Tag: the Sexual Revolution

A defense of the natural family

In the same article I responded to earlier today, Chris Kenny made the further claim, To argue children do best within a marriage with a mother and a father is not fair or accurate. It insults widows and widowers, divorced…

Rabbi Sacks on the vulnerability of children post-Sexual Revolution

This is a clear and sobering summary following the publication of the report by Children’s Commissioner for England, The Children’s Commissioner’s Report on measuring the number of vulnerable children’, of the situation facing children in the aftermath of the Sexual Revolution. Rabbi Sacks points out previous studies that show that increased vulnerability to poor economic and social outcomes is largely the result of the decline in marriage as the principal social order in which children are generated, cared for, and educated.

 

Je suis Margaret

Ever since Margaret Court expressed her displeasure at Qantas’s public support for marriage redefinition there has been a persistent effort across the media to discredit her without attending to her position. This accelerated as previous public statements where again aired that indicated…

The marks of the Sexual Revolution

In a recent essay, Catherine Deveny wondered whether men should also be granted the ‘right’ of an abortion, though here only a ‘financial’ abortion; women are still to be granted not only the right of abandoning their child, but of destroying…