This is a bonus episode in our series LGBTQ Off The Grid, where we break from our usual format to listen to the wisdom of the crowd. We put the call out to people from all over Utah to send us voice memos. This is what they have to say to the young LGBTQ person who feels alone.
A family turns a Mormon tradition on its head to find fellowship.
A solitary transgender person in Brigham City finds community in a coven of witches.
A gay Navajo man decides to leave the reservation to escape the loneliness.
A formerly homeless man tries to help young people in Southern Utah.
LGBTQ Off The Grid, a 4-part series, premiers February 21st on Changing Our Stories podcast and Utah Public Radio.
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