Digging around on the internet, looking at other LDS democrat postings, I was reminded of Mormonsandgays.org, a website created by church leadership, which, I thought had been removed following the Nov. 2015 handbook change. One of my gay LDS friends had been featured on that site, and I wondered if it was still there.
I punched in the old URL, and was immediately taken to LDS.org. I was relieved to see that it had not been removed from the internet, but assimilated into the church’s official website. Mormons and Gays has become Mormon and Gay, and church leadership has lovingly taken the site and welcomed it just as I wish we could lovingly welcome LGBT members and investigators into our congregations.
In response to my post from two days ago, I found this:
It says everything I hope families and leaders of LGBTQ members will hear regarding Savannah’s situation and others like hers.
For Savannah’s sake, and the sake of those experiencing discrimination in their wards and stakes, please share liberally.