Rainbow Mormon: 010: Thank You Commissioner Ivie

Coming out is hard, coming out it Utah is even harder, harder still is Utah County and I imagine Spanish Fork is even more difficult. My hat is off to our brave Utah County Commissioner, Nathan Ivie, who took a very difficult step and came out publicly today. My hope and prayer is that people […]

Rainbow Mormon: 009: Fairness For All?

The LDS Church has recently expressed a lack of support for the Equality Act of 2019 that is currently being looked at in congress. Today I take a look at the Mormon newsroom statement abut the Equality Act and share some of my thoughts and concerns with the Church’s stance.

Mormon Discussion: 332: Mekael & Kelsey Part 3

We sit down to complete the trifecta third part interview with my best of friends Mekael and Kelsey.  We pick up where these two meet and how their relationship blooms and what led them to have met me and our incredible friends Chris and Dawn.  We spend some time discussing what things look like on […]

Mormon Discussion: 331: Kelsey Part 2

In episode 2 my beautiful friend Kelsey tells us her story.  How she was loved and supported by an incredible family and but inside Mormonism we still have to look a certain way and fit a certain mold.  Kelsey tells us how she knew she was lesbian very early but always shoved it down in […]

Walk a Mile In Our Shoes: 002: LGBTQA Plus

Today The Walker Family join in a round-table discussion over LGBT issues and their personal journeys in this arena.   Today you get to take some time to “walk a mile in their shoes” and see how this incredible family dealt with growth, change, and understanding.  They are vulnerable.  They are honest.  And they lay […]

253: Carol Lynn Pearson – Haunting Hearts & Heaven

Today we sit down with with Author, Feminist, and LGBT ally Carol Lynn Pearson.  We discuss her book “The Ghost of Eternal Polygamy” along with several other issues including LGBT inclusiveness and the development of her own faith.  Carol Lynn has been a long time ally and friend of those who feel marginalized by their faith. […]