She is passionate about it. Follow your heart and live life with no regrets. By the way, I have had to get another job to help make ends meet. The misogyny is deep in the Mormon church. I feel a sense of freedom would come with it, but I am also afraid of what this could mean for us in the long run. I knew a woman who married a man who converted to the church and she spent the rest of their married life telling him he was not good enough. I wouldn't end a relationship with her, just as I wouldn't deny someone a job, or refuse to socialize with someone who is a Mormon. Nothing less will do.
The scenario where she refused to watch a possibly 'anti' documentary and wanted to watch church-sanctioned material sounds like a red flag. That was my experience. It has been closed. I don't think anyone here intended a dismissal of the girl as a human being by stating such. And no I would not pressure them to convert but as a Latter-day Saint I would pray for them to convert as I do for many people I know and love. I just pray daily that no matter what we end up doing we are 30 min or less away from each other. Your attempts at being funny or lightening the mood may backfire, and your date may be put off. Leave her so you can both find people that youre more suited for.
No respect for people's time or relationships. Do you have any knowlege of the bible. Never marry someone with the goal of a post-marriage conversion. I guess I was just hoping there was way for it to work. A good place to go is to a museum, hiking, or to a park. I married a non-member over 20 years ago. Then she took a vacation to Utah and in her letter to me she stated that she had seen the Temple, and I never heard from her again.
The point to this story is that when he had any free time he wanted to spend it with me. All faiths have vocabulary unique to them. Not in endless discussions of temple marriage, not ever. Things are very hard for me right now too.