In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Louise Perry, author of “The Case Against the Sexual Revolution,” about how modern sexual and relationship norms hurt women.
Decades after the sexual revolution and the women’s liberation movement, women still aren’t having orgasms. Why?
Ellen Page’s story is sad, but what’s worse is that the culture is allowing this to happen to our youth, unchecked.
Pornography impedes love, intimacy, respect, and connection. Yet many continue to defend it.
Unlike most other International Women’s Days, this time, we actually have something to celebrate. Despite over a century of efforts by feminists, women have never managed to come up with a good…
The woke left don’t believe their own hype, and the sooner you get honest, the sooner you get free.
Robert Jensen reviews Peggy Orenstein’s new book, “Boys & Sex: Young Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent, and Navigating the New Masculinity.”
Meghan Murphy speaks with Rebecca Whisnant about the harms of porn and why those of us who challenge it are dismissed so readily.
No matter how you package, pretty it up, or slough it off as harmless, the inanimate object that is a “sex doll” is merely a reflection of what men feel they are entitled to do to women.
If it’s just harmless fun, why all the secrecy?
How can we claim to oppose abuse, while simultaneously presenting it as “sexy”?
After pressure from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Walmart removed Cosmopolitan from its checkout stands. Now, liberal feminists are defending the magazine as empowering for women.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Meagan Tyler about the way sex therapy, sex advice, and self-help books for women normalize male-centered sex and porn culture.
Five feminists weigh in on questions and controversies surrounding the Aziz Ansari accusations.
Teen Vogue is not ‘woke.’ Also, stop saying ‘woke.’