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Gender

Walt Heyer and Ana Samuel – Rethinking Transgenderism

Mr. Heyer shares thoughts on transgenderism from an insider’s 70-year perspective: from child cross-dresser at age four to undergoing total gender reassignment surgery at age 42. He will reflect on why he decided to go back to living as a … Continue reading »

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Helen Alvaré – Restoring Culture from Confusion

In the wake of Obergefell v. Hodges, many have been left wondering where to go from here. What are the next steps legally and culturally? What is already being done, and what is there still left to do? Helen Alvaré … Continue reading »

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Understanding Man & Woman | Part 3 of 6 of The Humanum Series

Part three of a six-part series on marriage from the global Humanum conference in Rome. Visit www.humanum.it for more.

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Pornography, Women, and Children

***Video Includes Adult Language and Themes*** Panel presentation at Pervasive Porn conference sponsored by Students for Child-Oriented Policy at the University of Notre Dame on January 31, 2015. Panelists: Mary Anne Layden, Director, Sexual Trauma and Psychopathology Program at the … Continue reading »

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“Sex Change” Surgery: What Bruce Jenner, Diane Sawyer, and You Should Know

By Walt Heyer April 27th, 2015 The dark and troubling history of the contemporary transgender movement, with its enthusiastic approval of gender-reassignment surgery, has left a trail of misery in its wake. Read the full article on Public Discourse.

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Where Has Foucault Gone (Highlights)

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge Dr. Lopez discusses Queer theory and the rights of children in the context of his own personal story.

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Where Has Foucault Gone (Q&A)

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge The discussion continues after Dr. Lopez’s talk during the question and answer session.

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Where Has Foucault Gone? An Archaeology of the Family in the 1950s and 2010s

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge In this full-length lecture on the archaeology of the family, Dr. Lopez discusses Queer theory and its relationship to the shift of the family form the 1950s to now.

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Cultural Suppression of Female Sexuality

This piece was originally published in the Review of General Psychology, Vol 6(2), Jun 2002. By Roy F. Baumeister and Jean M. Twenge Four theories about cultural suppression of female sexuality are evaluated. Data are reviewed on cross-cultural differences in power … Continue reading »

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Bare Market: Campus Sex Ratios, Romantic Relationships, and Sexual Behavior

This study was originally published by PMC, July 6, 2011. By Jeremy E. Eecker and Mark D. Regnerus Using a nationally-representative sample of college women, we evaluate the effect of campus sex ratios on women’s relationship attitudes and behaviors. Our … Continue reading »

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