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Benson, B. (2001). Perceived family relationships associated with coming out of Mormon male homosexuals. Utah State University.
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Brandley, B. (2020). “This is how you navigate the world”: Impacts of Mormon rhetoric on White queer members’ identity performances (Unpublished masters thesis). University of New Mexico.
Bridges, J. G., Lefevor, G. T., & Schow, R. L. (2019). Sexual satisfaction and mental health in mixed-orientation relationships: A Mormon sample of sexual minority partners. Journal of Bisexuality, 19(4), 515-538.
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Dahl, A. L., Galliher, R.V. (2012a). LGBTQ adolescents and young adults raised within a Christian religious context: Positive and negative outcomes. Journal of Adolescence, 35, 1611-1618.
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Goodman, M. N. (1997). Searching for self: Identity formation in the Mormon women’s community of the Salt Lake City. The University of Utah.
Goodwill, K. A. (2000). Religion and the spiritual needs of gay Mormon men. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 11(4), 23-27.
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Johns, R. D., & Hanna, F. J. (2012). Peculiar and queer: Spiritual and emotional salvation for the LGBTQ Mormon. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 5, 197–219.
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Kelley, C. L. (2002). Understanding the experiences of Latter-day Saint women with same sex attractions. Alliant International University.
Klundt, J. S., Erekson, D. M., Lynn, A. M., & Brown, H. E. (2021). Sexual minorities, mental health, and religiosity at a religiously conservative university. Personality and Individual Differences, 171.
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Legerski, E., & Harker, A. (2017). The intersection of gender, sexuality, and religion in Mormon mixed-sexuality marriages. Sex Roles, 78, 482-500.
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Mansfield, T. R. (2017). A phenomenological study of identity and relationship negotiation within latter-day saint (Mormon) couples with a MtF gender variant partner (Doctoral dissertation).
Mattingly, M. S., Galliher, R. V., Dehlin, J. P., Crowell, K. A., & Bradshaw, W. S. (2016). A mixed methods analysis of the family support experiences of GLBQ latter day saints. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 12(4), 386–409
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McGraw, J. S., Chinn, J., & Mahoney, A. (2020). Historical, doctrinal, and empirical insights into Latter-day Saints sexual minorities’ psychological and interpersonal functioning. Journal of LGBT Family Studies, 17(2), 168-195.
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Ogden, B. (2004). A qualitative study of disparate identities: A homosexual Mormon example. San Francisco Bay: Alliant International University.
Robinson, J. W. (1999). Understanding the meaning of change for married Latter-day Saint men with histories of homosexual activity (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Brigham Young University.
Simmons, B. W. (2017). Coming out Mormon: An examination of religious orientation, spiritual trauma and PTSD among Mormon and ex-Mormon LGBTQQA adults (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
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Note: This list was last updated in summer 2021