Hi, I’m Nick

I am Nick Baker— I have lived a typical, “wonderful” and “blessed” Utah life. I am gay. Growing up in Bountiful, Utah I checked the boxes: priesthood advancement, callings, and a mission. Friends, status, and education. In a culture where … Read the rest here

Hi, I am Jacob

Recently, I wrote about my struggles as a gay man in the Church. There, like everywhere, my LGBTQ friends and I have received numerous pieces of repetitive advice.

Until we consider the real implications of our statements, actions, and policies, … Read the rest here

Hi, I’m Blake

My name is Blake Wheeler and I have been mostly closeted until just recently. I was born and raised in the LDS Church. I Served a full-time mission in Florida and shortly upon me return got married to a beautiful, … Read the rest here

Hi, I’m Christian

Hi! My name is Christian Toelupe (Toy-Loop-“A”). I’m half Samoan and half Caucasian. I was born and raised in Utah. I’m the oldest of 4 boys – 2 queens, and 2 straights. I was raised in Payson, graduated from High … Read the rest here

Hi, I’m Kay

My name is Kay and I am 50 years old. I live in Arizona. I am a wife, mother, and grandmother. I have adopted, guardianshiped, and fostered 27 children who are the most beautiful, amazing people and have 9 grandchildren. … Read the rest here

Hi, I’m Carol

My name is Carol Hall Moody, I’ve been a member of the LDS Church all my life & married my sweetheart John C. Moody in the LA Temple…we have been married for almost 48 years in January. We were blessed … Read the rest here

Hi, I’m Alec

“Coming Out” how did these two words put together become so scary, powerful, joyful, emotional and necessary for those that are different in the eyes of the world. Sometimes people experience these two words before they are ready by someone … Read the rest here

Hi, I’m Tyler

My name is Tyler Domgaard, I am an out and proud gay man living in Utah County, studying Social Work at UVU, and I have a passion for working with marginalized youth. Professionally, I work with our amazing queer youth … Read the rest here