It's a draw in the battle of the sexes and marriage rates are plummeting. Thank the extremists.
Gender equality aims at a self-sufficiency of sameness even in marriage and family life. How many people really prefer that?
The Canadian psychologist has set off left-wing ideological Geiger counters around the world, and for good reason.
Our students are ill-prepared to become voting adults, but the blame shouldn’t be placed squarely on our schools.
There’s no denying that parenting is tough work… but are we making it a lot harder than it needs to be?
It may not be the ideal found in our popular culture, post sexual revolution, but a new data analysis finds that having just one sexual partner makes for happier marriages.
Depriving our children of the beautiful mysteries they introduce would only ultimately impoverish us, and make us less human.
#PostcardsforMacron highlights one of the best ways a woman can expand her influence.
The idea that the state should protect children from their parents should be cause for astonishment among liberty defenders.
Life will be filled with disappointment and grief. You can prepare for setbacks by reading good literature.
Sexbots used to be limited to science fiction movies. Now they are on the verge of being mass produced.
A pre-nuptial interview provides interesting insight.
Could children come before tertiary education?
Feminists hate toxic femininity as much as they hate toxic masculinity.
Are we actually more bigoted and discriminatory toward children when we refuse to promote the traditional two-parent family?
It isn't just about "happily ever after." It's about community, and the lack of it is tearing our marriages apart.
Are homeschoolers the "keepers of the culture"?
No reason to question their gender choice.
Chesterton notes that our birthdays are important for two reasons. First, they remind us that we have been given another year of life. Second, they remind us that we are celebrating the creation of something in which we played no role at all.
As the post-Millennial generation starts to leave the nest, growing numbers of professors and employers are noticing something that therapists have been discussing for awhile: this generation is far too fragile.
Most modern homes are stylish but not cozy, functional but not warm. But having the whole family over can be a way to recreate the coziness which earlier generations enjoyed.
Raising kids to take the punches of life begins with simple things like daily chores and exercise.
Many American women have swallowed the pill and the feminist promise of equality that it sells without question. But is that something we should rethink?
When I taught homeschool seminars in Latin, history, and literature in Asheville, North Carolina, I would wait for a cold spell in February and then email my students to come to class dressed for the weather.
How old must a girl be to consent to a mastectomy?
The results of the study raise serious questions about how families, schools, doctors, government, and the media should grapple with the increasing number of children and teens who self-identify as transgender.
If we want students to try activities, to learn to work hard, to overcome challenges, and pursue their dreams, we need to stop demeaning their activities with something as flimsy as participation awards.
Once the “privileged” sex with many advantages, the American male now seems to be fighting an uphill battle to maintain a fair and reasonable position in society.