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Aaron is a passionate young Elder (a Mormon missionary) who wants to do his family and church proud.
Should they stay together, or should Graham ditch him?
Related: Gay Mormon Teen Held Captive For Eight Months, Abused And Beaten As Part Of Horrifying “Reparative” Therapy This is a tough one, since the two boys also say they have a strong connection.
But, ugh, the weight of a homophobic religion is often enough to drive a person too crazy to maintain a relationship.
Their best chance for success is probably for Graham to express his needs — remember, self-care isn’t selfish — and give the Mormon boyfriend a choice: “either let me help you leave this homophobic church, or stick with the church that hates you without me.” (Of course, this advice doesn’t stand if they’re still in high school and living at home.