The world’s major economies are being hit hard by demographic change
From China to Europe, they may grow old before they grow richer
In defence of Peter Singer
The notorious utilitarian philosopher has been de-platformed in New Zealand
Paganism in 21st-century Europe – what’s the attraction?
Some Europeans have turned to ancient pagan religion to fill the spiritual vacuum created by today’s materialistic world – with…
Two years on, where has same-sex marriage taken Australia?
Public life is coarser and more sexualised
What Obergefell isn’t
It did not give homosexuals the right to marry – they already had it
Putting the pros and cons of euthanasia under the microscope
A Canadian philosopher examines the euphemism of “medical assistance in dying”
The right one for you? The True Love Character Test
A checklist every young person should know
Court victory for UK ‘transphobia’ delinquent
Tweeting rhymes against transgenderism is allowed in a non-Orwellian state, says a judge
A real live caucus-race in Iowa
The failure of an app may have changed the 2020 election
Ireland is moving inexorably to the Left
The left-wing and nationalist Sinn Féin could end up forming a government
The Finnish parental leave expansion
Will it help Finland's very low fertility rate?
Attentive, empathetic listening has long been undervalued or taken for granted
How two women pulled off a medieval manuscript heist in post-war Germany
The legacy of Hildegard of Bingen was at stake
The transgender suicide myth exposed
What should really terrify parents is the mutilation of their child's healthy body
Young people aspire to marriage, so let’s offer them more than a Valentine
They need a reliable path to commitment
If you’re on the internet, your privacy is at risk. And whose isn’t?
‘Free stuff’ may not be a good trade-off for constant surveillance by Big Tech
Italy’s existential crisis
Not enough bambini/bambine.
Edward Snowden's memoir is a reminder that preserving our privacy is one of the great challenges of the 21st Century
‘Karika’: empowering grandparents in an African megacity
Changing family dynamics call for new initiatives
Did anti-bullyism kill 12-year-old Tristan Peterson?
Psychologists should consider the harm caused by anti-bullying policies
The euthanasia slippery slope is real
As former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating said, ‘the pressures for further liberalisation are irresistible’
2020: The Year of the Nurse and Midwife
We're celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale
My daughter plays like a #TradWife
Are some women innately at home, at home?
Tradwives: the women looking for a simpler past but grounded in the neoliberal present
The movement is very much a product of the contemporary moment
A South Korean masterpiece claims Best Film Oscar
This intelligent and original black comedy is a brilliant critique of modern society