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We need mini documentaries ( or really this was a conversation) on a wide variety of topics which address these serious issues faced by young people in the US. This doco could be the start of a series of conversations faced by ostracized communities. Very poignant and fascinating to see how LDS families deal with LGBT children.
THANK YOU, Troy! So many tears as I watched this. I pray that this will open hearts and minds, and lead to conversations. I will never forget the young woman who asked for a picture of me with my sign in the Pride parade with Mormons Building Bridges; it said "This Mormon Mom ❤️ LGBTQIA". She wanted to show her own mother that there ARE Mormon moms who love their gay kids. When she sobbed in my arms, asking "Why can't MY Mormon Mom love ME?" it changed my heart forever. This IS my Savior's work. Thank you for doing your part in changing hearts.
The support shown by the families for their LGBTQ family members in this film makes me hopeful we can all really can be better human beings. We just have to want to try. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things........a must see film that will make you think and start conversations. Bravo Troy!
This film was absolutely fascinating for anybody interested in knowing more about active Members of the Mormon religion or anyone who has ever wondered if active Mormons who are homosexual even exist. My family and I attended the screening of Coming Out during the Sundance Film Festival, the short, which is about 19 minutes long was surprisingly eye opening. It is a non-biased look at gay members of the church, their families, and support groups within the religion. It is worth watching.