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
Jason Evert discusses the failures of birth control and condoms and the fact that safe sex doesn’t exist. He cites statistics to show that condoms do not prevent STDs and shares stories about the rise of depression in sexually active … Continue reading
The Institute for American Values hosted a lecture entitled “The Mating/Marriage Dance: a Conversation with Barbara Defoe Whitehead and Kay Hymowitz.” In this video, these two scholars discuss the delay of marriage by emerging adults and post-college graduates and what … Continue reading
Janet Smith addresses the natural law and its precepts from a Thomistic perspective. She reasons, as have moral philosophers before her, that one can arrive at certain universal principles aided by reason alone without divine revelation. In this very articulate … Continue reading
The Family Research Council hosted Dr. Joe McIlhaney and Dr. Freda Bush to discuss their scientific research in the area of the hook-up culture’s effect on the brain and people. These two medical doctors are the authors of the book … Continue reading