French sick of brutish behaviour

“Staying civil right down the line.”

Forget “two mommies” - France will have only “parents”
Carolyn Moynihan | Sep 27 2012 | comment  

A French prayer: “That children ... cease to be the objects of the desires and conflicts of adults in order to fully benefit from the love of a father and a mother.”

Why Sensible, Well-balanced Parents are Superior
Mariette Ulrich | Feb 10 2012 | comment  
I can hardly wait to publish my new parenting book, the thesis of which will run something thus: "German-Swiss-Slovak-Canadian Catholic” parents are demonstrably superior at raising children..."

Mastering the art of French parenting
Carolyn Moynihan | Jan 26 2012 | comment  
After The Tiger Mom, maintenant, voici la mere Napoleon.

Who’s next for liberation in France?
Carolyn Moynihan | Apr 14 2011 | comment  
In a week when a ban on Muslim face veils came into effect in France, a group of MPs there have called for a rethink of laws on prostitution.

‘Vive la distinction’: the gender and schooling debate in France
Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 25 2010 | comment  
France, that bastion -- if not Bastille -- of egalité, has its own debate on single-sex versus co-ed schooling, to judge by a recent opinion piece in Le Monde.
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