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Once I kind of came to my senses and I saw things from the outside, and wasn’t so brainwashed, I realized—we can change. Even though I would never want to go back to the church, I feel bad for little Timmy or little Susie, who’s a lesbian and theoretically wants to stay there because she likes the community. And it’s also bad that we’re worrying about our careers.
Ironically, and I feel like it’s kind of a beautiful thing, but two days after the podcast came out, I got a call from my agent, auditioned for a movie and I got the role—as a straight, misogynistic, asshole man.
Most guys tend to feel like they have give up their faith, or leave the church, or kill themselves, or live a lie, or live a celibate lifestyle. You won’t ever be able to serve with the youth of the church.
And I thought to myself, I am no pedophile, and in no way does homosexuality equate to pedophilia.
reality competition show, he became something of a Mormon superstar.
He choreographed pop stars’ tours and videos, taught dance classes around the world, started a band (The Weekend Forecast), and even played gay in an indie film called Leading Ladies—all while privately struggling to reconcile his very deep faith with the undeniable realization that he couldn’t pray his way out of being gay.
And now, very surprisingly, Heidi Groskreutz is fast becoming my favorite to win.
Yesterday, she performed the Smooth Waltz and a Pop routine with partner Travis Wall. The African pop routine was choreographed by world-renowned Wade Robson and can be watched below.
Here, he opens up about the reaction to that interview from “the ‘outside’ world,” what he thinks of Mitt Romney, and reveals the Mormon church’s little-known policy change that finally broke his faith. Benji Schwimmer: I was a true blue, believing, serving, active Mormon and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. You get home from your mission, and the next real mission is to get married and have kids and serve in the church until you die. But three buddies of mine had killed themselves in the last couple of months, and that was a catalyst for me.
Your interview with Mormon Stories is incredibly compelling. I was on a television show, and it was very widely known that I was LDS. Not much of a surprise considering I was a dancer, but still a surprise to many—especially those who didn’t want to know. I’ve been engaged once, semi-officially twice—and after there was love, I confessed to them about my situation. I felt that God had blessed me with all these talents, and if I had done something sinful, it would have been a slap in his face. I’ve had some friends since this podcast that have been assholes and others that say I love you even more—and these are LDS friends. What was the final straw that prompted you to leave the church?
It was the most divine, true, soul-searching experience that I’ve ever felt. He’s gay, too, and was pretty open about it back then. He was my first crush after I came back from my mission, actually.