Love And Fidelity Network

Words that still matter

Katie Hinderer | 18 February 2013

the hook-up culture forces students to settle for less than who they are and less than what they want in their sexual lives and relationships.

Love and Fidelity Network opposes Harvard student group

Katie Hinderer | 13 December 2012

The Love and Fidelity Network opposes Harvard University’s formal recognition and funding of a group that seeks to associate human sexuality with violence, oppression, and humiliation

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