Dear leaders of the LDS Church,
I am from Sandy Utah and I was raised Mormon (12th Ward of the Granite Stake). Starting at age 12 I felt a lot of guilt and shame for doing things that are completely normal and healthy during sexual development because of the detailed and sexually explicit questions that I was asked during my annual Bishop’s interview. At the age of 17 I left the Church, and I felt instantly better about my healthy sexuality. I am not raising my children Mormon and intrusive Bishop’s interviews and making normal sexual development into a sin is one of the reasons. What you are doing is not normal and it is damaging the LDS youth. Please talk to some mental health professionals they can explain to you why the Church’s practice of sexually explicit interviews is a terrible policy.