MOHO Resources

USGA is an unofficial group of Brigham Young University students, faculty and guests who wish to strengthen families and the BYU community by providing a place for open, respectful discussions on the topic of same-gender attraction.

I'll Walk With You 
These videos were created for Latter-day Saint parents and allies to voice their love for their LGBT brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. They want to give a message of comfort and support to other parents who are navigating the difficult conflicts that can arise in families around this issue.

Voices of Love  
Voices of Love is committed to helping LGBTQ couples that are or were Mormon share their stories, so that gay LDS youth can see how these couples found their happily ever after's while staying true to how God made them.

The mission of the Gay Mormon Forum is to shed positive light on the dialogue which is currently taking place in the LDS community on the topic of homosexuality, while fostering Christ-like approaches which encourage and affirm both the spirituality and wholeness of all human beings. This is not a place for making judgments on anyone: not on Church leaders, not on gay couples whose relationships may be unapproved by the Church, and not on those who maintain their commitment to the Church by following a path of celibacy or mixed-orientation marriage.

Mormons Building Bridges is dedicated to conveying love and acceptance to LGBTQI/SSA individuals. We support all our brothers and sisters – those who identify as LGBTQI and those who identify as same-sex attracted – and work to make them feel welcome in our homes and congregations.

Our membership consists of individuals at different places in the coming-out process, as well as families, friends and allies. Our mission is to provide a safe space where LGBT individuals, as well as those questioning their orientation, can associate with like individuals, ask questions, and know that they are not alone. We help LGBTQ people reconcile with their spirituality within the context of a common Mormon background.

Far Between 
Our mission is to improve the conversation surrounding homosexuality and Mormonism. We hope to do so by providing first-person accounts of what it’s like to be homosexual and Mormon, tips and tools for how to sustain generative conversations within ourselves, with our loved ones, and in our communities, about how to navigate the tension brought on by the lived experiences of homosexuality and membership in the LDS Church. It is our hope that as we commit to holding space for people’s opinions, beliefs, and life experiences that may differ from our own and put empathy first, we will create safety and peace for all who choose to engage in these important conversations and, in turn, heal hearts, homes, and communities.

Gay Mormon Stories 
The goal of the Gay Mormon Stories podcast is to create a space where LGBTQ or SSA individuals and their families and allies can acknowledge, explore and honor shared experiences. No issues strike more deeply than who we love and how we understand and honor God. These issues carry an especially profound weight in Mormon communities and have been the source of a great deal of misunderstanding, judgment and hurt. Consequently, gay Mormons are deeply divided over how to address same-sex attraction and negotiate the choices they face.

Mormons and Gays 
This website is a collection of conversations; conversations with Church leaders, conversations with Church members who are attracted to people of the same sex, and conversations with the loved ones of gay spouses, children, or grandchildren who are dealing with the effects of same-sex attraction in their own lives. These conversations are not always easy to have. They deal with love and acceptance, sin and morality, aspirations and despair. Those who speak from the heart on this website do not necessarily represent in every word or detail the policies or positions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but all of them speak with authenticity because they reflect what has happened in their own lives and the experiences of those they love. The Church leaders featured here reflect the sentiments and teachings of the highest Church authorities — the First Presidency and the Quorum of Twelve Apostles.

Under the umbrella of North Star International, a non-profit educational organization, this initiative's purpose is to provide a vehicle for those individuals who not only have found answers in the gospel of Jesus Christ to address the role of same-sex attraction in their lives but to share their stories of process, strategy, setbacks, joys, struggles and triumphs as a means to help others along their own journey toward a similar outcome and the banner of their true identities as children of our Heavenly Father.

The mission of North Star is to provide a place of community for Latter-day Saints who experience homosexual attraction or gender identity incongruence, as well as their family, friends, and ecclesiastical leaders. North Star serves those who desire the spiritual and social support that strengthens faith, builds character, and empowers men and women to live in joy and harmony within their covenants, values, and beliefs as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

LDS Family Fellowship 
Supporting LGBTQ Individuals, their families and friends. LDS Family Fellowship is a support organization, engaged in strengthening relationships between LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) individuals, their families and friends.
We believe that LGBTQ individuals are great blessings to their families, communities and society at large. We strive to become more understanding and appreciative of each other and seek to put behind us all attitudes that are anti-family, threaten loving relationships or drive family members apart.

This website was designed by LDS parents and professionals who are aware that when you first learn you have a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender (LGBT) child and need some very focused information, instead you are confronted with hundreds of pages of reading material, many hours of video recordings, and several websites, all representing a very wide range of perspectives and experiences. It can be just too much. What you need is one simple, clear place to start.

Circling the Wagons 
Circling the Wagons conferences are safe places for LGBTQ/SSA Mormons and their families, friends, ward members and allies to meet together to express themselves authentically and share their personal stories.

If you have a MOHO (gay Mormon) site to add to our list, please e-mail me and we can link up!

MOHO Blogs — Gay Mormon Blogs