To take or not to take, your husband’s surname
Is this, like, a totally outdated tradition?
Homemakers are happier
It's not a popular view, but Biden's right: homemakers are happier than their full-time working counterparts.
What has to change before women can “have it all”
Sheryl Sandberg is now on the board of Facebook -- but there's a bigger buzz this week about an article in The Atlantic entitled, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All".
“Sleeping Beauty taught me to dream”
I was a prime candidate for a girl whose self esteem would be hurt by pop culture princess fairy tales...
Mme Curie and the second shift
Today I went to a public hospital for an x-ray, an appointment that happened to fall on the 144th birthday of Marie Curie (as Google’s doodle reminds us) a pioneer of the technology -- for which we can all be thankful.
Guys v. men
“Where Have the Good Men Gone?” asks the title of a Wall Street Journal essay adapted from Kay Hymowitz's new book, Manning Up.
The other Iranian revolution: divorce
Iran’s Islamic regime may regard the West as morally decadent but trends in Iran are making them more alike. Take divorce.
A lengthy article about evangelical women in a recent New York Times Magazine is not for the faint of heart. Though it’s titled “Housewives of God”, it delves into issues as complex as church, social, and cultural history, and women’s leadership in the evangelical churches.
Teens and porn: a feminist’s worries
A British feminist is sounding the alarm about the effects on teenagers
of easy access to pornography, saying that a skewed view of sex is
becoming the norm in society and the idea of intimacy is dying.
Family Edge looks at news and trends affecting the family in the light of human dignity. Our focus is the inspiring, creative, humorous, annoying, ridiculous, and dangerous ideas in the evening news. Send tips and brainwaves to the editor, Tamara Rajakariar, at tamara.rajakariar@ mercatornet.com