No, The Decline in Marriage Did Not Increase Inequality
The New York Times' David Leonhardt gets it wrong
January 16, 2015

The New York Times' David Leonhardt gets it wrong.

What Would Make a Woman Want to Marry a Serial Killer?
November 18, 2014

The strange, twisted psychology of women who marry death-row inmates.

Marriage Isn't the Answer to Poverty
The emphasis on single mothers overshadows other important factors
July 16, 2014

There are plenty of other factors that are more important than the number of single mothers.

It's Time to Ditch Monogamy
Swans and beavers mate for life. Humans not so much.
April 25, 2014

The current model of lifelong, cohabiting monogamous partnership has never been such an outdated ideal.

It's (Still) Only Women Pols Who Get Judged on Their Family Life
February 17, 2014

The work-life balance of public women has always been fair game for criticism, and it's getting old.

Shirley Temple Only Dated Her Husband for 12 Days
Research shows the longer you date, the happier your marriage. Unless you're Shirley Temple.
February 12, 2014

Shirley Temple dated her husband for two weeks and stayed with him for 55 years—but for most people, the longer you spend courting your spouse, the happier your marriage.

This New York Times Sex Story Has One of the Best 'To Be Sure' Paragraphs Ever
February 06, 2014

"Granted, some might view this study with skepticism..."

Are Unmarried People Bad for the Economy?
October 28, 2013

It's a Gallup poll that seems ripped from the deepest fantasies of conservatives: unmarried people are actually hurting the economy, and so more marriage might help the country's bottom line. 

A Poll Causes Jews to Ask, What Does It Mean to Be Jewish?
October 01, 2013

The hinge moment in Jewish-American concern for what is somewhat euphemistically called “Jewish continuity” came in 1990, when the Jewish Federations’ National Jewish Population Survey found that more than half of Americans born as Jews—52 percent—wh