Pornography doesn’t go far enough to promote genuine love, which we can see primarily in three areas: conjugal love, relationships, and privacy.
Betrayal is an inversion of love, and perhaps its greatest perversion. What, then, to do with a traitor? What he will not do for you.
The only compelling reason to embrace the doomsdayers’ radical interpretation is that it pairs well with your aversion to sucking the snot of a toddler’s nose.
Life is short, as the Paris attacks have shown. Use it to do something bigger than whining about minor irritations, as November traditionally reminds us.
A recent study supposedly shows that nonreligious people’s kids are more willing to share than religious people’s kids are. Not so fast.
Look, dude. A mildly dented dog food can doesn’t give you the right to demand a discount.
James Bond represents a benevolent and socially acceptable form of self-assertiveness.
I used to dislike children. Now I’m a father, by choice. Here’s what fatherhood means to me.
Only children get the reputation for conceit, but excessive conceit is really the hallmark of their parents. And the damage they are doing to America is about to peak.
Kim Kardashian’s new book of “selfies” isn’t evidence of too much self, but of too little.
To help Millennials embrace adulthood, perhaps it’s time to give them ways they can do that even if they’re not married or financially comfortable.
It’s time for feminism to stop being oversensitive to potential victimization and start thinking about how women can help make the world better.
On our wedding anniversary, I consider some lessons marriage has taught me. A few are counter-cultural; some are surprisingly not.
A world where everyone takes Taylor Swift’s advice and plugs his ears to all criticism is a world where being rotten person bears a much smaller social cost.