CYBER: Operation Underground Railroad, Psychic Intelligence, and ‘Sound of Freedom’
Brigham Young University's rule change seemingly opened the door for LGBTQ students to come out. With the policy reversing course, some of those students are considering transferring.
The university's honor code opened the door to let LGBTQ students come out at the Mormon institution, but the change seems to have been disconcertingly brief.
Broadly follows Emmett Claren as he tries to negotiate his gender identity and faith within a historically anti-LGBTQ church.
"Trunk or treating" has been a thing in some corners of America for decades, but it seems to be gaining a new foothold in cities where community has frayed.
Women from all over the world modeled for Jacqueline Secor's surreal archive of female anatomy's multitudes of beauty.
Ryan McKnight has a singular mission—to expose Mormon Church abuses with an anonymous Wikileaks-style site. We spoke to McKnight about what he hopes to achieve.
In Utah, members of the Kingston Clan blend into contemporary society—but the Mormon group openly practices polygamy and incest and exploits its members financially. We spoke to former members to uncover what it's like to grow up in the religious sect...
Kristine Stolakis's new documentary, "Where We Stand," follows a stay-at-home mom turned vocal feminist advocate, as she navigates the repercussions of her unpopular activism in her predominantly Mormon suburb.
Although its leader Warren Jeffs is spending life in jail for raping his child brides, the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) remains under his increasingly harsh control. Those who escape are ostracized by their family.
Earlier this month, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said it would no longer bless or baptize the children of gay parents until they renounce same-sex marriage and cohabitation after turning 18 years old.
A “mixed orientation” Mormon couple is upset that their remarks were used to argue against gay marriage in a brief submitted to the Supreme Court.