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A 'Mormon Influencer' Marriage Breaks Up After the Wife Comes Clean About Their Swinger Parties

Perhaps I'm not alone in this, but I was today year's old when I found out that "Mormon Influencer" is a thing that actually exists. 

Now, I'm about to tolerate religious intolerance. So spare us all your "What does a Mormon Influencer promote? Milk? Juice? Skinny black ties? Magical underwear?" We don't cotton to such bigotry on my blog, mister. Besides, I have to plead ignorance since 95% of what I know about that faith I learned from Trey Parker and Matt Stone. And their teachings might be skewed a little. 

That said I was about one minute older when I found out out that one of the Mormon things that Mormon Influencer Taylor Frankie Paul - and her husband - Mormonly influences is: The Mormon Swinging lifestyle. 

Source - Mormon influencer Taylor Frankie Paul — popular on a side of TikTok dubbed “MomTok” — has revealed that she and her husband were “soft swinging” with their fellow Utah couples in the latest social media drama.

The religious influencer’s 3.5 million followers were already enthralled with their unorthodox Mormon marriage, but a recent scandal has gained traction with TikTok bystanders who once only had MomTok in their peripheral. Now, tens of millions of users are buzzing.

Paul, 28, cited the swinging behaviors as a reason she and her husband, Tate Paul, are getting divorced.

“The whole group was intimate with each other,” Paul revealed on a TikTok livestream. “Tate has made out with several girls and other things, and I’ve made out with all of the husbands and vice versa.” ...

Swinging entails consensual non-monogamy between multiple partners, but Paul’s group reportedly participated in so-called “soft swinging,” which meant not going “too far,” according to Paul.

She’s previously admitted to actually “going all the way” with one person in the friend group, as outlined by Distractify, without approval from either spouse, which was supposedly against the rules. Yet, after revealing her — and the other’s — secret, she said she felt “free.” …

“All my dirty secrets are out and I have nothing to hide anymore,” she stated. “We partied, we were intimate with other people.”

Sweet mother of Joseph Smith. I'll admit that I have sometimes looked down my red Irish nose through bloodshot eyes at Taylor Frankie Paul's religion because they have to go without alcohol, caffeine, tobacco or drugs. But look who's having the real fun while the rest of us are battling hangovers. My own faithful Irish Rose grew up in Belmont, MA, not far from where Mitt Romney lived, and she has many tales of how wild the Mormon kids where on trips with the school band and whatnot. Not that they drank. Just that they were the ones violating curfew and running off until all hours of the night doing Angel-Moroni-knows-what. And if the Paul and their circle of friends' lifestyle is any indication, they were having a lot more fun than us Catholics with our Bud Lights ever could've imagined in our wildest dreams. 

And we could imagine a lot with this one. 

And so TikTok has now become a way to arrange Mormon Swinger parties. It's yet another miracle of modern technology that kids who grow up in the digital age will never comprehend how we pulled it off in the analog days. Along with summoning help when your car breaks down, getting picked up at the airport, and calling a girl you liked. Somehow before all this, people figured out a way to arrange orgies. Mormon, "soft swinging" or otherwise. But it's got to be a hell of a lot easier when you're a hot crazy lady with 3.5 million followers. 

Sorry about your pending divorce, Mr. & Mrs. Paul. Somehow though, I think you'll both have no problem finding somebody.