Culture

October 2, 2017

Pray for Hefner’s Soul: It’s a Dirty Job But Someone’s Gotta Do it

As the tidal wave of digital ink begins to recede, I find myself wondering: “Is anyone praying for Hugh Hefner?” Some weeks ago, my wife and
October 23, 2017

#MeToo: My Harassment Came at the Hands Of Male ‘Feminists’

After news broke that Harvey Weinstein is a serial harasser and suspected sexual abuser, women across Twitter shared their experiences of harassment and assault with the
November 6, 2017

No Tears Here for Teen Vogue

“The overwhelming response was: Why now, when the brand seemed more in the spotlight than ever?” asks New York Times writer Bonnie Wertheim in a eulogy
November 29, 2017

We Need Masculine Virtue: Let Me Womansplain

Over the holiday I read a remarkable news article about a father-and-son “Good Samaritan” duo who pulled a woman from the burning wreckage of an accident
November 29, 2017

Miss USA Contestant Is a Pro-Life Miracle Smashing the Media’s Narrative

It’s a dangerous irony. The media are only too happy to praise the accomplishments of people with Down syndrome. But, at the same time, they turn
December 3, 2017

From College to Christmas: An Advent Reflection

Advent is a season of reflection and revelation. It’s a time for us to pause and separate the noise that clutters our lives with anxiety, temptation
December 6, 2017

Models and Media Sexualize Christmas for ‘Feminism’

Big name models, backed by the media, are using Christmas—a Christian holy day remembering the Virgin Mary’s birth to the world’s Savior—to flaunt sexuality. But it’s
December 15, 2017

Want to Stop Sexgate 2017? Stop Feminism

Last spring, I was riding the subway from Manhattan to Brooklyn when a fight broke out between two teens and a middle-aged hipster. As the altercation