Dating and sex rules for mormons

Kim ambled around his desk, picking things up, putting them back down. Yes, she had been touched, The pastor asked Kim who had touched her. Donn, the pastor would soon learn, was not really Kim’s uncle.

Eventually, with feigned casualness, she pointed between her legs and said, “Is it wrong when someone does this—touches you here? He was Donn Ketcham, the 58-year-old chief doctor at the mission hospital in Bangladesh.

Overseas, there were really no rules.”Like most fundamentalist families, the Jameses never talked about sex.


Ketcham let Kim hang around the hospital after school, allowing her to visit patients, change bandages, even hold newborns after birth.It was a hot day in July, a Saturday afternoon, and Kim James was bored.


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  2. eric   •  

    One sip means “yes,” and two sips means “no.” You take turns after the answerer is finished with the drink.

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