The Importance of Motherhood

(source) We live in a no-brainer age in which the very concept of motherhood is now under attack. Thus we must come to the defence of mothers and motherhood. This seems odd, given how valued mothers have been throughout human history. Mothers provide invaluable benefits to all, and their work is priceless. As Ann Crittenden... Continue Reading →

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What America Has Done To its Young People is Appalling

(Source) Critics are perhaps too quick to judge America’s young people, citing declining SAT scores, obesity, drug overdoses, addiction to smart phones, bizarre alterations of personal appearance and high rates of (alleged) mental illness. It’s just too easy to be annoyed at how some of the cashiers at the local grocery store seem unable to... Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Not to Make Your Kids Share Their Toys

(source) I don’t make my kids share their toys. I arrived at this decision after careful consideration. Unfortunately, that decision isn’t an easy one to discuss with other parents, mostly because it appears that my stance endorses selfishness. Nothing could be further from the truth. Like many other parents, I think it’s very important to teach... Continue Reading →

Is miscegenation bad for your kids?

(source) Mixed-race couples mysteriously now dominate so many TV commercials. MSM good news: Edinburgh University’s Dr Peter Joshi and his team, analysed health and genetic information in 100 studies conducted worldwide, including details on more than 350,000 people, living in both urban and rural areas. They did find that “genetic diversity” (their term for “mixed-race”) is associated with higher... Continue Reading →

How Dads Affect Their Daughters into Adulthood

(source) Conversations about the importance of fathers usually revolve around sons: how boys benefit from having a positive male role model, a consistent disciplinarian, and a high-energy roughhousing partner on their way to pursuing career and family success in adulthood. But as recent research shows, fathers also affect the lives of their young adult daughters... Continue Reading →

Why I supported my autistic daughter’s social transition to a man (and I regret)

(source) FightingToGetHerBack lives in the United States with her husband and 17-year old daughter Zoe. Four years ago, Zoe made the surprise announcement that she was transgender. FightingToGetHerBack shares her personal story to illustrate how even smart, educated parents can be emotionally blackmailed into supporting their children’s transition.   For almost a year, I actively supported my... Continue Reading →

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