Author Archives: glenn stanton

Why Are So Many Lesbians Getting Pregnant?

It makes for an illogical syllogism.           Premise A: Lesbians are sexually attracted to women only.           Premise B: Women cannot impregnate women.           Conclusion: Lesbians have higher … Continue reading

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The Time We Creamed a Guy in Auckland

Late last year I was invited to New Zealand for six weeks to work on a writing project for my friends at Focus on the Family NZ. The last few days we filmed a presentation of the completed curriculum before … Continue reading

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Mr. UNTUCKit. An American Hero

From the moment you see him on screen, you know he’s a man of purpose. His eyes are set, locked on the horizon. A visionary. Others easily step aside for him on the street, not out of fear, but respect. … Continue reading

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Was the Women’s March on Washington Really the Women’s March?

Last Saturday women by the millions took the streets across the nation to protest. As many commentators have noted, the purpose of their marching was not precisely clear, even to the marchers. It certainly had something to do with clever … Continue reading

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U2 Delays New Album Because Trump Won

Dear Bono: Can I speak frankly as a friend? Its time you appreciate that you and your band’s super coolness has passed its “Best by” date some time ago. It could have been a learning opportunity when scads of people … Continue reading

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Patti Smith, the Nobel Ceremony and a Turn of Beautiful Grace

It was announced on October 13th that Bob Dylan had won the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature. The discussion of whether his work was worthy of such an honor ensued. It is, if not for his Himalayan body of work, at least … Continue reading

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Why Your Beliefs About Homosexuality Don’t Kill People

It is deeply concerning that health measures are significantly lower and suicide attempts higher among LGB people, but it is also concerning that people who cannot celebrate homosexuality are said to cause these things. If I had a nickle for … Continue reading

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