sex and society
Gender identity in an age of cultural confusion
Can one change one's gender?
Playing David to the Goliath of gay rights groupthink
Abandoning those who want help for homosexuality is not an option.
Sexual orientation change efforts and the campaign to ban them
A MercatorNet interview with California psychologist Dr Christopher Rosik.
Where’s the harm? Assisting change in adolescent sexual orientation
It happens naturally, so why not in the therapist’s office?
Free speech: what banning ‘gay conversion therapy’ will really stop
A professional therapist explains his work and what it is not.
Flight, fight, reform. What comes next for marriage defenders?
Is withdrawing from the battle front really an option?
Cognitive dissonance on a national scale
Why is the redefinition of marriage so significant?
Don’t use my pain as a weapon: infertility and same-sex marriage
Infertility is a loss for us in a way it can never be for a same-sex couple.
Transgenderism: a pathogenic meme
Gender dysphoria should be treated with psychotherapy, not surgery.
‘Safe sex’ means risky sex for teenagers
A new international study in links this message with earlier but not safer sex.
Sorry, feminism is not about choice
Liberal feminism asks nothing of women and delivers nothing in return.
We, too, need a #NOlostgeneration campaign
What lies beyond the bizarre expansion of children's rights to euthanasia and sex change surgery?
An African-American woman reflects on the transgender movement
The more our society tries to free itself from gender stereotypes, the more it becomes enslaved to them.
Womanhood in peril at the trans frontier
Caitlyn Jenner’s cover picture has feminists fuming, but there are more radical moves to fret about.
What if we were all honest as Bruce Jenner about the things that make us uncomfortable?
‘No, you can’t get treatment for your child’s gender confusion’
An Ontario bill would ban a proven therapy for children suffering gender dysphoria.
Why moms and dads both matter in marriage
Courts and legislatures cannot alter biology or psychology.
Making differences disappear: the evolution of science on same-sex households
Revisiting a same-sex parenting study: re-analysis or "impression management"?
How the wrong kind of rights harm children
The new sexuality rides roughshod over children's rights and welfare.
Conceived in violence, children of Boko Haram captives may bring meaning to mothers’ lives
We should not jump to conclusions about motherhood after rape.
Will 2015 be the last Mother’s Day ever?
The family is evolving, so perhaps we have finished with this celebration.
The troubling history of “sex change” surgery
Enthusiasm for gender-reassignment surgery hides a trail of misery.
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