The Mormonad “Just Once Will Hurt” from the New Era, a magazine for Mormon teens.
Elaine S. Dalton of the Young Women general presidency urges young people to develop the strength that comes from living a virtuous life. Read the entire address in the November 2008 Ensign article “A Return to Virtue.”
Six young people of various faiths speak candidly about why they have chosen to be sexually pure.
Elder Dallin H. Oaks shares the story of King David and Bathsheba to explain the importance of avoiding the trap of pornography.
Latter-day Saint teens are counseled to stay sexually pure, but what exactly are the limits?
We are agents blessed with moral agency and are defined by our divine heritage as children of God—and not by sexual behaviors, contemporary attitudes, or secular philosophies.
Be not moved in your desire and commitment to remain virtuous and sexually pure. Cherish virtue. Your personal purity is one of your greatest sources of power.
Being a guardian of virtue means you will always be modest not only in your dress, but in your speech, your actions, and your use of social media.