Grace Stark
Grace Stark
Grace Stark
Grace Emily Stark holds a M.A. in bioethics and health policy from the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics at Loyola University Chicago. Her writing has been featured in the Public Discourse, The Linacre Quarterly, The Federalist, The Daily Signal, the National Catholic Register, and Aleteia, among others. She lives in San Diego, CA, with her husband and son.
Freezer Malfunctions Underscore The Dark Realities Of Artificial Reproduction

The recent malfunctions at two major fertility clinics expose more than just the technical failures of the assisted reproductive technologies industry.

Politics In Everything Has Become Today’s Midas Touch

Rather than unify us, like King Midas’s ‘golden touch,’ politics corrupts everything it touches, rendering those things incapable of bringing us joy.

Every State Needs To Pass ‘Simon’s Law’ To Prevent Charlie Gard Cases Stateside

As hospitals seek to mandate the timing of life and death, more states need to affirm the rights of parents to determine the welfare of their children.

If You Love Romance And Adventure, Ditch Feminism

Go ahead: Ditch your job to follow the man you love halfway across the world.

Suffering Steals No Dignity From Joey Feek Or Anyone Else

Suffering doesn’t rob a person of dignity. To say otherwise cheapens the life of Joey Feek and everyone with a terminal illness.

Marriage, The Ultimate Creative Endeavor

Millennials are drawn to creative pursuits. Just wait ‘til they hear about marriage.

How People (Including Gwyneth Paltrow) Get Food Stamps Wrong

Is the point of food stamps survival, or living large off other people’s hard work?