Sorry for the confusing question. I guess I should split it into several questions. 1. What is the "Mainstream" or most common, Mormon view on gay marriage. (You kind of answered that, but it was part of the question.) 2. Does the Church itself take a stance on gay marriage, and if so, are members required to agree with the stance? 3. Is supporting gay marriage considered by Mormons to be condoning homosexuality? I ask because I've seen this attitude often, although I myself don't necessarily see it as valid. This is what I've seen amongst Christians in general as well, though obviously there are exceptions on both sides. For curiosities sake, what is your view? And is it the same as the Church's view?