Harvard Scientist Explains what Porn does to your Brain
- July 26, 2016
Demography nerds assiduously follow the data popping up about fast-ageing societies, their loss of dynamism and prospects of population collapse. With each successive generation significantly smaller than the last, we know where we’re headed. While population collapse is an environmentalist’s …READ MORE
Child protection laws and policies that determine at what age kids can do things on their own are often wildly out of whack with actual child development — and grossly underestimate kids’ capabilities.
That’s not just ME saying that. (Even …READ MORE
“Teachers know what is best for their kids,” tweeted Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, “because they are with them every day. We must trust teachers.”
In his May 20 article “‘These Are Our Kids, They Belong to All of Us’: …READ MORE
In her forthcoming witty—often snarky—book Domestic Extremist: A Practical Guide to Winning the Culture War, Peachy Keenan writes of her group of acquaintances, “Because I have fewer than eight children, I am something of a lightweight.” She then recounts …READ MORE
When asked for some of my favorite books over the years, one of the titles I regularly recommend is Mother, written by Kathleen Norris in 1911.
Although somewhat obscure and rather old, I love suggesting this book because its …READ MORE
“How many of you have closed your email and then immediately reopened it because you might have just gotten an email?”
Laughter rippled through the audience — including me — as we listened to Emily Cherkin give a talk at