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Read More » Over a year ago, I attended an LDS conference that briefly reviewed some findings of dating and marriage among the group known broadly as millennials.
As a person who falls into that age group, I was fascinated by the discussion and offered up some thoughts.
Let me start by saying this is nothing more than a humorous look at what it’s like to date Mormon girls from a non-Mormon guy’s living in a Mormon-world perspective. A little bit about faithful Mormons (the ones who follow the Mormon rules): They do not drink. And alcohol scares the living daylights out of them. In fact, they don’t do anything sexual before the nuptials. Anything that ends in any type of arousal before you say “I do” is a big no-no.
Anyway, I bet all you single people are super jealous of where I live. More specifically (for the next two months at least), I live in this bubble within the bubble called Utah County. And while there has been a mass-exodus of LDS people (Mormons) leaving the church the last several years, Utah County itself still has a very high Mormon to non-Mormon ratio.