Divorce has finally hit its lowest point in 50 years, and studies show coronavirus is giving couples a renewed appreciation for each other and for marriage.
Leftists are attacking Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett for having a view of marriage entirely in keeping with a proper reading of scripture.
Planning a wedding during societal shutdowns reminded these couples of an age-old lesson: don’t get caught up in the ceremony, because it’s the marriage that matters.
Every argument supporting gay marriage—‘Love is love,’ ‘we deserve equal protection under the law,’ and ‘we’re not harming anybody’—also supports group marriage.
In a humorous and heartwarming story of ‘catfishing’ actually working, Guy Benson’s likeness catalyzed the romance between a couple who will be married next weekend.
Professor Stephanie Coontz was recently published in The New York Times informing us that if the straights would make our marriages ‘gayer’ we would be all the better for it.
Mexican weddings require guests to assume exorbitant costs, make bold presumptions about guests’ travel preferences and abilities, and pose unnecessary security and health risks.
The ‘love is love’ strategy was so successful for the gay marriage lobby, why should polygamists reinvent the wheel?
Men often feel defensive when confronted with their porn addiction, but it’s not just their problem: It becomes a burden for their entire family — especially their hurting wives or girlfriends.
The most fundamental duty of government toward marriage is to recognize its reality and enforce the legal contract at its heart. This is what the Manhattan Declaration called for 10 years ago.
Despite the struggle monogamy may be for many couples, human beings and cultures thrive more in the absence of polyamory.
Working Mother published an article by Zawn Villines that alleges anything less than a perfect 50/50 split in household labor is domestic abuse.
The wedded woman worshiping marriage is no holier than the feminist idolizing herself. Married people do single women no favors by hinging their worth on a person who doesn’t exist in their lives.
After reading the latest installment in the ‘my husband disappoints me’ genre in The New York Times last weekend — this one penned by a clinical psychologist — I’d say we have a trend.
I’m grateful that gay conservatives are fighting the religious bigotry being imposed on people of faith this era of ‘tolerance.’ However, gay marriage presents a more significant threat to another vulnerable group.
Gay marriage changed me. I found purpose and connection unlike anything I ever knew before. Can’t this coexist with religious Americans’ rights?
Young people are highly motivated to do the work, and they want a marriage that will last. The one caveat is: they have to trust the people they are working with and see value in what is being offered
Women are vastly less likely to end up in the workplace than society teaches them to expect when they are, say, considering college decisions.
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