Skip to main content. Scope and Contents Photocopy of a typewritten letter signed by Spencer W. Kimball and other members of the First Presidency of the Mormon Church. Letter includes guidelines for local Church authorities when interviewing members for callings, temple recommends, or missionary service. Includes instructions for local leaders to avoid indelicate inquiries into marital relations, as well as an interpretation of oral sex as constituting an unnatural, impure, or unholy practice.
Sexuality and Mormonism
Collection: First Presidency letter | BYU Library - Special Collections
I love that. So true. I love the topic of human sexuality and love the topic as it relates to being LDS. John, I love you…. You make me laugh and I adore you!
First Presidency letter
This recommend is barely spiritual, but far more financial in nature. The saints will remember that the bishop in the land of Zion will not receive any, as wise stewards, without they bring a recommend from the bishop in Ohio, or from three elders. The elders, therefore, will be careful not to recommend and send up churches to this place without first receiving information from the bishop in Ohio, or in the land of Zion, that they can be accommodated when they arrive so as to be settled without confusion, which would produce pestilence. There was no interview with a bishop, and he would not have passed if there had been one.
Friday, July 20, How do I try something new? It's possible that you have had sex the same way the whole time you've been married and that you're perfectly happy to continue that and so is your partner. If that's the case, maybe you don't need this post at all. But what if it's not? The first one was probably the best, the second one was okay, and the last one didn't seem to apply to me since I didn't have "good girl syndrome" as the book called it, because I actually wanted to have sex and wasn't afraid it would make me a sinner to have sex with my husband.