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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
Fathers bring distinctive talents to the parenting enterprise. The work of psychologist Ross Parke, for instance, indicates that fathers are more likely than mothers to engage their children in vigorous physical play (e.g., roughhousing), to challenge their children — including their daughters — to embrace life’s challenges, and to be firm disciplinarians. Not surprisingly, children benefit from being exposed to the distinctive paternal style.
It happened. Princeton’s Anscombe Society hosted five outstanding speakers in five days in an effort to spark dialogue amongst students and convince president Shirley Tilghman to consider allowing a Center for Abstinence and Chastity on campus. The week was launched … Continue reading