- Utah Police Officer Suspended for Refusing to Work at Openly Lewd ‘Gay Pride’ Parade
- Tomorrow: Sex-ed Tweetfest to expose Planned Parenthood
- Tortured Sudanese mother's skin 'will be taken off' in pre-execution flogging
- The second generation of metrosexuals
- Houston Right-to-Life Groups Sues Senator Over Radio Ads
- Canadians divided over legalization of euthanasia
- Women fleeing Planned Parenthood in droves
- Big win: Google Stops Porn Ads
- Melinda Gates claims foundation 'does not support abortions'
- Transgendered Episcopal 'priest' to give sermon at National Cathedral
- Does the birth control pill increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer?
A Salt Lake City police officer has been placed on paid leave and subjected to an investigation after he refused to work at an ‘gay pride’ event, which has been characterized as containing sexually explicit behavior in broad daylight.
Meriam Ibrahim is a twenty-seven year old Sudanese doctor. Her husband, Daniel Wani, is an American citizen and New Hampshire resident. Imprisoned since February with their one-year-old boy and unborn baby, Meriam spent her pregnancy shackled in a one-room cell.
"If you’re revolted by this distorted masculinity, remember it’s a symptom not a cause. Since the advent of artificial contraception sex has become predominantly about masturbation, and that particular vice is not bad simply because it’s naughty and pleasurable and the church says you shouldn’t do it. It’s a sin because it is a distortion of true love."
State Senator Robert Deuell is being sued by Houston-based Texas Right to Life because according to court papers the Greenville senator had his lawyers try and stop radio ads the pro-life group was airing against him.
Canadians have watched loved ones suffer “horrible” deaths but the public is divided over whether the federal ban outlawing euthanasia should be overturned, according to a new report from the nation's largest doctors' group.
In May, we had an a productive meeting with GOOGLE about how they can help protect individuals, families and children from exploitation.
"I understand why there is so much emotion, but conflating these issues will slow down progress for tens of millions of women. That is why when I get asked about my views on abortion, I say that, like everyone, I struggle with the issue, but I've decided not to engage on it publicly – and the Gates Foundation has decided not to fund abortion," Gates wrote earlier this week, reflecting on a recent overseas trip.
According to the World Health Organization, the companies that make birth control pills, the FDA, and the Mayo Clinic, yes.