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LGBTQ comic treasure Leslie Jordan talks about life, religion, the pandemic, and the perils of his very Southern accent.
Dr. Allen Bergin said that his views had changed after a 'painful education' from his gay sons
When Matt Easton came out during his speech at "LGBTQ-unfriendly" BYU, he became a catalyst for change
Utah County Commissioner Nathan Ivie said he came out to let young people struggling with their sexuality know that life is worth living
Gov. Gary Herbert slammed the ineffective practice ahead of a vote that would ban conversion therapy in the state
Charlie Bird says love and support he received when coming out "allowed me to feel more fully the love of God"
Matheson came out as gay last month, but at the time refused to apologize for the harm his work had caused to LGBTQ people
However, Matheson refuses to denounce conversion therapy or apologize for his past work
Hatch: "Protecting religious liberty and preserving the rights of LGBTQ individuals are not mutually exclusive"
The "historic" donation will help provide suicide prevention training
Provo's fourth of July festival rejected every LGBTQ group that applied, saying they didn't fit the "parade guidelines"
The documentary features Dan Reynolds questioning the Mormon Church's treatment of LGBTQ youth
Fred Karger is challenging the church after it described LGBTQ people as "apostates"
Jackie Biskupski has made history in Salt Lake City as its first lesbian mayor
Utah to become latest state to protect LGBT people from discrimination in employment and housing