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Gay is A-OK, so why do some LGBTQ Utahns choose to be unhappily married to the opposite sex?
By Carolyn Campbell
"It's psychologically and emotionally devastating not just to the LGBTQ partners, but to the straight partners as well. For all those reasons, I wouldn't wish a mixed-orientation marriage on my worst enemy," expert John Dehlin says.