sex and society
Abuse is a social, not just a legal problem
Identifying offenders is all very well, but isn’t it time to make some social changes?
What a great Roman historian can teach us about IVF and egg freezing.
Rotherham: lessons from a British sex abuse scandal
Beyond the easy targets there’s an issue that challenges all of society.
Think that legalizing same-sex marriage won't affect its supporters' moral standards? Think again.
A third way between gays and bigots
A new documentary presents a strong case for the Catholic stand on homosexuality.
Challenging the meaninglessness of sex
Sex means something to us even if we cannot bring ourselves to admit it.
Is the gay bullying plague in schools a myth?
An Australian doctor questions "safe school" and"gay-straight alliance" programs.
Celebrity swimmer Ian Thorpe comes out
In a tell-all interview, one of Australia's most famous athletes admits that he is gay. Is he?
Will the unmasking of abusers be a catalyst for change?
With Rolf Harris in jail, perhaps people will reconsider the beauty of Christian morality.
Stopping the panic over Britain’s paedophiles
What the country really needs is a new moral ecosystem.
Does sex have a purpose?
On the answer to this question depends the future of marriage and the family.
Mother bodies, father bodies
How parenthood changes us from the inside out.
Marriage, marketing, and intimidation
Proponents of same-sex marriage haven’t won in the arena of ideas but through manipulation and threats.
Why taekwondo won’t save girls from date rape
Miss USA says that girls need martial arts. What they really need is to stay out of harm's way.
Making gay okay - and criticising it taboo
Robert Reilly talks about his new book on the rationalizing of homosexual behaviour.
Hillary Clinton on gay marriage: did she evolve, or just wait?
It took the gay rights champion until 2013 to come out on this issue. Why?
The transgender movement is not the new civil rights frontier
A leading psychiatrist has dumped cold water on the successor to same-sex marriage.
Democracy and morality: ancient and modern
In classical Athens, homosexuality was not banned, but it was generally considered dishonourable.
Physician, heal thyself: preventing sexual violence in war zones
A summit in London this week ignores the problem at home, in peacetime.
In the beginning: why all forms of marriage in the Bible are not equal
The only form of marriage that existed before the fall was between one man and one woman.
Gender beyond the binary: implications for marriage
The legal recognition of new gender identities will further distance marriage from the natural family unit.
Same-sex marriage: coercion dolled up as civil rights
Stop treating Brendan Eich as a one-off – gay marriage is inherently illiberal.
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