Thursday, 4 February 2010

Temple Whores

Temple Prostitution
(its marriage incase you wondered)

Jo Smiths visit from the angel Nephi. 'did moroni mention the gold plates jo?'

The Times and Seasons Vol. III pp. 749, 753 "When I first looked upon him I was afraid, but the fear soon left me. He called me by name, and said unto me that he was a messenger sent from the presence of God to me, and that his name was Nephi. That God has a work for me to do, ... He said there was a book deposited written upon gold plates, giving an account of the former inhabitants of this continent, and the source from whence they sprang."

Note that Joseph Smith was the editor of the Times and Seasons. In modern printings of the History of the Church, this has been changed to read " Moroni"." [weird that]

Salon 2000; mormon sex manuel best seller in Utah....
Thus, when marital problems arise in a devout Mormon bedroom, married couples are not always equipped to deal with sex. What if the Mormon dad can't achieve or sustain an erection? What if the Mormon mother is not in the mood, or cannot become properly lubricated for intercourse? What would the church advise vis-`-vis oral-genital contact? Is anal OK?

Mormons across the Western United States can now relax. Their marital questions are now being answered -- well, most of them, anyway -- with the publication of a new sex manual targeted specifically to Latter-day Saints.

"Between Husband & Wife: Gospel Perspectives on Marital Intimacy" is flying off the shelves of Mormon bookstores. According to a spokesperson for Covenant Books, the manual's publisher, the initial print run of 6,000 copies sold out in two weeks, and a second printing of 20,000 also sold out within two weeks. The sex guide now sits at the top of the bestseller list at Deseret Books, a 35-store chain owned by the Mormon Church, and even briefly outsold the latest book by church president Gordon B. Hinckley.

"To me the amazing part is that it was outselling Hinckley's book," said the Covenant Books spokesperson. "In the LDS (Latter-day Saints) market, this is huge.""

Mormon sex education; a misonomer but anyhow...
still mormon nudism is ok...(remember garden of eden?..yep). forum.

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