A Cultural Vacuum
The rise of gender confusion points to a cultural vacuum – a significant absence of the celebration of the complementarity of the sexes. Meeting this challenge requires clear, valued, public affirmation of the positive good of the complementarity of the sexes and is best done through celebration.

Isn't our culture obsessed with sex? Isn't there way too much out there in public that should be private? So what is the 'privatisation' of sex?

For a long time now formality has been treated as outdated, artificial, rigid and unauthentic. By contrast informality has been elevated almost into a universal good, denoting authenticity, spontaneity, flexibility and naturalness. What is wrong with this?

So much of our popular culture tries to project an 'aura of fun'. Everyone is trying so hard to seem like they're always having fun. But are we really all having as much fun as we'd like people to think?