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

Video: The Economics of Sex

Editor’s note: While this video makes good points about how the populous is governed by human nature rather than morality as well as the effects of morality on the culture, all worth consideration, be forewarned that once the video ends the suggestions which Youtube automatically puts up will most likely not be suitable for any audience. Ever wonder why men seem to make less effort … Continue reading Video: The Economics of Sex

Sauntering beyond good and evil

Michael Cook has written an excellent post over at Mercatornet, responding to what results when we reject a Transcendent Creator/Lawgiver: “The religious fundamentalists are correct: without God, there is no morality. But they are incorrect, I still believe, about there being a God. Hence, I believe, there is no morality.” This startling syllogism comes from Joel Marks, a retired professor at the University of New … Continue reading Sauntering beyond good and evil