A representative for the company told The Wall Street Journal that leaders were "pleased to resolve this litigation," but others are frustrated by the outcome."Twitter critics of the court decision are saying that it's the result of a 'bully verdict,' an assault on religious liberty, or worse," CBC News reported.Additionally, "Spark Networks agreed that within two years, it would adjust other searching and profile features to give gay and lesbian singles a more tailored experience," the article noted.The lawsuit focused on a California anti-discrimination law.You'll also find great stories from other LDS Singles and Latter-day saints here.People take photos in Temple Square prior to the afternoon session of the 182nd Semiannual General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. See other famous Mormons from Hollywood, Washington and beyond. more Katherine Heigl was a faithful Mormon through her 20s, before she was saving lives on “Grey’s Anatomy” and starring in hit movies like “Knocked Up.” She said she couldn’t find a congregation she was comfortable in once she moved to L. less Katherine Heigl was a faithful Mormon through her 20s, before she was saving lives on “Grey’s Anatomy” and starring in hit movies like “Knocked Up.” She said she couldn’t find a congregation she ...The dating sites previously "required new users to specify whether they're a man seeking a woman or a woman seeking a man," The Wall Street Journal reported.
I’m sorry, but you would probably have to be completely brand new to the internet to join this site.
So, in a church so obviously geared toward men, why are so many of them leaving?
Ryan Cragun, a sociology professor at the University of Tampa (who also happens to be ex-LDS) considers it an unexpected byproduct of the growing importance of the mission in the life of Mormon men; faced with the choice to serve or not (at a young age when they may not be fully ready to commit), many have chosen to leave.
I try to live morally and still have a good time, and I’ve had to find my own way.
It’s been a difficult path." less Maroon 5 guitarist James Valentine no longer considers himself an active member of the church, saying "This is about as polar-opposite a lifestyle as I was supposed to have, in my adult life. more After converting to Mormonism over a decade ago, Gladys Knight jokingly told the church’s president, its "prophet on earth," that the music was lame.