Maddi Runkles is just a small symptom of a larger dilemma within the church: holding unwed, pregnant teen girls to a separate set of standards than others who fall from grace.
Professor Sally Hunter told single mother Morgan King she doesn’t need to miss class again if she can’t find childcare. Just bring the baby to class.
This study firmly shows that across the world marriage confers the best chances for stability for children. Yet adults are increasingly choosing not to provide their kids that optimal environment.
The show gives needed closure and depth in some of its most important relationships. It’s good, enjoyable, funny. But the ending ultimately disappoints.
There was nothing easy or convenient about a new pregnancy for April—but she refused to turn to abortion for answers. And Blessing Jubilee was born.
The show could have approached the topic of abortion with thoughtfulness. Instead, tragically, ‘Jane the Virgin’ makes light of it.
Moms and dads are not interchangeable units. And if mothers can attend events meant only for dads, fathers-only gatherings become meetings for anyone, losing their entire purpose.
Moral outrage over many basic parenting choices is not only illogical and statistically unfounded but a hallmark of the new class war.
New poverty statistics can’t show that fighting poverty is more difficult and more expensive because of America’s fragmenting and chaotic families.
Abortion is often considered a third rail in politics and media. But NBC’s show ‘Parenthood’ courageously explored pregnancy and its effects.
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