Jun 04, 2012 4:57 AM GMT
paulflexes saidIt's nice to see members of one of the most prominent anti-gay organizations finally take a stand.
budfb38 saidI was there for it. It was pretty cool to see. They were one of the biggest, if not the biggest float in the parade. They were at the very beginning, which costs more money, and I'm pretty sure that the LDS church didn't foot the bill. Many of them are ex-mormons, or "inactive" mormons, and a lot of them are gay.
MolaMola saidSomeone needs to make musicals about all the other groups that are traditionally anti-gay (a la Book of Mormon) and we'll finally put an end to anti-gay hate
roadbikeRob saidUltra conservative Salt Lake City has a gay pride parade, holy shit. Any high ranking Mormon bishops and elders involved in it
Machina said ..... from the stances taken officially by the LDS Church in the past. It was very kind.
HowHotKC saidI am pleased some shunned former members of the Mormon Church participated in a Pride Event.
However this was not the Mormon Church. The Mormon Church has the most anti-gay public statement of any religion I have read.
You vote for Mitt Romney and you vote for a President opposed to civil rights for LGBT members.
JockTheVote saidCuriousJockAZ saidhttp://news.yahoo.com/mormon-group-shows-support-salt-lake-city-gay-010430276.html
THIS comes up when the link is clicked:
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As pointed out above by HowHotKC, THIS POST IS VERY MISLEADING.
"The Mormon Group" involved was EX-MORMONS !
dancerjack saidthey're wearing their magic panties, so they don't have to fear reprisal.