Josh Morris was raised in a very small, rural Utah community. Living as a closeted gay teen, in a predominately Mormon town leaves a lot to be desired. The community isn’t rich with diversity or opportunity when it comes to understanding your sexuality. In this episode Josh candidly shares his story. He opens up about the good, the bad, the mistakes, and eventually–the successes.

How do you come out (and thrive) to your Mormon family, who believes in religious and organizational fundamentalism?

#LatterGayStories #EphraimUtah #Fundementalism #Mormon

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  1. Brian (reply)

    September 2, 2022 at 1:58 pm

    This was a great episode. I didn’t come out until later in life when I was 53. That decision led to me being kicked out of the church and I was on the path to becoming a pastor in the church. Not the Mormon church. A life changing event led me to re-evaluate my life and I came out. Since my life has totally changed. I have a partner. We have been together for over 3 years. This episode confirmed and reaffirmed my decision to come out.

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