In the ongoing debate about religion, politics, and abortion, far less attention has gone to how the desire to do whatever people want sexually shapes the entire conversation.
However popular it’s become to portray parents concerned about sexualized scenes in books as somehow secretly motivated by bigotry and racism, it’s simply not true.
We need to carefully weigh the complex factors that put children at risk of abuse against satisfying narratives of institutional treachery.
The nationwide experiment in widespread elective abortion is coming to an end. As we try to newly establish a pro-life culture, we will need to expect more from both mothers and fathers.
Motherhood is not merely a function of “those who give birth” but rather an eternal path characteristic of all womanhood.
If we seek to be more honest, a good first step would be to improve our relationship to the people we are being dishonest with.
Proponents emphasize how in vitro gametogenesis will ‘dismantle completely the reproductive structure of heterosexuality.’