Lauren Jackson, special to CNN. CNN Benjamin Brown is a glasses-wearing lawyer who flavors his language with words like "heck" and "gosh. More than , Mormons have used Mutual, a dating app for the faithful. 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. Brown, 31, said he "often went on multiple dates a day" while a student at Brigham Young University.
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Mutual is a place where single members of the Church can make meaningful connections that lead to real dating. The app was created by BYU grads who know how difficult it can be to meet others with similar interests, beliefs and standards, especially outside of Provo. Mutual offers features that help you get to know other singles beyond their profile photos, by highlighting information such as mission location and interests you share in common with potential matches. The Mutual team is committed to upholding the standards of our faith, and making Mutual a genuine and safe place you can trust.
Her daughter, Lucy Mulligan, a junior and honors student, said she was immediately surprised by the language of the assignment and the fact that it offered different directions for girls and boys. She said she was particularly concerned that LGBT students would feel excluded or hurt by the message of the worksheets, which assume that girls only date boys. Oxborrow, who is the executive director of the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition, said lessons that reinforce male entitlement and gender norms can have serious consequences.