The harmful trends that Sorokin described in his book, many of which were cause for only moderate concern in their own time, would become much more extreme in subsequent decades, and today are generally acknowledged as a major source of … Continue reading
Mary Ann Glendon is Learned Hand Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. Click here for book reviews.
Adam and Eve after the Pill examines as no book has before the seismic social changes caused by the sexual revolution. In examining human behavior in the post-liberation world, Eberstadt provocatively asks: Is food the new sex? Is pornography the … Continue reading
A Tale of Two Ivies: How Our Nation’s Most Elite Universities Lost Their Way and Sold Their Souls to Porn Stars, Sadomasochists, and Sexual Obsession
Michael Hannon, former Student Fellow at Columbia reviews Nathan Harden’s book, Sex and God at Yale. Click here for article.
Dr. Anthony Esolen from Providence College authors an insightful and witty reflection on the results of the sexual revolution, coupling irony with common sense all centered around the crux of this statement: “I can conceive of no other thing more … Continue reading
Dr. Robert George, Sherif Girgis, and Public Discourse editor Ryan Anderson write a second reply to Kenji Yoshino’s critique of the essay “What is Marriage?” — and it’s pretty devastating. This is a fabulous defense of natural marriage that is … Continue reading
Opening remarks by conference moderator, Christopher Tollefsen, Ph.D., University of South Carolina Award-winning student essay, “Disconnected Libido and Limitless Hedonism: The State of Sex on the Modern Campus” by Justin R. Hawkins, Georgetown 2011 “The Person as a Gift” by … Continue reading
From Dorm Room to Classroom: Effectively Responding to Critiques from Friends, Peers, and Professors
Cassandra L. Hough, Love and Fidelity Network Sherif Girgis, Ph.D. candidate at Princeton; J.D. candidate at Yale Law School On most campuses, traditional moral views on sex and marriage are met with indifference or hostility, and their proponents are deemed … Continue reading
Opening remarks by Cassandra DeBenedetto, Director of the Love and Fidelity Network and conference moderator, Matthew J. Franck, Ph.D., Radford University “Sexuality, Integrity, and the University” Mary Eberstadt, Hoover Institute Robert P. George, Ph.D., Princeton University