Marriage and family nuked?

Jun 29, 2018 by

Recent articles on heterosexual civil partnerships, the breakdown of nuclear family life, and restrictions of freedom of speech. Most recent at the top:


Broken families that the left couldn’t care less about, by Laura Perrins, The Conservative Woman: “it does stick in the throat somewhat… when I see the no-border Leftists pretend that they are now the champions for the family.”

Mayor hounded out over biblical FB post, from Christian Concern

The Government’s LGBT plan is an attack on the family, from Coalition for Marriage

Stop raising personal allowances and start rewarding marriage, by Nola Leach, TCW

Straight civil partnerships? On we march to the Amazon marriage market, by Laura Perrins, The Conservative Woman

Civil partnerships for straight couples make a good start – but next let’s abolish marriage altogether, by Sirena Bergman, Independent [“…as an atheist an a feminist…marriage unarguably a sexist and patriarchal institution…”]

Canada: three adults in polyamorous relationship declared legal parents of child, by Michael Macdonald, The Star

Supreme Court gives support to ‘marriage lite’: Comment from Christian Institute

Heterosexual couple win civil partnership case, from BBC News

The rise and fall of family life, by Paul Diamond, Christian Concern

Family breakdown and the toll on mental health, by Harry Benson, The Conservative Woman

Wake up, Good Morning Britain, to the problem of fatherlessness, by Kathy Gyngell, The Conservative Woman

The urbane voice likely to capture the C of E, by Julian Mann, VirtueOnline

‘Fluid’ families good, ‘nuclear’ families bad? By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream


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