Let’s talk about marriage
| 01 October 2013 |
Millennials do actually want to hear about marriage from their elders, a professor finds.
Helpful hints for a summer wedding speech
In less than two generations, marriage has undergone an astonishing transformation.
The feminist, pro-father, and pro-child case against no-fault divorce
No fault divorce was greeted as liberation, but the result has been misery for all involved.
Yes, I think we are crazy
... if marriage is only a lifestyle choice. But for us it's much more.
Knot Yet: putting the baby carriage before marriage
One in two mothers in America is now having a baby then marrying later, if at all.
Family structure: it’s an education in itself
An international report finds a clear educational advantage in developed countries for children living with two parents.
Playing for Keeps
George is an ex Peter Pan who is looking for both responsibility and maturity, yet unable to conquer either.
What Is Marriage?
A defence of man-woman marriage combining the precision of scientists with the clarity of good journalists makes for essential reading.
Marriage is any consensual caring relationship, says a feminist philosopher who wants to create a new vision of an old institution.
Maybe ‘I do’
Unless we celebrate marriage as the best environment for raising children, many of them will face a lifetime of poverty.
The mixed legacy of Helen Gurley Brown
The Cosmopolitan editor’s sexual agenda has been a spectacular failure for women. What a shame it obscured some rather good advice.
A thought experiment about marriage
A world in which sexual intimacy could not produce children would never have come up with the idea of marriage.
Without the marriage plot, what’s left of the novel?
When romance and marriage are entirely an individual thing the drama of the characters narrows accordingly.
Parenthood is not just a private project
The state’s role in marriage is essential to protect the rights of children against the mere wilfulness of adults.
What marriage means to today’s young adults
Young working-class adults revere marriage but believe that it is about personal fulfilment and has no essential link to children.
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