The debate over the sexuality of beloved Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie rages on despite a statement by Sesame Street released in 2011 in which the television show officially deemed the two characters “asexual.”
Pampers, one of the nation’s top-selling diaper brands, has quietly decided to drop Sesame Street characters from its design in order to make the diapers more “inclusive,” the New York Post reports.
The #ShoutYourAbortion movement will release a coffee table book that features “abortion stories” and “abortion art” in an effort to destigmatize abortions.
A new study reveals that one-third of American teenagers have not read a single book in the last year, as they have found new ways to be distracted. The study's findings underscore the tremendous impact that digital media has on the lives of young Americans, and should raise concerns over the future of the country.
VIDEO - On June 21-23, 2018, the 2018 Red Pill Expo was held in Spokane, Washington by Freedom Force International. Alex Newman attended the event and spoke with Elaine Willman about American Indians' rights and dependence on the tribal government.
A new study from University of Kent and Iowa State University scientists reveals that women, even those who have deem themselves feminists, are attracted to men who espouse “benevolent sexism” (BS) and engage in chivalrous behaviors.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to the restrictions on medication-induced abortions in Arkansas, effectively upholding the law. The decision has been celebrated by pro-life groups as a major victory in the fight against abortion.
Pro-abortion advocates have filed a lawsuit to stop Iowa’s new law that prohibits abortions after six weeks, at approximately the time a heartbeat may be detected. The "fetal heartbeat" bill is considered groundbreaking in that it could set a precedent that establishes heartbeat and not viability as the benchmark for legal abortions.