Category Archives: Marriage-and-Family Reform

Divorce Insurance

An Instructive Concept: Does it Exist? Should it? draft(c) 2014, Davd Before registering your car, in this province of Canada and in many provinces (of Canada, France, .. and “states” of e.g. Australia and the USA), you must get liability … Continue reading

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The Curse of Commuting

    … a heavy cost of job work, not so much hidden as ignored; and it shouldn’t be. (c) 2013, Davd If modern Canada (and the USA, and much of the E.U., and Japan, Australia, New Zealand) are, or … Continue reading

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Contradictions and Persecution in “Marriage”

Should Churches Marry Canadians under Civil Law? (c) 2012, Davd   When a woman promises to her husband, “till death us do part”, in church and in the name of Jesus Christ’s teachings—can he trust her promises?1 Civil law, in … Continue reading

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What Should it “Take” to Be a Father?

(c) 2012, Davd Paralleling substantially but not entirely, what i wrote in April, as Mother’s Day approached, this essay is about the seriousness of fatherhood, about the social conditions required to do it really well, and about the reasons, more … Continue reading

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“What Should it Take” to Be a Mother?

© 2012, Davd Mother’s Day is coming soon, and the advertising has already begun. This essay is about the seriousness of motherhood, about the social conditions required to do it with excellence, and about the ecological-demographic reasons not to enter … Continue reading

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Some Better Reasons for a Sex Strike

(c) 2012, Davd Recently, i was referred by some other website, to one called “The  No Access Sex Strike”. It seemed to me to be mimicking Lysistrata, but with less style and eloquence1.  Instead of wanting soldiers to stop fighting … Continue reading

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Feminism and the Oobleck

(c) 2012, Davd Dr. Seuss wrote the best young-children’s stories of his time, i believe, because he wrote fables. His stories were not only entertaining and amusing—they were instructive and archetypal. Green Eggs and Ham was about prejudice—not mean-spirited or … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day 2012: What If We Stick to the Truth?

(c) 2012, Davd Many of you have seen comedy of some sort—a short story, a play, a skit, a stand-up routine—whose main point is how impolite and disruptive it would be if everyone said nothing but the plain, blunt truth. … Continue reading

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