Mormon pornography is a subgenre of pornography themed around the Mormon religion. According to the journalist Isha Aran, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) views Mormon pornography as blasphemous, and most directors and performers in Mormon pornography are ex-Mormons. Mormon pornography typically depicts sex acts between actors and/or actresses portraying members of the LDS Church. Mormon elders are depicted as domineering over their multiple wives, who obediently submit to their husband's commands, treating participation in the act as a sacred duty. Performers may be (initially) dressed in temple garments, and the setting may be the inside of a Mormon temple. In accordance with stereotyped Mormon norms, profane language is absent.
Aran writes that the genre originated in 2010 with the launch of the gay pornography site MormonBoyz.com. Website founder Legrand Wolf claims to be an ex-Mormon with a doctoral degree from Brigham Young University.  The site MormonGirlz.com, launched in 2014, by a woman known in the industry as Brooke Hunter, a 33-year-old ex-Mormon, features both heterosexual and lesbian relationships between Mormon characters.
- Convent pornography
- Homosexuality and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Law of chastity
- Masturbation and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Mormon cinema
- Pornographic actresses of a Mormon background
- Dark, Stephen (July 20, 2015). "Mormon-Themed Porn Unites Sex, Faith and Celluloid". Salt Lake City Weekly.
- "Mormon-Themed Porn Is Apparently a Booming Business". Vice. December 5, 2014.