DIALOGUE: A JOURNAL OF MORMON THOUGHT
"For  years, Dialogue has been known for publishing groundbreaking articles from respected Mormon scholars and writers. It has been the venue for publication of award-winning articles on some of the most difficult and controversial issues in LDS history and doctrine, including problems of race, women's roles, religion and politics. Dialogue strives for honesty and balance in its peer review process. It has maintained a level of editorial independence that distinguishes it as the premier scholarly journal in the emerging academic field of Mormon Studies." Below are some articles addressing LGBT issues.
- Toward a Post-Heterosexual Mormon Theology by Taylor Petrey (2011)
- Manly Virtue: Defining Male Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century Mormonism by Russell Stevenson (2014)
- Dialogue Vol. 49, Num. 2 – Summer 2016
- What Do We Know of God’s Will for His LGBT Children?: An Examination of the LDS Church’s Position on Homosexuality by Bryce Cook (2017)
- Here is a blog post of the same article that is accessible to those who can't access Dialogue Premium content: Mormon LGBT Questions