Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Cor Invictus Social Network Ends

by Brig Bagley

25 June 2014

As funding was short and support was lacking, the life of Cor Invictus has come to an end. It was a social network meant to connect Mormon/religious gay people, as well as their friends and families, for support, friendships, and dialogue. The activity on the site was low, although there were few days that saw no new members until recently. 

There are no current plans to re-ignite the site. But members are encouraged to follow and comment on this blog to continue the community as much as possible. There are also hundreds of other blogs authored by Mormons that discuss LGBT and similar issues. Google searches usually find most of them, but there are pages that attempt to link to many of them, such as

As LGBT rights are becoming a reality, the need for secret groups of LGBT Mormons is becoming less necessary. Businesses and churches are already including LGBT as equals, even funding the political and support groups that push for their rights. It is only a matter of time before society shuns the discriminatory people, just as it does the racists. Someday, those who wish to discriminate will be the ones hiding in the closet.

1 comment:

  1. In many ways, it is a sad week. Corinvictus is no longer, gone without forewarning. Kate Kelly is excommunicated; others are targeted. LDS members are separating into sides.

    In many ways, it is not so sad, though. We DO see more inclusion of LGBT issues in gay circles. We are seeing members who are willing to stand up for some very important issues and we are seeing members who are continuing to question.

    Happy Pride Month.