Mary Eberstadt is the go-to woman for the social arguments against contraception. She also discusses the painful inability of the academic establishment and the culture to face the dreadful consequences of the sexual revolution:
There’s more censorship and self-censorship about the legacy of the sexual revolution than about any other current issue out there. The fact is that people today are less free to talk candidly about this legacy than people were half a century ago. That tells us a lot. A mind can be a terrible thing to change.
Mary Eberstadt has written a book I should have written... glad she did it; it is...Continue Reading
The modern world considers contraception one of the most important discoveries of the late twentieth century....Continue Reading