A North Carolina magistrate thought she lost everything when she was forced to resign from her job due to her religious beliefs. She sued the state over discrimination and a federal judge awarded her $300,000.
Both outspoken feminists find themselves attracted by elements of the traditional life script seemingly at odds with their public image.
The newly released ‘The Joy of Intimacy: A Soulful Guide to Love, Sexuality, and Marriage’ includes practical suggestions for deepening intimate bonds.
For children and nearly all couples, there is no such thing as an easy divorce. And when we tell them divorce is not that big of a deal, we invalidate their pain.
Jimmy Kimmel’s interview will not make the point that we should all expect better of the president, or hold up fidelity as an expected norm in marriage.
Elise Crapuchettes argues that medieval Catholic theology and modern feminist ideology both validate women largely in terms of their external production.
In a stunning reversal of traditional gender roles, it is women, not men, who are now reluctant to walk down the aisle.
Women need to stop dating men who spend years keeping them waiting with the suggestion that they might someday be ready to start a life together.
Sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox joins Federalist Radio to discuss marriage and the baby carriage. His research dives into the economics and social impact of getting married.
In the decades since my parents’ divorce and through the years of my marriage, I have learned no-fault divorce is one of the biggest lies of our culture.
The sexual abuse and harassment sweepstakes we are witnessing today is the direct result of our society deciding that Christian morality is narrow, repressive, and above all, not cool.
Social norms have changed so completely that what was radical in 1972 more closely approximates the cultural right than the cultural left in 2017.
Ted Wheeler may not look so bad to those whose fathers were abusive or absent (or both). Indeed, despite his flaws, he’s not even close to being the worst father in ‘Stranger Things.’
The supermodel got married this weekend. We saw far less skin than Kate Upton’s usual—and we loved it.
Love Saxa is in danger of being stripped of its status as an official student group at Georgetown University. Its offense: holding to a Catholic view of human sexuality.
Marriage repays by allowing you to see poetry everywhere, whereas Tinder-based hedonism repays with a burning sensation experienced during urination.
Despite the gains women have made economically, most don’t want to be providers and protectors. And men don’t want to be dependent on their wives.
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