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 recent episode of the show “Parenthood,” a teenage couple deals with a pregnancy. The girl wants an abortion; the boy doesn’t want her to have it. She gets the abortion, anyway. Continue reading “Leveling the pregnancy playing field”
What readers are saying: Continue reading “FREE on Kindle this weekend! (2.23/24)”
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
Some time ago, I conducted an interview with six childfree men for the website DINKlife.com. That interview was later re-published by The Good Men Project, and every now and then, I’ll receive notifications of new comments posted on that article in my in-box. The following comment (posted at The Good Men Project) arrived this morning:
I never wanted a child and have one now. Continue reading “Didn’t Want Kids, but Had Them Anyway & Now You’re Unhappy?”
When I look at my site stats, I’m always intrigued by the search terms people have entered that led them to my website. And sometimes I’m troubled by them.