Author Archives: glenn stanton

How the Google Guy Got It Exactly Right

A myriad of distinguished professors and social scientists have already confirmed what James Damore wrote in his Google memo: men and women are measurably different. The Google guy behind the infamous gender memo, James Damore, is a troglodyte. An embarrassing, knuckle-dragging, … Continue reading

Posted in campus, cultural analysis, culture | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

What is a Christian? Insight From an Unlikely Source

The famous atheist philosopher, Bertrand Russell, had the following to say in the opening of his book, Why I am Not a Christian. It is actually a good and challenging word His Church today. “I think that you must have … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, christian faith, cultural analysis, culture, God, sociology of religion, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Non-Binary T-Shirts Come in Only Two Genders

Perfectly good irony seems to be lost on these folks…

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Rosie the Riveter: Not the Feminist Icon You Think She Is

She’s become one of the world’s most well-known icons. The rolled up sleeves of her heavy denim work shirt. Her slender arm flexed, fist clenched in an unmistakable “don’t mess with me” pose. Her factory employee button alongside her finely … Continue reading

Posted in cultural analysis, culture, feminism, politics | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in cultural analysis, culture, lesbian, lgbt, Loving My (LGBT) Neighbor, politics, Sexuality | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

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

Posted in travels | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in cultural analysis, culture, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments