This Week‘s Featured Article


No one seems to know what a woman is.

The World Health Organization recently announced it will be updating its gender mainstreaming manual “in light of new scientific evidence and conceptual progress.” The guidance addresses how gender inequality affects health outcomes. Going forward, it will place an emphasis on “intersectionality,” “equity,” and the idea that gender is “a continuum” and biological sex is “not limited to male or female.”

The desire to remove discriminatory barriers to healthcare is admirable, but importing an extreme-left framework isn’t the way to do it. How can anyone advocate the well-being of women and girls without an accurate understanding of who among us are female?

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House Passes Same-Sex Marriage Bill.

The U.S. House of Representatives approved the “Respect for Marriage Act” Tuesday which would enshrine same-sex marriage into federal law.

The purpose of the bill is to repeal the “Defense of Marriage Act” (DOMA) which was passed in 1996 to define marriage for federal purposes as the union of one man and one woman. DOMA also allowed states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages approved by other states. Read more

Child of polyamorous family may have 2 dads and 1 mom, Buenos Aires judge rules.

“It is not taking away the value of the genetic load of each one, but displacing the importance of the relationships that before were given only by blood ties towards the heart of love and solidarity. The Court has pointed out that the American Convention does not establish a closed concept of family, nor does it protect only one particular model of the family,” the judge said. Read more

Study: Marry Young, Marry Your First, Stay Married.

The traditional model of marriage — not always honored in practice, but as the societal ideal — was to marry young without living together first, and with the aim of a lifetime commitment. The supposedly sophisticated critique of this model has argued that young people should do other things besides form families, that one should try on multiple relationships first, that 21-25-year-olds aren’t mature enough for lifetime commitments, and that living together first is a good test run of whether the relationship will endure.

Sociology professor and National Marriage Project director W. Bradford Wilcox explains that his latest empirical study along with demographer Lyman Stone supports the traditional view, not that of its critics — at least among religious Americans, who may start off with the advantage of taking marriage more seriously in the first place. Read more

Parenting/Parental Rights

CDC Directs LGBT Children to Secretive Chats About Sex Changes, Activism, the Occult.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is promoting to youth an online chat space that discusses sex, polyamorous relationships, the occult, sex change operations, and activism, and is specifically designed to be quickly hidden while being used. It also mixes LGBT adults and children and is run in part by Planned Parenthood. Read more

Pediatric Gender Medicine and the Moral Panic Over Suicide.

The affirm-or-suicide mantra has become the central strategy of contemporary transgender activism, and at times it would seem that activists have little else in their rhetorical arsenal. Federal courts have used it to impose new policies on schools under Title IX. When Florida passed the Parental Rights in Education Act—a law that limits classroom discussion of gender identity and sexual orientation to “age appropriate” circumstances and that requires schools to notify parents when their children are being “socially transitioned” to the opposite gender—Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg agreed with his husband Chasten that it would “kill kids.” Florida’s law was in response to, among other things, books like Gender Queer: A Memoir, which contains graphic depictions of oral sex, appearing on school library shelves. The book’s “non-binary” author, Maia Kobabe, countered that her book’s presence in libraries was “life-saving.” Read more

Simple Tools for Improving Your Child’s Study Skills.

Many kids hate studying because they equate it with wasted time and effort. But being able to study effectively will directly benefit them. Good study habits also can lead to additional success in school and life. Here are four tools your children can use to better develop their study skills. Read more

Sanctity of Life

Sweden pushes increased abortion in Africa under the guise of ‘self-care’: UN insider.

Sweden’s formalized strategy recognizes that to expand access to abortion in Africa, it must first transform the pro-life cultures frequently found in African nations. To accomplish this, Sweden seeks to re-brand and sell abortion as “self-care” to the populace. Meanwhile, Sweden’s population control allies seek to provide to the native population abortion pills, often illegally, to be self-administered and without a doctor. Read more

Pro-Life Women Defy the Myth That You Need an Abortion to Have a Good Life.

There seems to be almost no end to the falsehoods generating from abortion proponents in the aftermath of the Supreme Court Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturning Roe v. Wade. Women will be arrested and prosecuted for pursuing abortion, they will be denied care for ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage, they will be kept from crossing state lines to procure abortion, they are being given misinformation or having their data and privacy compromised by pregnancy help organizations; it goes on. Read more

Study Confirms Most Late-Term Abortions are Done on Healthy Moms and Healthy Babies.

Live Action News reports the study from ANSIRH, a pro-abortion research group at the University of California, contradicts the popular claim that most late-term abortions happen because of serious health problems with the mother or her unborn baby.

According to the study, women have third-trimester abortions for a number of reasons, including difficulty obtaining an abortion, the inability to afford an abortion earlier, failure to realize she was pregnant earlier, and medical problems with the unborn baby. None of the abortions in the study were because of medical problems with the mother, according to the report. Read more


23 Years of CCP Persecution: How Falun Gong Became the ‘Most Oppressed Group in Chinese Society’.

Tortured, beaten, imprisoned, killed, and ostracized. Falun Gong practitioners have routinely suffered these abuses at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for the past 23 years.

Their accounts of persecution include being sentenced to forced labor camps, shocked with electric batons, deprived of sleep, raped, denied employment or expelled from school, among many others—all because of their faith. Read more

Christians Face Increasing Intolerance? Poll Reveals Americans’ Stunning Take on Faith and Religious Liberty.

Not only do the majority of Americans believe religious liberty is on the decline (54%), but nearly six-in-10 (59%) say religious tolerance for Christians in the U.S. is on the decline. This latter proportion believes Christians are “increasingly confronted with intolerance,” according to Lifeway.

Notably, the majority of people in every religious group — Catholics (59%), Protestants (69%), and those of other religious beliefs (52%) — agree that Christians face ramped-up intolerance.

This viewpoint is even held by 41% of people who are not affiliated with any faith. Read more

Russia will “neutralise internal threats” posed by “radical” religious associations.

According to the Security Council, these groups are “carrying out their destructive activities under the guise of humanitarian, educational, cultural, national and religious projects”.

This influential institution led by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and the Vice President of the Council Dmitri Medvedev, says it is a duty of the Russian institutions to “neutralise internal threats to national security”.

Any kind of “permissiveness” with “the use of religious dogmas for negative purposes, generating religious extremism” should end, the Security Council agreed in the meeting. Read more



Los Angeles Unified School District has adopted a radical gender-theory curriculum instructing teachers to work toward the “breakdown of the gender binary,” to experiment with gender pronouns such as “they,” “ze,” and “tree,” and to adopt “trans-affirming” programming to make their classrooms “queer all school year.” Read more

New Jersey Dept. of Corrections Transfers ‘Transgender Woman’ Who Impregnated Two Female Inmates.

One of the most controversial facets of the gender identity debate has been the insistence by transgender rights advocates to house transgender women inmates in women’s prisons, whether those inmates have “transitioned” or not. Read more

Stop Biden’s Title 9 Rule Change.

Biden’s Department of Education is proposing a new rule that will put women’s safety and privacy at risk, and deprive women of athletic and professional opportunities. It would do so by radically rewriting Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

The new rule, proposed by Biden’s Department of Education will redefine “sex” as used in Title IX to include “sex stereotypes, sex-related characteristics (including intersex traits), pregnancy or related conditions, sexual orientation, and gender identity.” You can take action by submitting a public comment by September 12, 2022. Read more