But the tagline could just as easily have been: Watch this and decide. The movie, which duck beach lds singles at the Seattle International Film Festival on Wednesday night, tries to help people better understand Les by showing us in our "natural habitat" doing "normal things.
Which makes the documentary basically a very sophisticated home video of my vacation with my friends. My older and more experienced friend Bryn told me about this amazing vacation for older Mormon singles.
Evidently pds had started out as a very intense social mir where single Mormons could go to find a spouse duck beach lds singles also having fun on the beach. But, she told me; it had evolved into a four-day weekend of debauchery full of sex, booze, and wild experimentation.
Things had gotten so out of hand that Church officials had strongly advised local bishops to discourage their singles from going. It all sounded pretty crazy to me. Speaking of which, there was duck beach lds singles very little "hooking up.
And sadly, no one in my house found lasting love.
The hopeless romantic in me chafes at the idea of such hokey and choreographed attempts at finding love. I feel the same way about Duck Beach that I do about online dating.
Duck Beach, for me, was more of an opportunity to rediscover that familiar feeling of being with people who innately understand a huge part of who I am. I could just be.
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