1. Sex Ed Works Better When It Addresses Power In Relationships, National Public Radio
Knowing how to communicate and negotiate with sexual partners, and
knowing how to distinguish between healthy and abusive sexual
relationships, are as important as knowing how to put on a condom,
2. Families Are The Real Issue For Opportunity, Not Inequality, Brookings Institution
A much stronger--indeed one of the strongest--correlate of upward mobility is family structure.
3. Divorce Before vs. After Age 50, Bowling Green State University
59% of of individuals who divorce after age 50 are "Careerists." A divorce careerist is an individual who experienced divorce both prior to and following age 50.
4. The 25 Most Influential Marriages of All Time, TIME
Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson. . . Their groundbreaking numbers-heavy studies of sex made them the punch
line of a million jokes, but ultimately contributed to the
demystification of one of life’s most miraculous and complex subjects.
5. The Secret Of Happiness Revealed By Harvard Study, Forbes
The 75 year longitudinal Grant Study led by George Vaillant had two main findings: 1) Happiness is love. 2) If alcoholism is not the root of all evil, it is closely correlated with it.
What The “Mounting Evidence” On Working Moms Really Shows, Family Studies
[A]s the below figures illustrate, part-time work is the
ideal for the majority of married mothers and a substantial minority of
single mothers, though working full-time is the most common actual
situation for both groups.
7. NY Times: Importance Of Mothers And Fathers An ‘Absurdity’, Breitbart
In its euphoria over the victory of gay marriage in Ireland, the New York Times editers
abandoned all pretenses of objectivity and, in an apparently unguarded
moment, declared biological motherhood and fatherhood to be absurd.
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