Mormon religion dating rules
The most recent stance that the church has on birth control is that how many children, and when to have children, is "a private matter for the husband and wife," leaving the option to use birth control up to the couple.
The commandment given to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden is cited as reason to not postpone having children for "selfish reasons." From the 1830s, marriage has been a central and distinctive component of Mormon theology.
The church is sensitive about its historical relationship with polygamy, and entry into a polygamous marriage, even where legal, will result in mandatory consideration of church discipline and possible excommunication.The oral sex ban, however, was neither removed, modified, or clarified as the only additional directive to leaders was that "if the member has enough anxiety about the propriety of the conduct to ask about it, the best course would be to discontinue it".