Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. In case you didn't know how shaving armpit and leg hair for women became a norm, you can blame the relentless advertising campaigns. At the beginning of the 20th century, women, and of course society in general, couldn't care less about the hair growing on their bodies. However, after sleeveless dresses came into fashion, advertisers began targeting women's armpit hair, encouraging women to remove them. Then followed leg hair.
A person is most likely to find cellulite near their thighs or butt or around their breasts and arms. It is, at the most basic level, fat that sits under the skin and pushes on connective tissue, making the skin dimple. While it's not totally clear what causes it, weight gain and pregnancy may make it more pronounced , even though people of all weights have it. Dimpled skin is a natural feature, and yet all too often we shame people — particularly women — for having it. While there are ways to try and minimize the appearance of cellulite, there's another option: celebration, or at least acceptance, of cellulite.
Usually, when Mormon girls marry non-Mormon men, these women forsake their religion and revert to ordinary American woman. Let them see the good in you, and believe that their son or daughter has found a good match. At that point we quit going and focused on her goals and family bonding. The divorce factor may allow some women to experience single-faith marriage at some point as some Mormon men marry multiple Mormon women over the course of their lifetimes, but the overall point stands: The only options for these women involve seeking a partner outside of the church, or a lifetime of celibacy.
I think Bob, the answer can be found in your comment. Good luck and my prayers are with you. Finding a person with whom your wavelength matches, and around whom you feel you can just be yourself, talk about anything, and not be worried about being judged, is not as easy as the romantic movies and TV soaps make it out to be. Even if she does, you'll be the reason in her family's eyes. I love how this applies to ALL marriages. Although there are no strict rules as to who should do the asking, the Mormons are very conservative and in general, they expect guys to do the asking. Either you are just fun for now or she wants to change you. If it's true, it'll come out of the criticism looking better.