Towards a sexual counter-revolution
Review of a film that all millenials should see.
Santa’s healthy tips: throw away the pudding and eat the sixpence
Calorie counting humbug.
China’s regional demographics
The one child policy's effects vary immensely throughout the country.
Love thy body: Christianity’s answer to modern schizophrenia
A new book tackles hard questions about life and sexuality
An innocent bishop acquitted. Did anyone notice?
Philip Wilson's reputation has been trashed. Who will pick up the pieces?
Conservative America: more marriage, less strife and more faith in the institution
And it's as much about culture and community as about cash.
UK’s ageing issues
How to cope in the years ahead?
Are plants intelligent?
After animal ethics, is the Next Big Thing going to be plant dignity?
Creed II, Rocky and fatherhood
Rocky movies are lessons in fortitude. Never give up. Always keep going.
Euthanasia deaths in Quebec rising rapidly
Is death-by-doctor becoming normalised?
Syria, and the unintended effects of ‘toppling evil tyrants’ in the Middle East
Ethnic-religious tensions were ignited with devastating effects for minorities.
Advice for transgender ‘free spirits’
It's an updated version of the Flat Earth theory, complains one scientist
It’s time to kick an abortion giant out of Kenya
Marie Stopes International has been called to account, but decisive action should follow.
Reading Matters 2018 Gift List
There's no better gift than a book!
More bad health news from the USA
Opioids and suicides up, life expectancy down.
The New York Times reveals painful truths about transgender lives
Gender dysphoria deserves real care and support.
Becoming Michelle: good sense about family marred by identity politics
Michelle Obama’s memoir is inspiring and irritating by turns
‘Comparative religion is the true multiculturalism’
Camille Paglia on the dearth of meaning in youthful lives and how to remedy it.
Let’s create a right!
December 10 marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Egypt proposes scary new population control measures
And the U.S. will be helping to fund them.
Dorothy Day: ‘a saint for our times’
Discerning beauty amidst a harsh and demanding life.
The rise and rise of Wicca
The astonishing growth of witchcraft in the US is a little-understood phenomenon
Donald Trump, the upside: he’s forcing journalism to do better
Rather than fix divides, journalists often rally around themselves
Children: the trans money-maker
A British doctor is convicted of illegally offering services to children as young as 12.
Architects of Victoria’s right-to-die law publish ‘manual’ on how to push legislation through
A Ministerial Advisory Panel reviews its success