I've found it quite interesting talking to several young ones who lead double lives. The sad thing is, I don't find these ones so wicked. I find them basically good kids who got a little messed up because no one had any time for them, or attempts to relate were rather lame.
The irony is that while talking to one while he was smoking a cigarette, out of nowhere he says, "but I still believe its the truth". He's not the only one who has said this. Several others who also have problems with drug use, fornication and other disfellowshipping offences say the same thing.
They all are not "informed", and neither do they really care. They just "know" or "feel" that its "the truth".
I found it rather interesting, and yet disturbing at the same time. What they learned from childhood has such a hold on them, yet the thing that has such a hold exercises such little influence in how they live their life.