For many outside of the LGBTQIA community, it can seem impossible for people who aren’t heterosexual and/or heteroromantic to be religious. Whether that be Muslim, Mormon, Christian, Catholic, Evangelist, Hindu, etc., it seems like an impossibility. However, many people go through the coming out process to themselves and to their families and maintain their faith. Of course, there are exceptions and there are non-religious LGBTQIA members (me being one of them) but from what I have seen, it usually isn’t a person’s sexuality/romantic orientation or gender identity that causes them to deconvert from their established faith.

Here are a few youtube videos and other resources about LGBTQIA members/discussion about how religion works with their identities.



Free Speech: Can you be Gay and Muslim? (Note: ambiguity on type of love referring to, may imply homoromantic only)

Religion & Sexuality I First Person #17

A Gay Mormon Love Story: Elder I Op-Docs I The New York Time

Pansexuality and Our Potential to Love: Jesse Taylor at TEDxClemsonU

  • (Note: values romance over platonic love attitude, misuses terms male and female, religious, defines bisexual as attraction towards men and women, acknowledges non-binary)


  • books, websites, movies, tv shows, etc.




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