Who inspires us when creating presentations about marriage?
A great inspiration for this topic is sociologist Mark Regnerus and his book “Cheap Sex: The Transformation of Men, Marriage, and Monogamy“.
Cheap Sex takes readers on a tour of the mating market, highlighting young adults’ frustrating returns on their relational investments and their failure to link future goals like marriage with how they navigate current relationships. From large nationally-representative surveys and 100 in-person interviews, a story emerges of social change, technological breakthroughs, and unintended consequences. Men and women have not fundamentally changed, but their unions have, and the emergence of “cheap sex” serves men’s interests far more than women’s.
Dr. Peterson is a professor at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos.
Dr. Peterson’s YouTube channel, Jordan Peterson Videos features his university and public lectures (including the most recent 15-part biblical series), responses to the polarizing political crises of today. As of December 2017, the channel has 300 videos, 550,000 subscribers, and 30 million views.
An annonymous questionaire, which asks individuals about their experiences of living a married life. So far almost 200 responses were received. One of the most interesting results was, that despite the fact that most of the couples experienced a deep crisis in their relationship, they claim the crisis helped them to get the marriage stronger.
Who inspires us when creating presentations about pornography?
In this multimedia presentation based on her acclaimed book, leading anti-porn feminist and scholar Gail Dines argues that the dominant images and stories disseminated by the multibillion-dollar pornography industry promotes and legitimizes a gender system that undermines equality and encourages violence against women.
“If you think you know what pornography is — a fantasy, a joke, perhaps gross but ultimately harmless, something that’s ‘always been with us’ — think again. Pornland is a stunning documentary, solid in its facts about what porn is now, unflinching in its presentation of them, yet restrained in its tone. Women, men, parents — ignore this brilliant film at your peril.”
– Robin Morgan | Author, activist, and internationally renowned speaker
“Dines understands both the economics and cultural power of the pornography industry perhaps better than anyone ever has.”
– Jackson Katz | Author of The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help
lectures about emotionally and physically safe sex, focusing on the prevention of sexual violence and the emotional damage of pornography.
Ran Is an entrepreneur, sexual health expert, a renowned activist, scholar of sex education and the founder of ELSE by Ran Gavrieli, he promotes an understanding and appreciation of the importance of equality between all sexes and genders.
founder of the popular website Your Brain On Porn. Gary’s mission differs a bit from that of the prototypical anti-porn crusader. His message is neither religious (he is an atheist) nor is he for the outright banning of pornography. He simply wishes to provide information that elucidates the addictive nature and possible side effects adult-content that we seldom hear about.
Over the last decade, an overwhelming amount of science and research has come out on the topic of pornography and its effects on the viewer. To help bring some clarity to the issue, we’ve spoken with a number of experts who have focused on studying the harms of pornography. Below you will find interviews with leaders in various fields that we have compiled over the past several years.
is a non-religious and non-legislative organization that exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts.
Who inspires us when creating presentations about the value of human life?
provides information about human dignity from conception to death, prenatal development of the child – the right to life from conception, the reality of abortion, on the natural family planning methods, relationships based on true love, responsibility and respect for human dignity.
is the founder and president of Life Training Institute (LTI), which was established in 2004 to challenge and equip pro-life advocates to persuasively defend their views in the public square.
Scott travels throughout the United States, Canada and Europe training groups of people to engage the conversation about abortion. He contends that the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas if properly understood and articulated.
Middle ground series
Pro-choice and pro-life supporters came together to see if they could find common ground. Participants included Planned Parenthood board members, scientists, and nurses who specialize in reversing abortions.
Stephanie Gray is a seasoned and international speaker who began presenting at the age of 18. She has given over 800 pro-life presentations across North America as well as in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Austria, Latvia, Guatemala, and Costa Rica. She has spoken at many post-secondary institutions such as Yale University, George Washington University, and the University of Sussex in England.