Sex and society articles

sex and society

Paypal’s gay picnic threat: a symbolic masterpiece in disguise
Zac Alstin | 26 May 2016
tags: online shopping, same-sex parenting, satire
The online giant reveals surprising artistic depths.

Give Elsa a girlfriend? No, give the kids a break
Carolyn Moynihan | 18 May 2016
tags: Disney, Frozen, LGBT activism
The campaign for Frozen 2 politicises children’s entertainment, and that’s unfair.

The hidden dualism of transgenderism
Andrew Mullins | 29 April 2016
tags: dualism, transgenderism
Persons are a body and soul package, not reducible to body or psyche.

New same-sex parenting study: more anger, irritation
Mark Regnerus | 29 April 2016
tags: children's health, same-sex parenting, social science
Is the science settled, or just unsettling?

Transforming the right to privacy
William C. Duncan | 28 April 2016
tags: privacy, rights, sexual revolution
From a right to be left alone, privacy has become a tool to erase the truly private sphere.

The scientific objectivity of gender difference
Glenn T. Stanton | 14 April 2016
tags: femininity, gender difference, masculinity
The prevailing “cultural construct” theory of gender is more rooted in ideology than actuality.

The long and winding road
James Parker | 22 March 2016
tags: gay advocacy, homosexuality
A one-time activist reflects on his journey out of the gay lifestyle

Men struggle with porn addiction, some women want to feed it
Carolyn Moynihan | 10 March 2016
tags: pornography addiction
Good news and bad news about one of the greatest evils of the 21st century.

The collapse of gender sanity
Rachel Lu | 26 February 2016
tags: gender roles, Republicans, women in the military
Waging war on innate sexual difference.

Feminism forgets the primacy of private life
Belinda Brown | 18 February 2016
tags: feminism, work of the home
Its assumption that the public realm is the most important hurts women and families.

Where are all the men? Dating in the 21st century
Bernard Toutounji | 09 February 2016
tags: dating
Women were keen, but we had to beg men to come to a dating event.

Was there anything really new about the New Year’s Eve attacks in Cologne?
Carolyn Moynihan | 13 January 2016
tags: Cologne attacks, refugees, women's rights
Not if you look at the big picture of sexual crimes.

Founder of Femen Brazil now makes war on feminism
Carolyn Moynihan | 06 January 2016
tags: feminism, gender theory
Sara Fernanda Giromin discovers motherhood and happiness.

New men, new rights
Daniel Moody | 05 January 2016
tags: same-sex marriage, transgenderism, transsexuality
If the State decides what a human being is, it can also define the scope of his rights.

Toward Plural Marriage: Understanding and Countering the Liberal Wringer
Scott Yenor | 17 December 2015
tags: liberalism, marriage law, plural marriage, polyamory
Exposing the hidden moral teachings of the contemporary liberal perspective.

My Life on the Road: a feminist’s journey
Carolyn Moynihan | 11 December 2015
tags: book reviews, feminism
Gloria Steinem looks back but avoids the present in her new memoir.

On human sexuality, conservative victory is inevitable
Jeremy Neill | 10 December 2015
tags: culture wars, sexual revolution, sexuality
The old rules exist for a reason.

Huxley’s 21st century utopia
Emily Watson | 03 December 2015
tags: Brave New World, consumerism, sexual revolution
How does today's consumerist culture compare with the Huxleyan World State?

The godfather of gay rights
Alan Branch | 02 December 2015
tags: Alfred Kinsey, homosexuality
Alfred Kinsey was an agenda-driven reformer with a dark background.

Behind Australia’s safe schools campaign
Michael Cook | 02 December 2015
tags: Australia, Safe Schools Coalition Australia, same-sex marriage, sex education, Victoria
Do parents really know what their children will be taught about the LGBT universe?

White Ribbon Day: Protecting young women from violence
Carolyn Moynihan | 25 November 2015
tags: violence against women
8 things that every girl should know.

White Ribbon Day: Not all violence against women is equal
Barbara Kay | 25 November 2015
tags: feminism, honour killings, violence against women
The feminist focus on ‘patriarchy’ ignores cultural differences.

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