There’s Now a Vaginal Speaker that Plays In-Womb Tunes to Unborn Babies

Just file this under “what-in-the-cocaine-fueled-late-night-marketing-brainstorm-session-is-that-Batman.” Prepare yourself. Apparently, there is a significant demographic of aspiring parents who want to ensure their unborn baby doesn’t have his in-utero-tertainment muffled by the annoying abdominal wall of his mother. Not to worry, you crazy people, Babypod is here to save the day: Spanish company Babypod has invented a […]

Continue reading →

The Resurgence of Bacha Bazi: How Our War in Afghanistan Put Homosexual Pedophiles Back in Power

The practice of “bacha bazi” goes back many hundreds (perhaps thousands) of years in the Middle East and Asia. Many powerful warlords and rich merchants have long held to a surprising sexual perspective: “Women are for children. Boys are for pleasure.” It might be hard for us to wrap our heads around this, but our […]

Continue reading →

Study: Parents with Four or More Children are Happier Parents

It might be counter-intuitive, but a new study indicates that parents with four or more kids are actually happier as parents: [Study author Dr. Bronwyn] Harman spent five years interviewing hundreds of parents from different family makeups and based her findings on resilience, social support, self-esteem and life satisfaction. “What is important for kids are […]

Continue reading →

Would a Ban on Marriage Licenses Fix the Same-Sex Marriage Problem?

The state of Alabama recently passed a law effectively repealing marriage licenses. According to the bill, the state would view marriages as contracts, but would have no control or authority on the question of marriage, as such: In an effort to resolve the issue in advance of a potential future in which same-sex marriages may […]

Continue reading →

Moving to Opportunity: What Happens When You Move Poor Kids to Rich Neighborhoods?

An interesting program called the Moving to Opportunity Experiment explored what happens when you move poor families in impoverished neighborhoods to more affluent neighborhoods. A little more than twenty years later, Harvard analysts looked in on the children of the MTO experiment. The results were quite fascinating: The Moving to Opportunity (MTO) experiment offered randomly selected […]

Continue reading →

Ending the Vicious Child Support Cycle

Many commentators have noted the police brutality angle of the Walter Scott shooting, but fewer have mentioned the reason that Walter Scott ran from the police in the first place. He was avoiding child support. Walter Scott had already been to jail for not paying child support, and he had lost his job when he […]

Continue reading →

Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) Protects Wife Abusers?

A new act in the Georgia legislature, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), was designed to protect the right of religious people to exercise their beliefs without molestation from the government. But some critics are condemning the act, saying its wording would actually protect any behavior a person claimed was connected to his religion—like child […]

Continue reading →