There is a new website launched today to promote greater understanding of LDS with same sex attraction and their family members.
One quote really jumped out at me (in bold):
An Eternal Perspective
We live in an imperfect world. Not all the pieces of the puzzle seem to fit. But having an eternal perspective and believing in a just and merciful God gives us hope that all will work out in the end.
With Him, each of us can walk the path, and chart the destiny of our spiritual lives.
We believe that with an eternal perspective, a person’s attraction to the same sex can be addressed and borne as a mortal test. It should not be viewed as a permanent condition. An eternal perspective beyond the immediacy of this life’s challenges offers hope. Though some people, including those resisting same-sex attraction, may not have the opportunity to marry a person of the opposite sex in this life, a just God will provide them with ample opportunity to do so in the next. We can all live life in the full context of who we are, which is much broader than sexual attraction.
Please explain from an LDS viewpoint how God will provide people with ample opportunity in the next life to marry a person of the opposite sex?
How do these people meet?
Aren’t all the worthy LDS already married by the time they reach heaven?
Will there be children from these marriages?
How is marriage in heaven biblical - or - where does the idea of marriages actually taking place in heaven even come from?
here’s the link: mormonsandgays.org/