"... our hearts reach out to those who refer to themselves as gays and lesbians. We love and honor them as sons and daughters of God. They are welcome in the Church. It is expected, however, that they follow the same God-given rules of conduct that apply to everyone else, whether single or married." Gordon B. Hinckley, October 1999 General Conference
To remain active and in full fellowship in the LDS church, we must be willing accept that any sexual relations outside of a marriage between a man and a woman is forbidden. For the gay Mormon who wishes to remain active in the church, this leaves two choices: A life of celibacy or a mixed orientation marriage.
So, for those who have chosen one of these paths, how do you reconcile being gay with church doctrine?
Let the commenting begin ...