Josh Weed, the married Mormon who came out gay last year, is accused of not being “gay enough.”

Josh and Laurel “Lolly” Weed married ten years ago. Josh came out gay last year in a lengthy post on his personal blog. That led to a profile on ABC's Nightline.

Josh came out gay to Lolly at the age of 16 but their romance didn't start until college. The Weeds have 3 daughters.

The latest episode of the VH1 docu-series I'm Married to a … takes a look at their marriage.

In the episode, Josh and Lolly say their love is real.

“People are often confused because they're like, 'So are you attracted to your wife?' ...” Lolly says.

“... And the answer is yes,” Josh interrupts. “When Lolly and I are being intimate sexually, I'm not thinking about men. In fact I can't, it ruins the experience for me. After ten years of marriage and her being my primary sexual partner, I find her to be sexually attractive.”

“Plus, I bring it,” Lolly adds.

Later in the episode, the couple are confronted by a gay male couple who say Josh should not call himself gay.

“It feels like this is saying, 'Well, you're attracted to men but you've never had sex with a man and you chose to marry a woman, so you're not part of this club,” Josh says to the men.

“No, you're not invited to the party,” one of the men says. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

While the Weeds are portrayed as a loving couple, Ben Mankiewicz of The Young Turks called Josh's work as a family therapist “dangerous.”

“Not a therapist. Get out. Don't see this guy. Unqualified. He's a dangerous, dangerous, dangerous guy,” Mankiewicz said. “No one should go see this guy for help. You want to live your life this way, do not talk to other people about making this choice. Ever.”