Monthly Archives: May 2015

Marriage, health and wealth – which is cause, which is effect?

Does anyone have data to say if this argument is the right way round?: “Marriage is the greatest ‘program’ to end poverty, child abuse, child sexual abuse, school dropout, college failure, health problems, drug problems, depression, out-of-wedlock births to teenagers, … Continue reading

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Another reason why consent is not enough to make BDSM okay

This quote by C. K. Egbert shows why we cannot make “consent” our only standard of whether an action is moral or not: “Let’s presuppose that we live in the world the BDSM people would like, where the “physical details … Continue reading

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