Members of an unofficial Brigham Young University (BYU) group have recorded a video for the It Gets Better campaign.

The It Gets Better Project encourages bullied LGBT teens considering suicide to hang in there, because life eventually gets better.

BYU is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons), which does not condone gay relationships.

In the nearly 10-minute video, members of Understanding Same-Gender Attraction (USGA), which includes BYU students, faculty and friends, discuss their experiences coming out gay.

“It wasn't until I started dating that I really started to realize that I was not that into guys,” a female student says. “And I felt like, 'Oh most girls like kissing their boyfriends and don't dial it on the inside every time they have to kiss them.'”

“It absolutely terrified me, naturally,” a second young woman says of her sexuality, “because I truly believed in this church and these feelings did not coincide with that church.”

Near the end of the video, a male student says: “I decided to come out to some of my friends. And they've been supportive, even here at BYU.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)