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Singapore’s fertility woes call for a rethink of sexual attitudes
Frenzied attempts to boost birth rates in the city state ignore one key statistic: abortion rates.
The Pill: past its use-by date
Actually, the whole idea that technology can deliver consequence-free sex has outlived its shelf life.
A Thousand Hills
The leadership of a
remarkable soldier-president could turn the ruins of Rwanda into the Singapore of
Smiles and laughter Down Under
What's it like to be part of the biggest youth festival on earth?
Raising free-range kids
Helicopter parenting just doesn’t work with four kids and two pets to keep an eye on.
Big bother bites the dust
Celebrations are called for as a gutter TV show ends its run, but expect more heated battles in the future.
Economy and character building ensures that a family of 12 keeps its carbon output modest.
Catholic and cool in Sydney
After years of being booed offstage, the curtains have again opened and God is being greeted with tumultuous applause.
Tell it to the marines
A few weeks in a Marine boot camp works wonders, says a proud father.
Does sex have a future?
The world's leading science journal sits on the fence.
Monkeying about with evolution
Why do some people of faith distrust evolutionists? The reasons can be found in the notorious Scopes Monkey Trial.
Religion in a ‘different strokes for different folks’ world
The latest Pew survey of religious sentiments shows that Americans are tolerant and confused.
To the Castle and Back
The hero of the Velvet Revolution reflects on his years as president of the Czech Republic.
Apes get rights in Spain
O for the glory days of Spanish radicalism.
Summer family movies - and some are not
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, and Wall-E get the thumbs up from our reviewer but Get Smart is not recommended for family viewing.
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