The Church has published a website on same-sex attraction in the Life Help section of the Church website. It provides a gospel context for understanding gay, lesbian, and bisexual individuals. You can use this resource to gain hope or help for your own needs, or to support those you care about.

This website has the same content as was published on the previous Mormon and Gay site, but it has been restructured into a more usable question-and-answer format.

The new resource is available online now, and will be in the Life Help section of the Gospel Library within a few days. Translations in Spanish and Portuguese are coming next month.

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The resources in the Life Help section provide help on a variety of topics, such as adoption, education, abuse, disabilities, divorce, pornography, employment, suicide, physical health, same-sex attraction, transgender, finances, and emotional and mental health.

Resources on a number of topics are being moved to the Life Help section as part of a project to consolidate all Church websites into All the topics in the Life Help section will be updated and improved over time.

“The healing power of the Lord Jesus Christ—whether it removes our burdens or strengthens us to endure and live with them like the Apostle Paul—is available for every affliction in mortality” (Elder Dallin H. Oaks, October 2006 general conference).


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