During this Breast Cancer Awareness month, an on-line social campaign which encourages women to go braless for a day to raise awareness of breast cancer has instead raised the ire of breast cancer survivors who say it does little more than sexualize the disease.
Even though transgenderism is in vogue, medical experts say much of today’s fascination with gender change therapy for children is rooted in ideology rather than sound science.
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) announced yesterday, on the International Day of the Girl, that they will begin to allow girls to become Cub Scouts and for older girls to earn the rank of Eagle Scout beginning in 2018.
Today is being recognized as the official International Day of the Girl Child which is meant to recognize the rights and girls and the unique challenges they face around the world – but why stop at just one day? Aren’t our girls worth a lifetime investment?
History was made this year when Women of Grace® founder, Johnnette Benkovic, delivered a message about the dignity and vocation of women to the world stage at the United Nations – a message delivered while standing in the shadow of the same Pilgrim Virgin Statue that first visited this global entity 65 years ago!
Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) has launched a petition urging the National Park Service in Washington DC to deny a final permit for a 45-foot steel statue of a nude woman on the National Mall.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Activists who are hoping to start a conversation about violence against women are attempting to bring a 45 foot sculpture of a nude woman standing in a yoga pose from San Francisco to the National Mall in Washington DC where it will face the White House.
A British university withdrew funding for research into transgendered persons who are “de-transitioning” back to their biological sex because early results in the study were deemed to be “politically incorrect.”
More than two million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis were reported in the United States in 2016, the highest number ever, according to the annual Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – with young women bearing the brunt of these infections.