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Did You Know?

For decades, it has been common place for Mormon Bishops and other local leaders to pose questions of a sexual nature to children. There are reports of this happening to children as young as age 8. These questions are being asked by an older man, all alone with the child, behind closed doors and often without the knowledge or permission of the parents. Almost universally, these men have no comprehensive training.

It is time for this practice to be eliminated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

In the News

Jan 8, 2018:  Wheat and Tares Blog:  Rethinking Bishops Interviews

Jan 5,  2018:  Salt Lake Tribune:  Letter:  The bishop’s interview should change immediately

Jan 2, 2018:  Morgan County News.  Editorial – LDS Bishop Youth Interviews

Dec 22, 2017  The Cultural Hall Podcast.  Sam Young Ep. 254

Dec 21, 2017  Mormon Stories Podcast.  Analyzing LDS Church Statements About Clergy Interviews

Dec 18, 2017  Tribune Editorial:  The LDS church should revise the ‘bishop’s interview’

Dec 17, 2017  Salt Lake Tribune:  A Mormon Bishop Kirby would never interview anyone about sex.

Dec 16, 2017  The Daily Utah Chronicle:  Anderson: Interviews About Sexual Conduct with LDS Children – Adding My Voice

Dec 15, 2017  Deseret News:  In our opinion: Mormon bishop interviews are not ‘invitations’ for abuse

Dec 15, 2017  Salt Lake Tribune:  Sexual abuse survivors group of ‘Spotlight’ fame calls on Mormon church to change interview system