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Pornography - Jason Evert

Q. What's wrong with looking at pornography? It's not like you are getting a girl pregnant or spreading STDs.

A. The problem with using porn is that it emasculates men, degrades women, destroys marriages, and offends the Lord.   Read more...

Pornography: Formula for Despair - Donald DeMarco

Pornography takes human sexuality, with its hope of love, fidelity, family, and fulfillment, and turns it into an empty and lifeless husk.  Read more...

Predators upon the flock - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Priestly abuse of minors, sexual or otherwise, inflicts a grievous wound on the Church, the entire body of the baptized. It grievously wounds the victims.  Read more...

Premarital Sex - Janet Smith

Much of what I have to say here about premarital sex is drawn from studies done in the United States. I suspect the US is fairly representative of Western, industrialized nations. And since most the world seems eventually to "catch up" with the United States, what I have to say is likely more broadly applicable.  Read more...

Prepare yourself for the 'Marriage Debate' - Catholic Civil Rights League

Each of us has a responsibility to give reasons for our beliefs. That same-sex relationships are not marriages can be understood and defended by rational people. We have summarized the debate into four strong arguments supporting marriage, four counter arguments to typical pro-homosexual "marriage" challenges, and four responses to red-herring arguments that do not illuminate the debate.  Read more...

Princeton's Anscombe Society - Charles Colson

On Valentine’s Day, let’s congratulate those Princeton students who dreamed up the Anscombe Society.  Read more...

Prominent Psychiatrist Announces New Study Results: "Some Gays Can Change" - NARTH

Dr. Robert Spitzer, “the" instrumental figure in the American Psychiatric Association's 1973 decision to remove homosexuality from its diagnostic manual of mental disorders, has announced a new study, which has altered his beliefs on the issue. "Like most psychiatrists," says Spitzer, "I thought that homosexual behavior could be resisted, but sexual orientation could not be changed. I now believe that's untrue — some people can and do change."  Read more...

Prophylactics or Family Values? - MSGR. SUAUDEAU

In the area of HIV/AIDS, we have treated man as if he were an animal being treated by a veterinarian, forgetting all, the energies he can bring to bear when he is convinced that it is worthwhile acting for something necessary.  Read more...

Proposing Courtship - AMY A. KASS & LEON R. KASS

By holding back the satisfaction of sexual desire, courtship uses the energy of romantic attraction to foster salutary illusions that encourage admiration and devotion; functioning as ideals, they in turn inspire conduct worthy of admiration and devotion.  Read more...

Protecting the Traditional Definition of Marriage in Canada - Stephen Harper

Canadian Alliance Leader Stephen Harper blasted the government of Canada in the House of Commons for its failure to protect marriage in what is being described as the best speech Harper has ever delivered. A motion to affirm the traditional heterosexual definition of marriage was defeated by a vote of 132-137 in large part because of the efforts of Catholic Prime Minister Jean Chretien and the lobbying of members of his caucus.   Read more...

Psychotherapy for the “Gay” Teenager - Joseph Nicolosi

Recently, I received a call from a psychologist who had heard that I specialized in the treatment of homosexuality. He was treating a 13-year-old boy who thought he might be gay, and he wanted some advice. I answered his questions, giving him some direction about his understanding of the case.  Read more...

Purity: Youth Restored - Anthony Esolen

Modern man is like the character Marcus in the book Quo Vadis. He no longer knows what his body is for.   Read more...

Put kids' rights ahead of gay marriage - Margaret Somerville

'Questions are not neutral" is a truism in ethics. The questions we choose to ask and not to ask, frame an issue and its ensuing debate and, thereby, our responses to that issue.  Read more...

Putting the sexual revolution in the dock - Mary Eberstadt

There's more censorship and self-censorship about the legacy of the sexual revolution than about any other current issue out there.   Read more...

Queering the Schools - Marjorie King

At a high school in prosperous Newton, Massachusetts, it’s “To B GLAD Day” — or, less delicately, Transgender, Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian Awareness Day. An advocacy session for students and teachers features three self-styled transgendered individuals — a member of the senior class and two recent graduates.  Read more...

Quintessence of Dust - Donald DeMarco

Chemistry, for the ancient Greeks, dealt not with 92 natural elements, but with a mere four: earth, air, fire, and water. Yet there was an added mystery to their chemistry.  Read more...

Real Love for Homosexuals - David Morrison

As a Catholic and a homosexually-oriented man, I am deeply grateful to the Catholic Church for her position on homosexuality and homosexual acts. Catholicism, almost alone among Christendom’s churches, refuses to patronize homosexuals with a watered-down gospel or brutalize them with a message of irredeemable hostility.  Read more...

Reducing Risk, Increasing AIDS - Matthew Hanley

The predominant Western approach to preventing the spread of AIDS in Africa has failed.   Read more...

Religious Liberty, Blood Transfusions, Cigarettes and Contraception - Janet E. Smith

Brian Hampel, in his March 5 article in the Kansas State Collegian, "Contraception Should Not Be Treated as Issue of Religious Liberty," asks: "If we can require Jehovah's Witnesses to cover blood transfusions, why couldn’t we require Catholics to cover birth control?"  Read more...

Resenting Chastity - Edward R. Sri

Virtue is not something simply lacking in the modern world. It is something many in the modern world actually resent.  Read more...

Retro-Sexual - Mike Aquilina

I’m not exaggerating when I compare Miss Eden’s book to St. Augustine’s Confessions. The Thrill is, as the Confessions was, introspective, hip, a gorgeous piece of writing, and so brutally honest and self-revealing that it’s sometimes painful to read.  Read more...

Same sex adoption is not a game - Richard Fitzgibbons, M.D.

Moves by legislators and homosexual activists to endorse same sex adoption are misguided. Their intentions may be good, but they are ignoring the rights of children and important social and psychological research into the homosexual lifestyle.  Read more...

Same-Sex Attractions in Youth and their Right to Informed Consent - Richard Fitzgibbons, M.D.

Youth have the right to be provided the accurate medical and psychological knowledge about homosexuality by pediatricians, mental health professionals, school counselors, educators and parents.   Read more...

Same-sex attractions: Part I – Sexuality and Homosexuality - Father Paul Scalia

One of the greatest issues before us now is that of homosexuality.   Read more...

Same-sex attractions: Part II - The Church’s pastoral response - Father Paul Scalia

Many myths surround the issue of homosexuality. Some of them arise from ignorance, some from misguided compassion, and some from the misinformation and propaganda of the radical homosexual community.  Read more...


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