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One friend observed that the experience of two relatives suggests that serious relationships among singles are drying up.Two siblings, practically in elderly status (~30) are single and neither has had a serious boyfriend/girlfriend.At the last minute it was determined that it was too raw and too edgy for that site. I will be straightforward and as blunt as possible. For Mormon singles the subject is even more complicated the more it is engaged in, or the more it is avoided.There is a little secret running through the singles of the Church that the rules for dating and sexual relationships changed over time. As a result, many singles have formed their own new rules for appropriate physical relationships that are no longer in harmony with what they were taught at age 16.I quote him: “I’ve watched my siblings go through this and it’s really awful.If it’s broad enough to be a cultural phenomenon, there needs to be lots of somethings that need changing, starting at the top and extending downward.I’ve polled my students about it occasionally and also my friends, single and not.As a borderline narcissistic introvert, you might be surprised to learn that I have friends, even friends from many different lands (states) and persuasions. Of course the rest of you won’t be surprised at all. Here, in no particular sequence of topics, are some observations from students, friends, and neighbors on dating culture among Mormons, and sometimes, others.
Not speaking or avoiding another person, is also a type of relationship.The type of relationship may change- you actively engage in it, avoid it, have not engaged in it, dislike it, enjoy it, etc. And sex complicates all relationships, particularly when sex is to be avoided.To be honest, most dates are planned activities as an alternative to sex.Though not categorized, some of these are doctrinal, others hearsay over the pulpit from apostles or leaders, and others adopted by more orthodox Mormons.(see also: Top 10 Mormon Beliefs that Contradict Christianity) 1. TV or movies should not be viewed on Sunday (except Church or "happy" media) 4.
Coffee and tea are prohibited even though they aren't specifically referenced by doctrine 9.