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The Women’s March on Washington: Ignoring female gendercide and marginalizing pro-life women

From the Mission Statement for the upcoming Women’s March on Washington Saturday, January 21, 2017: The Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to the world that women’s rights are human rights. We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.

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Motherhood Matters: Making homework worth the struggle

We’ve all been there. Your child, who moments ago was energetically bouncing off the walls, now can hardly muster the strength to keep his head off the table. “Come on. Finish your homework,” you say sternly. He slouches, he sighs, he fiddles. “Just do it,” you plead. “Then you’ll be done. This doesn’t have to take this […]

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US abortion rates lower than they’ve ever been since Roe v. Wade: new study

Data from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute indicates that the number of abortions in the United States is lower than it has been since Roe v. Wade in 1973. The Guttmacher Institute is claiming the drop is due to increased contraception use. But a pro-life expert insists the long-term data shows pro-life legislation is responsible.

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The Women’s March Should Welcome Pro-Life Women, Not Shun Them

Will pro-life women join the upcoming Women’s March on Washington? That’s what Emma Green reported on Monday for The Atlantic, noting that “as many as a few hundred” women who oppose abortion could be in attendance:

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10 Easy Ways Kids Can Beat Internet Filters

Did you know there are over 1.1 billion websites on the internet? That’s a lot of places for kids to wander! Many concerned parents try to limit inappropriate internet use by using parental controls and filters on their kid’s devices. Many tech savvy kids merely see filters as fences to climb over. Even if your child doesn’t seek a […]

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Think Trump’s ‘not normal’? I’ll tell you what’s really not normal.

As the Inauguration of Donald Trump draws closer, the tone of the media has become more frantic, as if there is still something they can do to stop it. From the Huffington Post to the New York Times, journalists are warning people that what is going on is not normal, and that we must all be very […]

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Aggression in Twentysomethings’ Cohabiting, Dating, and Marriage Relationships

A number of studies have shown that cohabiting couples are more likely to experience physical aggression in their relationships than married couples.1 Here, we look at two studies that shed light on this subject by exploring how aggression in the relationships of individuals (mostly) in their 20s is associated with various commitment dynamics. Wendy Manning, Monica […]

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Netflix Is 40x More Popular Than Porn In Hotel Room Entertainment

This past summer, we posted about how Google Trends found that Pokémon GO beat out pornography in number of internet searches. Only a short couple of days after the mega-popular gaming app was released, the Pokémon GO trend actually managed to surpass the internet’s desire for porn. Well, as it turns out, there is another source of entertainment […]

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I am woman. Watch me march

“Women” is a big word, so you would expect an event billed as a “women’s march” to be a very broad church. But the “Women’s March on Washington” scheduled for Saturday, the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as president, has become rather sectarian, with the unintended consequence that pro-life women are getting some air time […]

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14 lifelong lessons I want to teach my daughter

My beautiful daughter, Since the day you were born, I knew my heart had quadrupled in size. Your radiant smile and innocent giggle have made me view the world differently. You have and will continue to change my life forever. I know I will never be the mom you deserve, but I DO know God had […]

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Gifted kids can be more sensitive to screen violence, study says

While many of us may not have been directly affected by these events, we watched the news as it unfolded on broadcast and social media. Witnessing such violence on media can take a severe toll on us even when our near and dear ones are not directly affected. Surprisingly, what research is beginning to uncover […]

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