Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s new film raises a good question: Does our culture have an unhealthy relationship with porn? In Verily’s upcoming Nov/Dec Issue, Mary Rose Somarriba gives an answer. Continue reading
“Love is a choice, made every day. We believe [marriage] is a commitment to permanency, renewed even as we ourselves change. Love is a virtue, as much as it is an emotion. Marriage challenges the individual to exercise love with humility, loyalty, and selflessness. It is not easy, nor does it guarantee lifelong happiness. But to those who see love as the highest virtue, a life of relationship and belonging is the highest vocation one might find.” Continue reading
“Thanks to late marriage, easy divorce, and the well-paying jobs that the feminist revolution has wrought for women, the bars, clubs, sidewalks, and subway straps of nearly every urban center in America overflow every weekend with females, young and not so young, bronzed, blonded, teeth-whitened, and dressed in the maximal cleavage and minimal skirt lengths that used to be associated with streetwalkers but nowadays is standard garb for lawyers and portfolio managers on a girls’ night out.” Continue reading
J. Budziszewski, Ph.D., University of Texas-Austin It takes very little reflection to see that we aren’t designed for hooking up. Then what are we designed for? We have a biological and an intellectual design; what is our sexual design? … Continue reading
Porn stars lecturing on campus, rampant sexism, and Taliban in the classroom, are just a few of the things not so sexy about Yale University today argues recent graduate Nathan Harden in his new book is “Sex and God at … Continue reading
Father Robert Barron, founder of the global ministry, Word on Fire reflects on sexual liberty and the hookup culture. Click here for full article.
In a series started by the Daily Princetonian, writers will reflect on love, sex, and dating on Princeton’s campus. Click here for full article.
This article explores the common claim that about 1 in 4 women are the victims of rape or attempted rape while at college. Mac Donalt dismantles the statistic while simultaneously showing that university officials’ response to the claim would not … Continue reading
McGinley argues the case that manliness and femininity unite in chivalry. He argues against the claims by modern feminism that chivalry is misogynistic and harmful to the equality of women. He explains the relationship between the replacement of chivalry with … Continue reading