Both secular and religious observers agree that the sexual revolution has caused seismic changes for society across the globe. Mary Eberstadt, a secularly-trained writer who has written for Time Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and the LA Times, among other publications, uses her training as a professional researcher to objectively assess whether or not the severing of sex and procreation has delivered on its promise to liberate women and make them happier.
This is a very important talk for men and women about the statistical evidence of the effects of the Sexual Revolution on society around the world, and how it has changed and impacted women and the attitudes towards them.
Mary Eberstadt‚Äö√Ñ√¥s talk is a good listen for anyone, religious or not. While not a theological presentation of the social and cultural effects and impact of Humanae Vitae, the prophetic truths contained in that document are born out in an abundance of secular scientific journals, social science data, and observable evidence all around us. She presents many such compelling factual evidence clearly present in our culture and social systems. She also is a ‚Äö√Ñ√∫myth buster‚Äö√Ñ√π of untruths that persist today about the alleged out of date teachings of a Church refusing to go along with the trends.
Many myths exist around the Sexual Revolution and its impact on women and humanity. Mary Eberstadt does a great job reviewing the facts, as she unveils how the Sexual Revolution has actually negatively impacted women and humanity as a whole
Has the Sexual Revolution Been Good For Women? (CD)
- Has the sexual revolution made women happier?
- Explore the effects that the severing of sex and procreation has had on society
- Mary Eberstadt is an American essayist, novelist, and author of several works of nonfiction, including Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics.