Join Mama Dragons
The Mama Dragons closed Facebook group is for women that are affirming or want to be affirming of their LGBTQIA children. Most of this group has varying levels of Mormon heritage and is a mix of spirituality and belief.
Mama Dragons is a safe space of support for women navigating the waters of LGBTQ issues within their family or community. We strive to make this space free of judgment between members. We strive to create a safe place for conversation and support for individuals regardless of their beliefs or participation in religious community. We validate that this journey is one that requires humor, anger, patience, and love and honor each person wherever she is currently. All stages are to be simultaneously honored here.
To join us click the button below and messages us on our public page.
The Daddy Dragons closed Facebook group is a support group for dads that have LGBTQIA children. Most of this group has varying levels of Mormon heritage and is a mix of spirituality and belief. This group is not for everyone and requires vetting to join.
Daddy Dragons is a space of support for men navigating the waters of LGBTQ issues within their family or community.
To join Daddy Dragons facebook message Jake Abhau, Josh Caldwell, or George Deussen
Affirmation Journeys is a group orientated toward LGBTQIA, their families, and allies who are transitioning out of Mormon orthodoxy, as well as former Mormons. We welcome everybody, but the discussions will be from a perspective of those who are either Mormons undergoing a faith transition, unorthodox Mormons, non-believing Mormons or former Mormons. The group will be open to all topics of particular interest to this community, but it will have a particular goal of helping people move forward in healthy productive ways as they proceed during or following a faith transition.
In accordance with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Mormons Building Bridges is primarily a community of faithful Latter-day Saints who are dedicated to conveying love and acceptance to all those who identify as LGBTQI and those who experience same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria. To this end, the MBB community asserts that all our sisters and brothers are inherently worthy of love and belonging in our homes, congregations, and communities – no matter where their life path may take them – and we pursue specific initiatives to promote this message. We base our efforts on the testimonies of gay, transgender, and straight Latter-day Saints who all seek a Christ-centered life as their authentic selves. The Mormons Building Bridges community is not a movement built around a single leader but simply is a vehicle for thoughtful dialogue and innovation that is available to all LDS people as they approach the question of how to help LGBTQ/SSA people to thrive. Any Mormon who wants LGBTQI/SSA people to feel that they are loved and belong, is a Mormon building bridges.
LDS Walk With You has a ‘secret’ Facebook page specifically for LDS parents who want to support their LGBT children while staying active in the Mormon church.