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Sexual Integrity

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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Erika Bachiochi – Discovering Sexual Equality in Our Shared Response to Human Dependency

When we recognize, as a matter of priority, the human condition as one that is fundamentally embodied, and so inescapably vulnerable and dependent, we can better understand the nature of sexual complementarity. Seen from this perspective, sexual complementarity becomes sexual … Continue reading »

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Robert P. George – Remarks at SIU 2016

Dr. Robert P. George holds Princeton’s McCormick Chair in Jurisprudence and is the founding director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions. He is Chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and has served on … Continue reading »

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Love, Trust, and Truth: Talking About Pornography When You’re Dating

A Discussion Guide (View full guide here.) Dating can be complicated enough, but pornography has made it even more challenging. Should you tell someone you are dating if you have had a history using pornography, or ask them if they … Continue reading »

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Extramarital Sex and Religion: Democrats vs. Republicans

  By Bradley Wright January 27, 2016 Read the full article on the Institute for Family Studies blog. Its election season, and so, of course, we’re talking about sexual misconduct. On the Republican side is a front-runner who matter-of-factly admits … Continue reading »

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Your Birth Control May Be Killing Your Sex Drive by Interfering With Oxytocin, The Love Hormone

  By Susan Scutti January 25, 2016 This article was originally published here on Medical Daily.  Could birth control be turning you off, not on? For women on the Pill, a new study suggests this could be the case. Hormonal … 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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William Struthers and Dawn Hawkins – On Harms and Hopes: A Look at the Myriad Injustices of Pornography

Pornography is powerful. Our contemporary culture has been ‘pornified,’ and this has shaped our assumptions about identity, sexuality, the value of women and the nature of relationships. One way to consider this is to look at how sexually explicit and … Continue reading »

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Robert P. George – The False Catechism of the Sexual Revolution

  Robert P. George, Ph.D., holds Princeton’s McCormick Chair in Jurisprudence and is the founding director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions. He is Chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and has served … Continue reading »

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Collegiate Sex-Ed

By Ryan T. Anderson his article was originally published here by Public Discourse on February 3rd, 2009. No two undergraduate experiences are quite the same. But the undergraduate years are marked by certain commonalities: students are challenged intellectually, socially, and … Continue reading »

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