The Whole Story
Reconsidering the narrative of reproductive and sexual health. Find out more here.
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.
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.
In other words, the same education that may keep them out of poverty and give them more control over sex in the long-run costs them control over sex in the short-run. It isn’t as easy as ABC. Economic dependency makes both abstinence and condom usage problematic.
Laurie F. DeRose corrects the narrative that decreased fertility rates necessarily reflect greater female empowerment, warning that advocacy for women’s empowerment as a population policy ought to take to heart three key truths.
Our street-level scientism needs a cure: a liberally educated approach that sees the harmony in the whole of truth toward which we run both by the love of myth and by love of wisdom itself.
The widespread consumption of internet pornography is resulting in more than addiction. The incentive structures created by internet pornography undermine the most basic and crucial institutions of a healthy society and promote social and cultural poverty.
There are serious flaws in the studies cited in the medical publications on which HHS bases its coercive contraceptive mandate, as well as in the reasoning developed within those publications themselves.
Modernity lacks the resources to see beyond the horizon of suffering and death. This lack of vision is correlative to our inability to see our abilities, indeed our very lives regardless of state of physical imperfection, as gift.