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Category Archives: Children

Jennifer Roback Morse Lectures at CUA –
“Homo Economicus & the Sexual Revolution”

by the CUA Anscombe Society Officer Team Two weeks ago the CUA Anscombe Society co-hosted a lecture with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse. The subject of Dr. Morse’s lecture was “Does Homoeconomicus Have Attachment Disorder?” In her lecture, Dr. Morse spoke … Continue reading »

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Mean Girls and Children’s Rights at CUA

By Andrew Debter This post is a reflection on Andrew’s first LFN campus event as a staff member. What was supposed to be a lecture on children’s rights turned into a shouting match at Catholic University of America. Robert Oscar … Continue reading »

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Every Child Deserves a Mom and Dad

June 18, 2014 Love and Fidelity Network Staff Tomorrow we will be in Washington, DC marching for marriage—for the belief that every child deserves a mom and a dad. We will be joining thousands of others from across the nation … Continue reading »

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Hope for our future here

It’s our great privilege to share these reflections on LFN’s 2013 conference from one of our guest speakers, Alana Newman, founder of the Anonymous Us Project. Video recording of her talk will be available soon on our website. Thanks, Alana, … Continue reading »

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Rethinking an old game and a little Pill

This post was submitted by Robert Smith in response to the Love and Fidelity Network’s 6th annual conference on Sexuality, Integrity and the University. Robert is a senior at Dartmouth College. Editor’s note: The Love and Fidelity Network does not … Continue reading »

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The New Phobia of Fecundity

By Cassandra Hough Last week, discussion of a new phobia made waves on the social media circuit: fecundophobia. Mollie Hemmingway, writing for The Federalist, explained that “fecundophobia” is the growing fear of children and fertile women.  She sites ample evidence … Continue reading »

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Summer Reading, Part II: Cultural Trends in Dating, Mating, and Marriage

  In Part I of our suggested summer reading list we provided some of the basic arguments regarding marriage, family, and sexual integrity. In Part II you’ll find a set of books describing trends in modern relationships including the effects … Continue reading »

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Taking Action: Part II

Editor’s note: The following is the second of a two-part interview with a former student in the University of Pittsburgh’s Anscombe Society, Gabriel Xavier.  The first installment focused on memories of his time at Pitt. In this installment he focuses … Continue reading »

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Yes, Virginia, Culture Does Matter

By: Cassandra Hough At our 2012 national conference, Dr. Robert P. George noted that the sexual revolution was spurred by an idea – the very bad idea that freedom and happiness are found in a lifestyle of casual sex and … Continue reading »

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New Study Shows Children Fare Better in Traditional Mother-Father Families

In this reputable and newly-released study, Sociologist Mark Regnerus reveals how children fare better across measurable indicators when they are raised in a stable intact home with their mother and their fathers, as opposed to same-sex families. The study has … Continue reading »

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