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Feedback from May 30 and Beyond 

Readers share their opinions on Pride and LGBTQ youth in Utah.

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Cover story, May 30,
The Pride Issue

Hell yeah, [cover story subject] Wiltavious!
Chance Clift
Via Facebook

The movement "took hold" in Utah—now that's funny!
Leroy Mercer
Via Facebook

This is so cool!
CeCe Lee Berman
Via Instagram

Fabulous.
Ricky Joe Montoya
Via Facebook

Will Wilson, you look absolutely amazing!
Ashley Marie Adams
Via Facebook

Yes! You look so snatched. Can't wait to see you perform at Pride.
Matthew Damigos
Via Instagram

Amazing photo! Wiltavious is the star Utah needs but doesn't deserve.
Kayla Apikai
Via Facebook

News, May 30, "Not Enough," Suicide among queer Mormons has deep roots and many demand more change than the church's exclusion policy reversal.
Kristen [Nicole Cardon, author], I knew Berta, too. Because of her great loss, I wrote a letter and it was published in the Standard-Examiner last year. Because of it, many feel Berta had much to do with softening the hearts of Mormon leaders.

The last conversation I had with a dear friend before I learned of her suicide was about how she missed going to her Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ward and how she longed to return. But was afraid, too, because she knew her bishop would be required to excommunicate her and her wife. She expressed to me how horrible she would feel to bring that shame upon her large active Latter-day Saint family. A person should not be placed in the awkward position of being forced to choose between their spouse and their church and family tradition.

I want my friend back! I wish all our LDS LGBTQ youth and young adults that died of suicides in Utah back also.

My friend was the most Christ-like person I ever knew. She took homeless people home until she had no more rooms for them. She lived Christ's teachings literally.
Cheryl Nunn
Via cityweekly.net

Has the Mormon church ever apologized for anything?
Stacey
Via Twitter

The world's No. 1 church of exclusion.
Fred A. Schmauch
Via Twitter

Online news post, May 28, "Shine Bright," Mayor, Pride Center staff, raise rainbow flag at City and County Building.

My dear friend, Rob Moolman [Utah Pride Center executive director]—one of the many reasons this Iowa guy loves SLC. Happy Pride!
Scott Valbert
Via Instagram

Social media post, June 2, Miss City Weekly at Pride

She [Molly Mormon, Miss City Weekly winner] looked amazing. I didn't see that her necklace matched her umbrella until now. So fabulous.
Brittney Hemingway
Via Facebook

She kute.
Ali Decker
Via Instagram

You looked fabulous today. Much love.
Miranda Ann Redhouse
Via Facebook

Pretty in pink ... and, oh, that necklace is to die for.
Shell Jeffries
Via Facebook

That necklace.
@shoogabiscuit
Via Instagram

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