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College pronoun police pay up

College pronoun police pay up

An Ohio school on Thursday agreed to settle with a Christian professor after a federal appeals court last year upheld his right not to address students in class by pronouns inconsistent with their sex. Shawnee State University agreed to pay Nicholas Meriwether $400,000 in damages

Priest sends open letter to German cardinal begging him to uphold Catholic teaching on homosexuality

Priest sends open letter to German cardinal begging him to uphold Catholic teaching on homosexuality

Editor’s note: Two of the most influential Catholic prelates in Europe have advocated publicly in recent months for the Church to change its teaching on homosexuality. In February, Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich, S.J., the archbishop of Luxembourg who serves as president of the Commission of the Bishops’

Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Bill Hits Target: Gender Ideology Harms Kids

Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Bill Hits Target: Gender Ideology Harms Kids

Children are being targeted with sexual content—not just in social media, but also in school curriculums. As with other recent controversies, however, leaders in Florida are fighting back. Lawmakers in the Sunshine State have introduced a new bill, Parental Rights in Education. If the name doesn’t ring a

Winsome Sears challenges Joy Reid to debate after MSNBC host says ‘Republicans are dangerous’

Winsome Sears challenges Joy Reid to debate after MSNBC host says ‘Republicans are dangerous’

Republican Virginia Lt. Gov.-elect Winsome Sears challenged MSNBC host Joy Reid to invite her on her show after the liberal pundit called Republicans “dangerous” following Glenn Youngkin’s gubernatorial win Tuesday night. “You have to be willing to vocalize that these Republicans are dangerous,” Reid said. “That this

Valuing Full-Time Motherhood

Valuing Full-Time Motherhood

Most of us have a profound appreciation for our mothers that transcends description. As great as many fathers are, usually it is our mothers who have a more persistent and pervasive impact on our lives. Motherhood is highly valued, even revered, by individuals and in