Neither an anti-discrimination law nor its new regulations will fix the mess that is the current college dating scene and the source of so much Title IX activity.
Tebow, famous athlete and virgin, understood he wouldn’t find fulfillment in casual sex. Funny Twitter memes aside, young men can learn from his example.
The left’s influence on campus runs deeper than transgender pronouns and hateful bashing of our president. They also normalize sexual behaviors that destroy young men and women.
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.
From college campuses to our nation’s boardrooms, women try to pursue sex the way men often do: no commitment necessary. And they’re getting burned.
A widely circulated Jezebel article suggested late last month that Me Too’s next frontier must be ‘the gray areas,’ defined by the author as ‘behavior that is harmful and inequitable but isn’t illegal.’
An Illinois State University student is suing his school because even though they found him not responsible for sexual assault, a premature suspension effectively punished him.
That mother on the other side of the aisle is as afraid as you are for our daughters. Her solutions may seem ridiculous or alien, but they are a starting point to build trust.
In a world where sexual harassment and hook-ups are the norm, Taylor Swift’s new album shows millennial women can still hold high standards about relationships. The old Taylor is not dead and neither are we.
Marriage repays by allowing you to see poetry everywhere, whereas Tinder-based hedonism repays with a burning sensation experienced during urination.
We amateur psychologists diagnosing frustrated males may be ignoring an inconvenient truth: that we are afflicted with the same disorder. Our symptoms just aren’t as severe.
It’s clear that ‘The Talk’ needs to be about more than just sex. Love rooted in reality is what millennials have been looking for after all.
The relentless drive to make men and women interchangeable is not only doomed to fail, it makes us all more unhappy in our relationships.
Homeschool star Joshua Harris’s myopic criticism of dating causes him to miss one of the defining features of the modern sexual ethic: hooking up.
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