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I was wondering what rules about dating were forced on you by either parents or church leaders. No reason to complicate it with all those "Where are we going? I don't really see the point for marriage at all, honestly. I ended up being the only one active by senior year. I dated a Mormon divorcee' once who told me at the beginning of our first date,"You will have to excuse me that I don't wear garments on dates.My mom told me and my sibs that we couldn't date until we were 18, and no making out until marriage as that will lead to sex (little pecks are okay, but no tongue), and any relationship that doesn't lead to an eternal marriage is a waste of time, and if he doesn't want to marry you in the temple then he doesn't really love you. I find that they tend to get in the way."She was a keeper!I think that, even with all their strict dating rules, everyone starts expecting you to date at 16, like its a requirement.When you're almost 16 people start asking you if boys are asking you out, (like random middle aged women in the ward), and its the most uncomfortable thing in the world.The temple president or a temple sealer (a clergy member with authority to officiate a wedding) will oversee. A non-temple wedding is open to anyone -- whether you're a Church of Latter-day Saints member or not.You don't need a temple recommend, and a local bishop at any Mormon church can officiate your wedding.These include following the Code of Health (abstaining from alcohol, tobacco, coffee, and tea), being Morally Clean (abstaining from sex, or even heavy petting, according to some bishops), and following the Law of Tithing (paying 10% of your income to the church).If your bishop finds you diligent, he'll sign a "temple recommend," which gives you permission to enter a Holy Temple.
Also, Mormon dates have got to be the shittiest most boring dates ever.To get permission for a temple wedding (also called a Sealing Ordinance), you must both attend a private interview with your local bishop, at which you'll answer questions about your religious diligence.Basically, you'll attest that you believe in the teachings of the church and that you're following its specific precepts.One thing that TSCC always says is that before you're 15 you're not even allowed to look at boys, or have crushes.But then when you're 16 you're supposed to go on all of these dates with good Mormon boys so you can find your eternal companion, and also someone to write when they're on your mission.