Another problem for single women in the LDS church is that LDS men are delaying marriage more than ever, but they still want the option to have many children–which means their same age female peers are less desirable marriage partners due to fewer remaining years of fertility.
So, aside from boob jobs, what can LDS women do to deal with the new reality?
Your new approved swear words are "flippin'," "dang," "dang it," "gosh dang it."6.
Take up a wholesome outdoor activity, like skiing or hiking.7.
And she casually mentioned that she’s actually seeing someone now.
In fact, to be safe, don't call a Mormon a Mormon... And yes, Mormons really aren't supposed to have caffeine, and I wouldn't offer them coffee...
The article is partly a book review of Date-onomics, a book that breaks down dating trends by demographics.
Not only is it harder to find a partner when the numbers are uneven; it radically changes behaviors between the sexes in ways that disadvantage the majority sex!
Keep a straight face upon mentions of the Angel Moroni, or Salt Lake City being referred to as Zion.8. In fact, always have a backup casserole ready in case someone breaks their leg and needs a home-cooked meal.9.
Fashion: twinsets, knee-length skirts, scrubbed and smiley.
From the article: Contrary to popular belief, the majority of Mormon men do not go on missions, which typically entail a mix of community service and proselytizing.