Noelle Mering
Noelle Mering
Noelle Mering is the arts and culture editor for She received her undergraduate degree from Westmont College in California and did graduate work in philosophy at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. Noelle and her husband live in Southern California with their six children.
Is Sexual Autonomy Worth The Cost To Human Lives?

We might look at the modern dating world and ask ourselves if this life of illusion that we are fighting so hard to preserve is one worth protecting at the price of innocent human lives.

We Hide The Truth About Abortion Because It Condemns Us All

We are a culture awash in self-acceptance. This is seldom more apparent than in the way we speak of—and try not to speak of—abortion. 

Here’s The Danger Of Weaponizing Legitimate Suffering For Revenge

That Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed isn’t a slap in the face of all survivors of assault. He isn’t confirmed because sexual assault doesn’t matter, or because Sen. Susan Collins is anti-woman.

Virtue Signaling Is Now A Cheap, Prolific Substitute For Actual Virtue

The less prone we are to self-examination, the more self-aggrandizing we become in our denunciations. It’s making our society harsher.

Since Its Debut 20 Years Ago, ‘Sex And The City’s’ Profoundly Unrealistic View Of The World Has Hurt Women

In the same way that the show had an outsized influence on women’s fashion, so too did it influence their behavior. The latter didn’t work out so well.