Control over one’s own body is the basis of all freedom. If the government can mandate injections in the name of health and welfare, then it can mandate other procedures as well.
In Disney’s ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,’ the prince does have permission to kiss Snow White. He just doesn’t get it in writing and signed in triplicate.
The Seventh Circuit’s decision in Planned Parenthood v. Box II is wrong, but also providential because it provides a perfect vehicle for the Supreme Court to revisit its abortion jurisprudence.
Each grand movement to liberate mankind finds itself backing into forms of government that dispense more and more with the lingering conventions of ‘the consent of the governed.’
Not everyone seething about the ongoing abuses by local potentates is going to file a lawsuit, but everyone can contribute to a shift in the national mood.
Philosopher Pierre Manent’s slim new volume ‘Natural Law and Human Rights,’ points the way toward recreating a society that is rooted in consent of the governed rather than fear.
Vanessa Springora’s spotlight on the crimes of Gabriel Matzneff shows it’s past time for France to stop excusing evil because of the perpetrator’s status.
The unfortunate answer is that originalist interpretations don’t give us a complete roadmap, and smart people vociferously disagree on how to move forward.
Posthumous sperm collection has been going on in the United States since the 1970s. Its authorized procurement and use has been determined on a case-by-case basis.
The left is simple: When nature is a barrier to total sexual gratification, then it is an obstacle to be conquered. But when nature enables gratification, then it must be sanctified and obeyed.
Barbra Streisand is backtracking after admitting she believes Michael Jackson molested children, but then defending his ‘sexual needs coming from whatever childhood he has or whatever DNA he has.’
Arguments for legalizing prostitution hinge on two points: What consenting adults do is nobody’s business but theirs, and freedom requires allowing people to sell sex.
We’re living in an era where the prudes are running the whorehouse, attempting to establish some things as sacrilege despite nothing being sacred.
Maxine’s rapidly changing identities seem like a coping mechanism or phase. Her father thinks doctors should hold off on pumping her full of hormones.
We shouldn’t feed the fearmongering Twitter frenzy. Instead, we should have an honest discussion about how prevalent sex-based violence really is.
Proposing marriage to the woman they love is a rite of passage for men. We don’t need to destroy that.
Bridget Phetasy, writer for Mel Magazine and Playboy, joins Ben Domenech for a discussion on modern dating and the future of Playboy.
Do women really want an organized list of workplace demands over lifestyle that includes sexual behavior?
In her raw, human account, Courtney Sender struggles to find an answer to a riddle many in my generation face: If I consented to casual sex, why do I feel abandoned when my partner leaves?
Writer and co-host of “The Femsplainers Podcast” joins Federalist Radio to discuss the latest in radical feminist expression.
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