I grew up Mormon and my oldest brother is a cross-dresser. Once our bishop found that out and our parents refused to get him help they excommunicated our family. Eventually we were welcomed back but my brother. I refused to go back afterward because I was taught not to judge and that's all the church did to our family. I believe the bishop abused his powers. He wasn't one for long I believe he was asked to step down a short time after being in office.
PLEASE don't turn this into a debate forum. I'm really curious about what other faiths leaders would do if your child was homosexual/trans or a cross dresser
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 4:53 PM on Jan. 4, 2011
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There are no leaders in atheism or dogma. For me personally, I will always love and support my children.
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