The Whole Story

Reconsidering the narrative of reproductive and sexual health. Find out more here.

Michael Bradley

Moving Forward in the Abortion Wars

Charlie Camosy’s Beyond the Abortion Wars is an accessible but challenging and provocative book that everyone with an interest in abortion ought to read.

Christopher Damian

The Absurdity of Non-Transgenderism: A Critique of a Critique

When someone claims to be transgender, we need much more to say than, “No, you’re not.”

Robert Oscar Lopez

After Indiana, Gay-Marriage Supporters Should Look in the Mirror

When the debate over gay marriage has receded, when their gay guardians are dead and buried, when the world has moved on, these children will still never be able to recover their heritage.

John Keown

Physician-Assisted Suicide: Improving the Debate

Enough has been said to suggest that major arguments used to justify PAS and VAE—autonomy, compassion, and public opinion—are far less persuasive than they may at first appear. This explains why the case for relaxation of the law has met with far more failures than successes around the world.

Christopher Tollefsen

Pornography, God, and Universities

Pornography diminishes our freedom and erodes our grasp of truths about sex, marriage, family, self, society, reality, time, and God. If so, the widespread presence and use of pornography on a university campus should be a source of very great concern.

Michael Bradley

Redeemed by Grace, Liberated for Truth

Ignatius Press introduces Redeemed by Grace, Ramona Treviño’s moving account of her journey from successful Planned Parenthood manager to pro-life activist.

Leah Libresco

A New Danger to Expecting Mothers: Statistical Illiteracy

The very way we talk about the accuracy of a medical test is flawed. Yet correcting these biases and misunderstandings isn’t just a matter of urging a patient not to take a test too seriously; sometimes the right answer is not to do a kitchen sink screening test at all.

Patrick Lee

Total Brain Death is a Valid Criterion of Death

Even if brain-dead bodies do possess coordinated living functions of some sort, they are clearly not sentient organisms, and therefore not human organisms. Whenever total brain death does occur, the human organism has died.