The slow, tentative return of women’s lost sense of sexual honour

Something in our nature craves the constraints that produce the rewards an honour code confers. A recent editorial in Canada’s National Post informs us that many indicators, such as a dramatically diminished interest in topless bathing in France, the bellwether of female sexual liberation, point to a return of relative conservatism in women’s attitudes to sex. In North America, teens of all races and classes are starting sexual … Continue reading The slow, tentative return of women’s lost sense of sexual honour

Matt Walsh: Your Husband Doesn’t Have To Earn Your Respect

I’ve discussed at length how men should treat women. I’ve written about the lessons I plan to teach my son; lessons about how he should love, honor, respect, serve, and protect the women in his life. Indeed, men need to respect women, and we, as men, are far from perfect in that regard. Those posts — the ones where I call on us men to improve the … Continue reading Matt Walsh: Your Husband Doesn’t Have To Earn Your Respect

My Father Is a Man Worthy of Honor: Lessons Learned by a Daughter

Truth be told, love is not something that effortlessly streams out when there is someone lovely nearby; love is something we must choose to do, and love sometimes requires showing honor and respect to someone whose honor and respectability may be hard to see. However, the more you act like you love, disciplining your attitudes and thoughts to be loving, the more naturally that the … Continue reading My Father Is a Man Worthy of Honor: Lessons Learned by a Daughter