Once, after a Sunday meeting, I went to a nice restraunt with 7 other people from my congo. 2 were dating couples, the rest were singles like me. We were all over 18. We saw an older die-hard pioneer sister off in a corner, dining alone. After our drink orders were taken, we all gradually went over to her, said "hello" and asked if she'd like to join us. She was polite, smiled and declined. The following Wednesday night, we were all informed by an elder (who was obviously on our side) that a "certain sister" brought it to the attention of the elder body that unchaperoned, co-ed groups of young people were going out "on their own" after meetings and she was offended that we had no "adult supervision."
1.) Had she accepted our invitation, she could have served that supervisory role for us.
2.) The majority of us were on our early to mid-20s. I'll take "young people" as a compliment, but... supervision?
BTW: Had she not been there, we would have definitely had the girls take their tops off and dance on the table while spanking our monkeys...damn...she totally BUSTED us!