About Me



Hi! My name is Trevor and I am a gay Mormon.

I'm a 28 year old male. My hobbies include graphic designing in my spare time, photography, enthusiasm for architecture, loving history and all things politics. Currently, I live in Utah.

Summary of my life as a gay Mormon:

Like Nephi, I was born of goodly parents and into a traditional, large Mormon family.

I was baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on my 8th birthday, and received the Priesthood from my father on my 12th birthday.

I graduated early-early morning seminary with 100% attendance and 100% scripture mastery. 

I served a full time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the England London South Mission from February 2006 - February 2008. 

I attended Brigham Young University – Idaho for one semester in the fall of 2008, studying interior design but left the school after the first term and enrolled at Portland State University.

In February 2009 at the age of 22, I came out to my father and then came out to my mother two weeks later and to one sister a week after that.

A year later in February 2010 at the age of 23, I was disfellowshipped from the church and came out to the rest of my family (geez February is an important month for me).

July 2014 began my adventures in Utah, as I left Oregon and settled down in the Wasatch Front.

3 comments:

  1. Its alright to be a martyr. Where would we be without them in and out of the church. It could be Joseph Smith, Stuart Matis, Matthew Shepherd, James Foley, Bobbi, so many valiant souls who sacrifice and labor to bring forward the world and the gospel of love

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  2. You served during the same time as my brother who also served in the London South Mission. You probably know him, but I won't say his name as it would give away my identity. I am also a gay Mormon however I am not out.

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    1. Ok. You should e-mail me though and tell me who you are. I won't tell anyone.

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