Fewer marriages, fewer fathers
Fathers matter, and marriage is the one institution that binds men to their children.
Australian defender of marriage passes away
Christopher Pearson, a columnist for The Australian, speechwriter, and strong defender of traditional marriage, passed away on Friday.
The top marriage myths debunked
An American marriage and family academic is making the case that marriage is still a social good.
Defending traditional marriage
A forum on marriage at the World Congress of Families provided a strong defence of marriage.
World Congress of Families starts in Sydney this week
The vital public issue of marriage will be front and centre at the World Congress of Families in Sydney.
Mother’s Day and same-sex parenting
Can we celebrate motherhood and still support denying children the right to a mother?
The case against no-fault divorce
A convincing feminist, pro-father, and pro-child argument against no-fault divorce.
Sarkozy playing for both sides?
Is Nicolas Sarkozy trying to have Marie Antoinette’s cakes and eat them at the same time? It might seem so. He has responded to a series of questions put to him and other French presidential candidates by the gay lobby in France and from his answers it is clear he wants try to play this game.