Brigham Young University has been called one of the least LGBT-friendly campuses in the U.S.: according to the "It Gets Better" video produced by Brigham Young University students, 74 percent of LGBT students at BYU have considered suicide, and 24 percent have attempted suicide. The video was made by campus group Understanding Same-Gender Attraction (USGA), which is not officially recognized by the Mormon university.
The BYU Honor Code only began allowing LGBT students to openly state their sexual orientation in 2007. In 2010, the Honor Code changed again to allow for LGBT advocacy. While the school can hardly be called an ally to LGBT rights, the students in this video do offer a unique perspective on reconciling one's sexuality with a faith that condemns it.