My wife and I left the church nearly four years ago. We married young, w/o prior sexual experience and suffered a lot of frustration because of it. Among other things, my wife's repression of her sexuality as she attempted to follow church teachings led to her never really understanding her own sexual identity. I understood mine at least a little better, but certainly didn't accept it.
One of the things she has realized is that she has never felt particularly attracted to men, but very much attracted to women. This led to some anxiety and concern in our relationship, but we have been working through this together.
Yesterday we posted an AMA thread (Ask Me Anything) on reddit.com explaining the situation and inviting discussion. We received a lot more (and better) feedback than I initially expected, so I am posting a link here
for anyone who is interested in this subject. You don't have to sign up or sign in to read the thread, only to upvote/downvote or post comments of your own. Some of the best comments are nested several levels under some remarks that don't seem serious, but that we answered seriously because they helped us reflect intelligently on interesting or significant factors.
The conversation on reddit definitely expanded my thinking and helped tremendously. If anyone here is in similar circumstances and could use the help, or has anything to offer by way of comment, or is simply curious, I invite you to check out an intelligent conversation by a remarkable community.