Practicing a religion has many positive affects for you and your family, but how you practice your faith matters almost as much as having one to begin with.
The TradWife movement is a valuable reminder about the fulfilling nature of working in service toward others, instead of just serving ourselves.
Perhaps there’s still hope for American masculinity.
Five of the biggest lessons I’ve gleaned from five years of balancing motherhood with freelance work.
The Trad Wife movement has drawn the ire of feminists. Shouldn't we allow women to stay in the home if its what makes them happy?
Some easy ways families can work together, live below their means, and build meaningful connections with one another.
It's possible that modern parents are doing their children a disservice by constantly striving to ensure they are not bored.
The message of Netflix's "Marriage Story" is not one of liberation, but one of deep-rooted narcissism that tells us marriage is a trivial affair.
Super Bowl LIV's half time show was an introduction to pornography for a large segment of America who just wanted to watch a football game with their family.
Dads today are much different than they used to be, and neither conservatives nor liberals quite know what to make of this change.
Government bureaucrats intervening into the lives of American citizens often leaves people worse off then if they had been left alone.
Kobe Bryant's letter to his younger self reveals a great deal about the economic realities of modern American society and human nature.
Why is media glamorizing female violence against men? Surely all violence is to be discouraged... right?
Drag Queen Story Hour started on the West Coast and has spread at an alarming rate to schools and libraries across the United States.
A society such as ours which “embraces total sexual freedom” soon comes to ruin.
Is the best life a life with the least stresses, the freedom to do anything, and no-one around to have to compromise with; a life in which you can experience as much pleasure as possible?
American parents are ready to bend over backwards to enable their kids' food autonomy. Could this be the exact opposite of what they should be doing?
Californians have family lives full of contradictions, where they publicly endorse one lifestyle, while they live in an entirely different manner.
As hard as it may be to believe, women use men as much as men use women, and women want babies as much as men want sex.
The fertility industry is an exploitative, morally bankrupt business which misleads and damages the people who donate their genetic material.
At age 14, Alina Morse achieved “the American Dream.” How did it happen?
Parental burnout is a serious problem, but is it one that we could solve simply by stepping back, taking stock, and readjusting the way we approach it?
An NPR story aired last week with the headline, “How Should We Regulate Homeschooling?” Short answer: “We” shouldn’t.
When you have an argument, what do you look for from your partner? Emotional support can be good, but there are downsides.
The world is waking up to the problem of low fertility rates, as the demographics of America shift dramatically towards the elderly and towards immigrants.
The staff at Intellectual Takeout participated in a highly non-scientific poll to crown our favorite Christmas movies. What are your Christmas favorites?
Women are starting to propose to their boyfriends. What's behind this trend and can we expect it to continue?
There are reasons why you don't know many people who have their birthday on Christmas, or New Years Day, or April Fools' Day.