“Where are the good Christian men?” That question is being asked by single Christian women across America.
Kim Brooks suggests that childhood has been ruined by many culprits including screens, food, and lack of play. But she also believes that our approach to child-rearing has undergone a dramatic change.
Thackeray was a brilliant observer of human nature. His advice on how to raise children deserves to be taken into consideration.
From its origins as a movement of hope and support, some of these sites today are the domain of frustrated males who rage against women, successful men, and society in general.
In response to the wave of mass killings this year, it’s being shouted at any available political figure.
Why have we rejected classic children’s books for the chaotic mess of modern children's books?
For their unorthodox views, some physicians are being treated as medical heretics. Google’s search engine algorithm has essentially ended traffic to their websites.
Before you choose to birth strike for the uncertain good of the planet, it might be wise to consider these almost-certain truths.
One in ten Americans meet their spouse at work. However, in the mid-1990s, almost twice as many Americans met their spouse at work.
A top British judge takes a crack at answering.
Christine Lindstrom and her family have been a part of the roadschooling movement for the last three years.
Frank Beard's “30 Days of Gas Station Food” experiment shows that Americans enjoy a a bevy of nutritious food options, even in the places we least expect them.
Rather than criticizing teenagers as lazy and in need of more control and structure, we should recognize the ways our culture infantilizes its teens.
Listening to “Baby Shark” is akin to torture. Yet somehow that song has racked up a staggering three billion views on YouTube. Who is watching it? Why aren’t parents putting their feet down?
Feminists go ballistic over a romantic incident.
Reclaiming our common humanity in the art of classic movie storytelling
Kathy Zhu has shown that political correctness conquered beauty pageants.
Taylor Swift's most recent music video portrays American Christians as toothless know-nothings. This isn't satire; this is propaganda.
The idea that parents get in the way of children’s education and can halt their flourishing is nothing new. It's also false.
If mass migration advocates were truly concerned about the plight of children, they would reexamine U.S. policies that incentivize foreign nationals to come to the border.
How do people account for the discrepancy between projections and actual working hours? There are some popular explanations, all of which share one commonality: they blame the phenomenon on the shortcomings of individuals.
The Little Mermaid is a great story that teaches how to deal with unrequited love.
We've created a culture that suggests basic life skills are beyond the young's comprehension.
Natural fertility takes over the App Store.
It’s unclear why the NEA would vote against re-dedicating itself to “increased student learning."
The U.S. national women’s soccer team is good at two things: making divisive political statements and nagging us about not getting paid enough.
When viewed analytically—based on how much money they generate—women in soccer actually make more than men.
The real question, though, is what should be done. How can society as a whole give people the tools they need to raise children – or at least have a true choice about whether or not to do so?