Month: May 2015

Auckland Council gets tough on buying booze after 9pm

OneNews 13 May 2015 If you’ve run out of booze and need to nip out to buy some more you’ll soon be out of luck if you’re in Auckland.Councillors have voted to restrict opening hours for bottle shops and supermarkets…

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FAMILY MATTERS: Marriage ‘Equality’ Is Growing – In Numbers!

The debate about whether the definition of marriage should be further redefined to allow polygamy and group marriage has surfaced in the UK, with the Green Party leader declaring that they are open to consultation on legalising ‘marriages’ involving three…

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The Evolution of Science on Same-Sex Households

Public Discourse 12 May 2015 Now that the Supreme Court’s oral arguments are behind us, and the justices have already privately cast their votes about the future (and the history) of marriage, perhaps it’s possible that the social science of…

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Induced Abortion: Women have a Right to Know

Media Release American College of Pediatricians 12 May 2015 With its position statement, Induced Abortion: Risks That May Impact Adolescents, Young Adults, and Their Children, the American College of Pediatricians (The College) urges women who are contemplating an abortion to become…

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Why Regnerus Study Still Sets The Mark

Mark Regnerus (not pictured left) is associate professor of sociology at the University of Texas at Austin, research associate at its Population Research Center, and a senior fellow at the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture. He recently…

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Polyamory Isn’t Good for Children: My Story

Public Discourse 11 May 2015 Recently, I had a discussion about marriage with someone who calls herself a “Darwinian gay feminist.” I asked her, “Is there any principled reason that marriage should be limited to only two people? There is…

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Married lesbian ‘throuple’ expecting first child

New York Post 23 April 2014 Here come the brides! Three Massachusetts lesbians claim they got “married” to each other and are now expecting their first child. Doll, Kitten and Brynn Young exchanged vows in a commitment ceremony last August,…

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Today’s toddlers spend 11 hours or more in daycare

Stuff co.nz 10 May 2015 It is dark when Sarah Topsom wakes her children and it is dark when they get home. On a good day the alarm sounds at 5.15am, on a bad day it is 4.30am. Their daughters…

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