Sites providing information and resources on homosexuality in the LDS Church

(Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement by Far Between. This list is meant only to inform readers of the types of websites available to members of the LDS Church.  The challenge of sorting through support groups and their respective methodologies and ideologies is part of the experience of being homosexual and Mormon today.)

 

Mormons and Gays is a collection of conversations; conversations with Church leaders, conversations with Church members who are attracted to people of the same sex, and conversations with the loved ones of gay spouses, children, or grandchildren who are dealing with the effects of same-sex attraction in their own lives.

Family Acceptance Project works to decrease suicide, substance abuse, HIV and homelessness for gay and lesbian youth. They use a research based model to help, families decrease rejection and increase support for their children. The link above takes you to the booklet they created to help LDS families specifically.

LDS Resources provides basic information about homosexuality within the LDS church and community based on the current doctrine and policies of the Church.

Understanding LDS Homosexuality provides information to increase understanding about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered experiences within the LDS Church.

Same-Sex Attraction provides help for those who struggle with unwanted same-sex attraction.

Foundation for Attraction Research Foundation for Attraction Research was founded for the purpose of developing resources and conducting research supportive of traditional Judeo-Christian standards of morality.

LDS Reconciliation affirms the spirituality of Gays and Lesbians and seeks to provide a safe haven for individuals with a Latter-day Saint background to discuss the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Gays and Mormons is a resource for LDS families, created by LDS parents and professionals. It is not an official Church site.

I’ll Walk With You  is a video series for Latter-day Saint parents and allies to voice their love for their LGBT brothers and sisters, sons and daughters.

Voices of Hope a video series featuring individuals who not only have found answers in the gospel of Jesus Christ to address the role of same-sex attraction in their lives