To the Editor: After reading John Podhoretz’s editorial about same-sex marriage, I remain baffled by one aspect of how conservatives deal with this issue [“The Limit,”...

Since same-sex marriage emerged as an issue in the early 1990s, brilliant conservative thinkers have constructed a remarkable series of arguments against it. There are...

Fifty Shades of Grey By E L James Vintage, 528 pages Fifty Shades Darker By E L James Vintage, 544 pages Fifty Shades Freed By E L...

The Origins of Sex: A History of the First Sexual RevolutionBy Faramerz DabhoiwalaOxford, 496 pages It is March 10, 1612. In a courthouse in Westminster, England,...

On the eve of Yom Kippur, Jews across New York City hurriedly finished their pre-fast meals before dashing to synagogue for Kol Nidre services. But...

Revolutionaries are unreliable recorders of their own legacies. Hindsight usually renders them excessively bitter or boastful, or both. The children whom the revolution hasn’t already...

To the Editor: Mark Bauerlein is surely correct [“Their So-Called Lives,” September] when he observes that teens with modern communication devices are required to be in...

Forty years ago, if you were a 15-year-old caught up in customary concerns—friends, clothes, kissing, music—television didn’t provide much germane material. If you lived in...

The Faculty Lounges: And Other Reasons Why You Won’t Get the College Education You Paid For By Naomi Schaefer Riley Ivan R. Dee, 216 pages In 2008, the yearly...

Though  my oldest daughter, now seven, lives   in New York and has a father who writes a column for one of the city’s tabloids, she...

If the headlines seem to tell us one thing about our culture, it is that we are living in the Age of Adultery. A steady...

Premarital Sex in America: How Young Americans Meet, Mate, and Think About Marrying By Mark Regnerus and Jeremy Uecker Oxford, 312 pages A professor at  Notre Dame once lamented to...