The Price of
“Except for the internet, it’s hard to think of any other single phenomenon since the 1960s that has re-shaped humanity around the world as profoundly as this particular revolution. The “revolution” refers to the changes in sexual behavior and mores following the widespread adoption and approval of reliable contraception over a half-century ago.” – Mary Eberstadt The legalization of abortion soon followed and feminism super-charged attitudinal changes in both males and females, reducing the “cost of sex” and forever altering relationship dynamics. This unit discusses the revolution’s impact on all of society how we might return to a cultural of sexual integrity.
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John King – I’ve been scorned for not adapting to and celebrating my parent’s new sexual identities
I was ten years old when my Mom told me she was a Lesbian. It’s amazing...