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Privacy Policy. Who Invited You to the Orgy? Stories of trans and gay Mormons balancing their spiritual and temporal lives. Essays on gun reform, universal healthcare, and climate change.

Read a FREE excerpt. A girl is haunted by Joseph Smith's wife. A timid gay man unleashes his inner beast through a role-playing game. A plastic surgeon accidentally discovers a new life form. God's wives fight for supremacy amongst themselves. Two women switched at birth have to decide to which eternal family they belong. And much more. In the terrible inferno that followed, thirty-two people lost their lives. Author Johnny Townsend pored through old records and tracked down survivors of the fire and relatives and friends of those killed to compile this fascinating account of a forgotten moment in gay history.

Life for unconventional Mormons can sometimes be difficult and complicated. Mormon drug addicts, political protestors, schizophrenics, con artists, and more. Gay Mormons, global warming, hurricanes, prison, angels, love, and revelations. Literary Mormon stories--superheroes, tithing, gay weddings, and more.

In these stories, a missionary copes with the startling discovery that his companion has been translated off the face of the Earth. A lonely woman gives birth to a child fathered by one of the Three Nephites. A schizophrenic woman leads a secret life no one in her congregation suspects. The scriptures tell us that in the Last Days, wickedness will increase upon the Earth.

When the Mormon Church sees a rise in the number of gay members, they believe the end is upon them. But sometimes, being gay provides just the right ingredient to create saints. The stories in this collection of the Mormon faithful show that while moats may be good at keeping people out who want to come in, they are also quite effective at keeping people in who want to get out.

And the stench from their fetid waters often proves unbearable. Mental illness can strike the faithful as easily as anyone else. But often religious doctrine and practice exacerbate rather than alleviate these problems.

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Recent Post by Page. Jeff and I met in a big Gay bar that was popular in the s. It was an August night. I saw him dancing with a woman and he saw me smiling at him so he came over and introduced himself. My heart was beating very hard. I thought I met a man who I would spend the rest of my life with. I came out as Gay in January I fell in love with Jeff and a couple months later the CEO of the base found out about my sexuality and I was promptly discharged from the Service. Jeff, me and his cousin Donna and friend Pam rented an apartment in October and all was going well until he kept disappearing, leaving me to wonder where he was.

After a big fight at the end of April, I ended the relationship and moved home. We ran into each other often in the bar we met in and we were always civil to each other. I was diagnosed with HIV in August The doctor told me I had 2 to 3 years at the most left to live and to get my affairs I order.

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Not only did I get them In order, I found love again. She told me to go see him. He was dying. So I drove to the hospital a couple days later, sat on a chair next to his bed and told him about what was going on in my life.

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Then, I noticed a faint puff of smoke leave his eyes and he drifted off. Lynch whatisrememberedlives aidsmemorial theaidsmemorial neverforget endaids See More. He was a year ahead of me in the class of We were both shy and introverted, but became fast friends because of the small size of the school and as semi-closeted young gay men, we found safety, familiarity, and companionship from each other. I took this photo of Chris in front of the Trevi Fountain during our trip to Rome.

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I looked up to Chris and was impressed by his vast knowledge of Roman architectural history. We documented our trip with my Pentax camera and printed our travel photos together in the photo lab at Cooper Union when we returned. I still have those pictures framed in my office. He was guarded and at times mysterious and would retreat for days.

In the end, Chris disappeared one day and I never saw him again. This was around May I think he had lost hope and he went there to die.