If you don’t address cultural prejudice and ignorance on your campus, you are not innocent of blame when hate crimes happen: you are complicit.
Catholics need to retrain themselves to take some of the burden off of their clergy to deal with problems that are not in their training and not part of their job description.
April is both Sexual Assault Awareness month and Child Abuse Prevention month. As a Catholic community, reflecting upon what we can all do in order […]
Catholic, conservative women often take their voting rights for granted. Some see it merely as a doubling of the ‘family vote.’ The idea that they […]
The other day, Austin Ruse, who is very deeply concerned with protecting schools that refuse to protect women, wrote a post asking “Do Rules Cause […]
When the topic of rape at Christendom comes up, a common theme among the college’s defenders seems to be that it’s not the college’s job […]
In a previous post, we discussed some of the ways that small, Christian colleges might propagate purity culture. In this post we will discuss how […]
There are invisible victims of rape and other forms of sexual violence that get little care or notice: the families and friends of survivors. After […]
You have probably heard the phrase “purity culture” at some point, usually alongside criticism of its psychological effects, and with regard to its inequalities. Maybe […]
This Holy Week reflection was requested at the invitation of CASC. Today we have Palm Sunday: Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem. But then we have […]