A guest post by Andrew Lilico
Dressed up in fine words and aspirations, a traditional European marriage was at root a deal. The parties agreed to have sex with each other and only with each other, and to provide materially for one another and for any children of the union. In practice, by and large, . . . → Read More: Guest Post – Should legal marriage imply consenting to sex?
This is going to be a controversial post and I make no apologies for that. OK, I make a teensy apology for it. I’m sorry if you take offence at what I write. I’m not trying to offend you, I’m just trying to get to the underlying issues in the responses to a recent . . . → Read More: Predatory Consent?
It has become apparent to me over the past few days engaging with people on social media on the issue of same-sex marriage that the over-whelming majority of the proponents of the current moves to change the legal definition of marriage have absolutely no idea *why* they are asking for this change. What I mean . . . → Read More: Redefining Marriage
I kid you not.
Apparently Singapore has a real problem with dropping birth rates threatening a major drop in the population. The solution?
This advert from Mentos suggests that patriotic Singaporean citizens use the celebrations tomorrow night to celebrate Singapore’s independence to, well, help fix the problem.
One things for sure, the campaign couldn’t . . . → Read More: Government Sponsored Sex?
Adrian Thatcher’s new book in SPCK’s “Modern Church” series, Making Sense of Sex is a masterpiece of liberal theology which relies upon dictating the basis of theological truth to derive its outcome of validating sexual relationships traditionally condemned by orthodox Christianity. This is no bad thing – after all, it’s not as if Thatcher is . . . → Read More: Making Sense of Making Sense of Sex