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Gay Mormon With Wife & Kids Outs Himself On Blog!

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Gay Mormon Josh And Lolly Weed

This is an interesting story!!

Josh Weed, a marriage counselor from Washington, just used his blog to come out of the closet.

It takes strength and courage for anybody to out themselves in a society that still hasn’t given equality to all but Josh’s tale is especially complicated.

Let him tell you in his own words. He admitted:

“I am gay. I am Mormon. I am married to a woman. I am happy every single day.”

Woo!! Get it, guy!

(We wonder whether that SYTYCD guy helped pave the way?!)

Look, we're not fans of the Mormon religion refusing to condone same-sex marriage. We think it stinks. However, we think it's WONDERFUL that Josh lives the life that makes him happy.

He is gay. He loves his wife Lolly Weed. And he devoutly embraces the Mormon faith.

We're excited Josh found a lifestyle that suits him, harms no-one, and puts a smile on his face!

All we want is for everyone to have the same opportunity, regardless of who they choose to marry or what faith they want to accept!!

[Image via Joseph Marzullo/WENN.]

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19 comments to “Gay Mormon With Wife & Kids Outs Himself On Blog!”



  1. 1

    Who cares



  2. 2

    Mormons are cool!! Sadly, like all faiths, there are dooshers that make all religions look bad. The Catholics have the molesting priest, the muslims have the terrorist, the mormons, have the polygamist, the baptist have the west boro, and atheist have many schmucks as well. However, at least the percentage of these people is way less than the overall good people in the religions…But what is the worst is the GAYS have PEREZ, that makes them look bad.



  3. 3

    And every moment of his Day-to-Day life is a HUGE Ffing lie! His religion is a lie, his marriage is a lie… he's kidding himself if he thinks he's truly happy. He'll never be truly happy because he is too afraid to be himself



  4. 4

    I'm confused..

  5. anon says – reply to this


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    A lifestyle that harms no one? How about his wife who is unable to have a satisfying marriage with a man who truly loves her?

  6. KJustBkoz23 says – reply to this


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    What the fuck is a GAY man doing married to a woman??? WHAT A BUNCH OF BULLSHIT! How dare the gay community give the bi-sexual community grief for quote "being confused" or not accepting them for not "picking a side." Then a gay man can publicly humiliate his wife and kids by coming out as gay…. This world is fucking ass backwards and wrong!



  7. 7

    Perez, have you actually READ the backstory on him? He says he's gay, but has never had a relationship with a man. Says that he and his wife have a great sex life, but that he isn't attracted to women and doesn't consider himself bisexual. Oh yeah, and he's some sort of relationship/marriage counselor. There's no way in HELL I'd ever go to him for advice, because it's pretty obvious he has no idea who he really is.

  8. KJustBkoz23 says – reply to this


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    Re: anon – EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Totally agree….

  9. badnfluenz says – reply to this


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    Re: manymoms – Um, The GLBT Community does NOT endorse Perez as their Leader or Speaker of anything Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered related!

  10. badnfluenz says – reply to this


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    Plus this guy is a fuck nut! Who calls yourself GAY, and has a "HAPPY LIFE" with a woman. No way in hell this guy is a successful Marriage Counselor!

  11. Stenar says – reply to this


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    His lifestyle does harm people. Having grown up a gay Mormon, I can't tell you how many hundreds of gay men I know who married women. It may work for 10 years or so, but it usually ends in heart break. I predict the same for Josh Weed in 5 or 10 years, but even WORSE, he is counseling adolescents who are gay and telling them they can repress their true selves and get married like he did. It's just more heart ache waiting to happen.



  12. 12

    Who in the hell cares? He is self hating, just based on him being a Mormom and being married to a woman when he is gay. His wife is who is really the stupid one though. I couldn't be with someone if they aren't attracted to me but rather the same sex as themself. He probably gets more dick than her, that's why she stayed. Whoever goes to him for advice is dumb as hell because he's an idiot.

  13. adam says – reply to this


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    HAA! You're right, that's NOT Lolly Weed… it's ME! Thank you Perez for randomly choosing this photo of me from an old Anti Prop 8 rally! I really DO love my gay mormon husband… and I'm glad this sign gets to see the light of day again!!!

  14. JenPratt says – reply to this


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    Do any of you realize that you dont actually know this man and have no idea wether he is happy or not? They are both very honest in the post and share how happy they are together and how open they are with each other. Wow, I am kind of amazed at the abrasive and ignorant comments made here. I appreciate Perez for being respectful and kind. Thank you for showing how we all should be towards people we don't know.

  15. Lisa Ann says – reply to this


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    I have one concern about Josh coming out of the closet with this Unicorn Club as he states clearly and he writes clearly in #8 that their is no incorrect path for gay religious to live out their lives, although Josh choose to marry. According to God their is only one straight narrow path if you know what I mean. The Weed's will be harming many gay and homosexuals if they don't understand that clearly sex was meant only in marriage with a man and woman. Outside of marriage sex is very destructive, including fortification, polygamy etc… I praise God Josh has controlled his same sex attraction feelings and has married, but telling others their is no incorrect path for gay religious to live, is going to harm his family and the world. May God bless Josh and his wife to guide others to the one and only narrow path paved by God.

  16. Dr. M says – reply to this


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    This is not an uncommon situation, particularly among Roman Catholics in an earlier study in the 1960s. And, Mormons often recommend marriage as a cure for homosexuality. It is kind of like arranged marriages. When researched, I would suspect many of these marriages are successful and enduring. However, anxiety and depression must exist in some of these relationships for both partners sealed in the Temple.

  17. Lisa Ann says – reply to this


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    3. The Homosexual Inclination is Objectively Disordered: Enjoy and learn to love God's plan for marriage and sex only in marriage.
    "Although the particular inclination of the homosexual person is not a sin, it is a more or less strong tendency toward an intrinsic moral evil; and thus the inclination itself must be seen as an objective disorder." CDF Letter, no.3……"The Church says it's not a sin to have such attractions (especially if the erotic element is not willfully cultivated), but it is an objective disorder, a problem."
    5. The Church Calls No One "A Homosexual" and more….

  18. Lisa Ann says – reply to this


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    I hope this time this site is able to post

  19. Lisa Ann says – reply to this


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    5. The Church Calls No One "A Homosexual"
    "Today, the Church… refuses to consider the person as a "heterosexual "or a "homosexual," and insists that every person has a fundamental identity: the creature of God, and by grace, His child and heir to eternal life." CDF, no.16
    The Church won't put a label on anyone. To say someone is "gay" or "lesbian" or a "homosexual" is to define a whole person by just one aspect. It can lock up a person's identity and block further emotional growth. That's just the sort of labeling which gives rise to prejudice and discrimination. The Church stands against any behavior it calls immoral, but always teaches support and respect for the person. Labeling limits and disrespects people