BYU’s Gay Mormon Panel a Huge Success, Overflow Crowds Turned Away

This is so interesting coming from a religion where homosexuality is not acceptable. I think we can all learn how to love and have compassion.

Joseph Trevor Antley

 

On Wednesday night at Brigham Young University, a panel of three self-identified homosexual students and one bisexual student talked openly regarding their struggles with their sexuality and how they have coped with their same-gender attraction along with their Mormon faith. All four students were attending BYU and had committed to living Church standards and the BYU Honor Code.

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One thought on “BYU’s Gay Mormon Panel a Huge Success, Overflow Crowds Turned Away

  1. I agree; loving and having compassion are Christlike attributes, even though we believe that living a GBL lifestyle is a sin. We can show love and compassion ESPECIALLY for those we know that are gay, lesbian, or bisexual that are choosing not to live the lifestyle, and are choosing to follow the gospel. I truly cannot imagine how hard that must be.

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