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But in a place where you can’t speak your thoughts (if they conflict with the church), HOW do you find them.You can’t very well just be talking to a friend and be like “hey, so yeah, I think Joseph Smith was full of shit” That’s not really possible.I immediately thought, there is probably some girl in my apartment complex doing this right now, and she discovered it felt good and is now masturbating with it.I just think it’s strange how The Church has been involved in our lives since birth and as soon as we grow “of age” they become in charge of our dating lives, and now, they are telling us what to do with our vaginas and how to have sex on our wedding night.Because if I showed any amount of doubt or questioning, it would be my fault and I would be pulled into an office with the bishop or an elder and have to start having meetings or repenting or something. I don’t feel the guilt that a true LDS believing member would feel.I know people who feel guilty and seriously go home and repent because they looked at a guy the wrong way, or maybe they made out too much with a guy they are dating, or maybe they were tempted to cheat on a homework assignment. I do, however, feel bad because I am breaking a promise. I don’t feel ashamed or guilty in the religious sense, I just feel bad for breaking a promise. I know there are TONS of people in your position (with the Honor Code / feeling forced into BYU and church by family / don't believe in the church) it's all about finding them.I wonder if they are talking about sexual positions and what not.
I grew up in the church as well, but I've found other spiritual practices more to my liking. I have quite a large family and 99.9% of my immediate and extended family are all practicing members.When I came to this school, I signed an honor code….regardless if the stipulations are ridiculous or not….it’s a promise I made. Time to answer some questions:1) No I’m not a lesbian, I am very much straight.It’s the same if I promised you I was going to meet you for lunch at and then didn’t show up. 2) Yes, I’m sure there are a good deal of people in my same situation that have similar thoughts, and yes it would be nice to find them.Please consider your commitment to the Honor Code (which you agreed to) when dressing each day.Thank you.”Molina posted the piece of paper on Twitter along with a photo of what she was wearing when she received it. I talked to an elder at church I talked to, and he told me that maybe I wasn’t praying the right way.
You’re basically waiting for some kind of sign that allows you to think *phew*, “maybe I can open up to this person a little.” A few days ago I had a conversation with a friend of mine who is engaged.