Tag Archives: chastity
by Matthew J. Cavaco What could possibly be more exciting than having Matt Fradd speak at your college campus? Having him ride shotgun in your car beforehand, that’s what! On Tuesday, February 24, Matt Fradd traveled to Providence, Rhode Island … Continue reading
While Sex Week at Yale (SWAY) and its counter-part, True Love Week, received national media attention this past February from the O’Reilly Factor, US News , USA Today , and NBC, another Ivy League multi-day event on sexuality slipped by … Continue reading
Most women still want to be princesses, and most men still seek to win a woman’s heart. Hefner and Sanger diminished the person to the mere sum of parts, yet we know that men and women are remarkable and multifarious, fantastic and so much more. There is still magic in the differences of the sexes—and what a joy it is to encounter them! Indeed, our world contains the possibility of being radically altered by this ‘other,’ who, through the eyes of love, suddenly becomes much larger than we saw before.
This article was reprinted from here. Another school year is in full swing. Frat houses around the country are once again swollen with partygoers and intoxicated youth. Sunday mornings once again mark the regret of thousands of young women who … Continue reading
In modern times, much derision is put upon people who wish to stay sexually pure until marriage. The decision to stay a virgin, or chaste has been something that has seen no end of ridicule in popular forms of entertainment. … Continue reading
Those who reject the college hook-up culture and defend the ethic of sexual integrity are frequently accused of being idealists. “How can you expect all young people to abstain from all sex before they get married? It’s ridiculous to demand … Continue reading
Woodrow Wilson once said: “You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here … Continue reading
Students often ask for recommendations on good reading material to back up their positions. During the holiday break, take advantage of the extra time away from classes to grab a good book and get comfortable with a warm holiday drink. Or, give the gift of knowledge to your friends and family! Now is the time to consider what gifts would be appropriate for friends and family. Here are some books we recommend…
Fortunately, there are students across the country ready for change, and recent years have seen the emergence of a cultural movement to reclaim sexual integrity on campuses. Groups of students are springing up all around the world, seeking answers to their questions in the hope of rising out of this deep fog of confusion in the realm of dating and sexual intimacy.