public this month. A Mormon mom revealed that she had personally known of 32 Mormon LGBT youth age 14-20 who had died by suicide,…
Thanks for having the consideration for my soul to make your way to my page. But before you criticize or condemn me, I'd like you to consider the following: Would you think yourself a "negative" or "bitter" person if…
I have had a mind many times over the years to write many of you individually but each time found that revisiting my past was too painful. It has been twelve years since I have stepped foot in a LDS church. During this time I have met others who…