Friday, March 22, 2013

Knot Yet: Putting the Baby Carriage Before Marriage

Barbara Ray reports on the recent finding that one in two mothers in America is now having a baby then marrying later, if at all.

More fallout from the devastating practice of contraception in our society.

As Kay Hymowitz has said in the past, the most significant shift in American relationship habits is “not the widespread rejection of marriage; it’s not even the record number of thirty-something brides and grooms. It’s the abandonment of the idea that marriage has anything to do with children.” Her March 15 essay in the Wall Street Journal, co-authored with Brad Wilcox and Kelleen Kaye, expands on this point.

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