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Or even more difficult, what about those divorced members who are committed to the law of chastity, but also facing the dating scene again? Prairie skirts and fluffy bangs look horrible on me (I know–I am dating myself).Today’s guest post is by I was sooooooooooooooooo naive. I am not, nor do I claim to be anything close to perfect. But seriously, I am a cool chick and I made a commitment before I even started dating at 16 to keep the law of chastity. When I broke up with that guy, I decided that I would date only members. After I signed up and logged on, it was like I was the “belle of the ball.” It was a huge ego boost, but what I soon realized is that it had very little to do with me.Growing up, Jillian Sewell spent Sundays dreaming of her perfect spouse."In (church) we would do this thing where we would write down all the things we wanted in our future husband," she said.Six years ago, he began flying cross-country in search of a wife.
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"I had fantasies of being married since basically as young as I can remember," he said.
Mormon doctrine holds that intrafaith marriage -- a union to another Mormon inside the church's temples -- is essential for salvation in the highest level of heaven.
One user, Brandon, who is 28, captures the ethos of the app in his "About Me": "(I) would like to be married and raise children." Another, Kolton, 21, of Rexburg, Idaho goes even further, telling prospective matches, "If you're on here just for fun, unmatch me!
" Cooper Boice, the founder of Mutual, says that while some people are just on the app to date, he considers marriage to be the "ultimate success." In total, he says, more than 100,000 Mormons in more than 100 countries around the world have swiped through the app more than 250 million times.