A few weeks ago I received an email from someone whose marriage is great – they’re in love, get along well with their spouse, everything is good – but the spouse has recently decided they want a child. Continue reading “Married, in love, but suddenly one of them wants kids.”
I’m seeing a lot of questions in my stats, recently, that resemble this: “If he doesn’t want kids and I do, should we have them/should I trick him into having them, anyway?” Continue reading ““Should I have a child?””
In a somewhat recent appearance on Fox News, Fox News writer/click-baiter Suzanne Venker was interviewed about one of her columns, Why women still need husbands, in which she seems, at least, to be writing in the interests of men: Continue reading “Suzanne Venker: possibly man’s greatest enemy”
In her recent piece “What Men Want,” Suzanne Venker once again rallies for us (women, that is) to embrace male-female stereotypes, particularly in a marriage. Or as parents. Or as women married to men we’re apparently supposed to take care of like they’re our children. Continue reading “My husband: My child AND my knight in shining armor?”
Suzanne Venker, in her FoxNews article “To be happy, we must admit men and women aren’t ‘equal,'” proposes that men and women climb back into their 1950s gender boxes so everything can go back to being calm and quiet the way things used to be.
In a November 26 opinion piece,” Urban Cure founder Star Parker (whose website says she’s running for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 37th Congressional District in Los Angeles County, Ca.) writes:
One significant development in the recent election was that voters in four states approved same-sex marriage initiatives. Until now, all previous state referendums to approve same-sex marriage — 32 of them — failed.
The Wall Street Journal editorial page — where conservatives usually turn to for intellectual capital — saw this as cause for celebration.
According to the Journal, marriage definition should come from voters, not from court orders. Continue reading “Star Parker defines marriage”
Yesterday, I was in my favorite store buying myself a non-Mother’s Day present (see ring to left) when