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“This is an unfortunate side effect of being Mormon — every member is a ‘missionary.’ Also know that while your name is considered ‘removed,’ you will still be counted among the alleged ’14 million’ members until you are 110 years old.” Another protest called the “Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, & Acceptance” was planned for “There is a new generation rising here in Utah! “We rally together on November 21st, to show our state, and our nation, that we stand together as a community dedicated to believing that everyone deserves Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance In large numbers our voice will be heard; it is up to EVERY ONE OF US to be the voice of change.” In a tweet last week, LDS President Monson appeared to address those who were contemplating leaving the church.
“I plead with you to avoid anything that will deprive you of your happiness here in mortality and eternal life in the world to come,” he wrote.
“Having your name removed from the records of the Mormon Church can be a very emotional experience,” “It can affect your family, your job (if you work for the Mormon Church), your friends or even your spouse (if your spouse is Mormon).
“Increasing prejudice and discrimination for my child who never chose her orientation and only wants the same plan of salvation that everyone else gets. For the sake of my active children I have just been content to be inactive. “Most people are disaffected from the church already, and this was the final straw.” [ last week ahead of the mass resignation offered a “clarification” of the policy change that attempted to soften the blow.Deery would begin a dialogue, dangling the illicit possibility, gauging how serious her mark was.There were “players,” those who were just horny and despicable, and there were doers, or at least potential doers, the true bad guys.With lawyers and notaries on hand, participants planned to sign letters of resignation and march around the temple before depositing some in a mailbox near the church office. But I must speak out, let the chips fall where they may.” “I feel like if your name’s in the church, if you keep your name in the church, you’re supporting their decisions and the choices they’re making and their doctrine,” Brenner Zeller, a gay man whose husband also grew up Mormon, told the New York Times.At the event and on the event’s Facebook page, some explained their reasons for resigning. “We don’t want to support them because they don’t support us.” Naugle, who said he would present letters to the church on Monday, said the recent policy change pushed some church members over the edge.