How would it feel if everyone treated Mormons the way Elder Oaks suggests treating LGBT people?
- We love you but we can't support your lifestyle.. We won't be attending any of your Mormon related events (baby blessings, baptisms, mission calls or farewells⁄homecomings, etc).
- I love you, but I can't allow you to force your lifestyle choices on me or my family. Don't bless food if I am there and don't talk about your beliefs. I need to protect my children from exposure to you.
- I am doing all I can to make Mormon temple sealings illegal. You have no right to marry the people you love if you are Mormon. This is for the good of society. I love everyone.
- Feel free to visit my home, but be aware that I can't tolerate any openly Mormon behavior. You can visit but don't expect to stay for an extended period. I may not feel comfortable introducing you to my friends. Just pretend you are not Mormon while in my home or when you are with me.
- When in public it is rude to appear Mormon. Don't wear CTR rings or have any visible garment lines. It is best for everybody if you carry a coffee, beer or bong at all times so
- non-Mormons are not uncomfortable.
- I can tolerate what you do in the privacy of your own church, but do not ever try to talk with me about it.
- If you try to invite me to participate in your Mormon lifestyle in any way I might respond violently.
Just know We love you anyways. We pray for you. We will always love you even though you make me sad.