Editor’s Note: Pun intended. As they struggle to contain spiraling health-care costs, both government officials and medical experts are finding new reasons to encourage Americans to practice healthy personal habits. But in two new studies, researchers adduce evidence that—official preachments notwithstanding—only the country’s married couples are likely to adopt such habits. In the first study, completed in 2013 at Indiana and Arizona State Universities, researchers … Continue reading It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him.
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
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
From Carolyn Moynihan at Mercatornet: Writer Erica Jong, one of the flag-bearers of the sexual revolution, wonders, in the New York Times, why her daughter’s generation is not interested in sex. Sexual passion, that is. “Fear Of Flying” stuff, perhaps, though I have never read her famous women’s lib tract. She first discovered the shocking news about lust, it appears, while editing “an anthology of … Continue reading Too much, for too long