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Why I'm Glad My Daughter Had Underage Sex
by Sally Feldman
Amid clamors for censorship, celibacy, and an end to teenagers' rights to confidentiality, this British journalist takes on her country's misguided moral crusaders.
What Do We Do Now that the Sexual Revolution is Over?
by Robin Jacobs and Roy Speckhardt
Since the central Humanist statement on sexual ethics is no longer revolutionary or even up to date, today's new sexual social issues are without an adequate Humanist response.(Read Article in HTML)
Government Involvement in Adultery: An Unnecessary Threesome
by Mel Lipman
Though adultery is considered legitimate grounds for divorce, it makes no sense that it is also a punishable crime in twenty-four states.
A Humanist Looks at Polyamory
by Valerie White
Polyamory-participation in an open, multi-partner relationship-isn't for most people. But for a small minority it is an enriching lifestyle that is more about plural love than plural sex.
Technology and Tomorrow: A Challenge to Liberty
by Brian Trent
Can the right to privacy, guaranteed by the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution, survive in an era of spy cameras, Internet spyware, RFID tags, roving wiretaps, and international data banks?
Militarism: A Way of Life
by Michael Fitzgerald
Because the military-industrial complex has been a major part of the U.S. economy since World War II, providing jobs for millions of ordinary citizens and prosperity for their communities, Americans won't see a "peace dividend" anytime soon. (Read Article in WORD or PDF)
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