Family Fellowship

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Family Fellowship is a predominantly Latter-day Saint support group for those who have lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender family members.[1] It was founded in 1993.[2] As of 2003, it had a mailing list of over 1,700.[2] The group hosts conferences, open to the public, on various subjects concerning homosexuality.[3] Speakers have included Andrew Sullivan,[4] Evan Wolfson,[5] Simon LeVay,[6] and Christine Johnson.[7]

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  1. ^ Family Fellowship. (2003, November 22). Family Fellowship. Retrieved January 22, 2007 from http://ldsfamilyfellowship.org/index.htm
  2. ^ a b Wright, John (July 27, 2003). "Gay Mormons". The Herald Journal. 
  3. ^ Thumma, Scott; Gray, Edward R. (2005). Gay religion. Rowman Altamira. p. 110. 
  4. ^ Young, Spencer P. (May 4, 1997). "Spare young gays from lonely lives, advocate says". Deseret News. 
  5. ^ Hancock, Laura (November 5, 2000). "Timing important for Utah gay issues". Deseret News. 
  6. ^ Costanzo, Joe (August 31, 1998). "Research changing way the law, society look at homosexuality". Deseret News. 
  7. ^ "Johnson Addresses Gay-Friendly Mormons at Meeting". QSaltLake. March 29, 2010.