You just need to figure out where your girlfriend is. They believe that the body is a temple that needs to be worshiped, and that inner beauty is more important. I'll tell her that we are strictly friends for now on. By those standards, I was a failure, my husband wasn't "good enough" - and my daughter had ambitious real goals that required a lot of time and effort. Otherwise her family will likely feel incomplete to her. No beliefs are protected from challenge, the rules of evidence, or derision. I entertained without him, but with frequent phone calls, lol. I feel like I am under the microscope. Her goal is to make you mormon.
Even if the church believes a bunch of crazy nonsense, and she believes it too, I still really like her and would like to see whether we can have some good intellectual conversations about this stuff. It has hit me that this relationship is a double standard wherein since we are not married yet, he is not obligated to help me, yet he says once I'm done with my boards and match into residency, we will get married. I'm sitting here after a hour night shift, still having to wash and fold his shirts for his return, clean the house, keep the pantry stocked up as well as support my business, feeling quite resentful of the fact that he's being wined and dined by the upper class at fancy restaurants. If I were you, I would just nope out of it and move on. Rights of all genders are supported here. Alot of TBM women won't even consider dating non members.
When you make the best choice for you, blessings will follow. My wife and her family are a good example of this. When my nomo husband does go to church we discuss the talks. Look up all the threads of people who are dealing with their true believing spouses -- the guilt, the silence, the bad communication, the hostage-taking. Take your date to a club with loud music and an open bar, or an R-rated or violent movie, and the prospects of it going well are daunting. Marriage is serious business and we are in it together despite our spouses shortcomings. I've done the pre-med, med school, residency, etc.
But it does make it hard for me to develop and strengthen our relationship. And to clarify, what I mean by physical demand is something that requires energy I don't have, like having sex or going for a walk. I recommend that talk. But if your faith is a key part of your life, this is huge. I have seen love prevail over beliefs.