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“Equality Act” Will Force Us to Lie Says Ruth Institute

March 3, 2021

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“Equality Act” Will Force Us to Lie Says Ruth Institute

The “Equality Act” making its way through Congress will force people to lie about the reality of biological sex and, by lying, to corrupt themselves,” said Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D.

“The Equality Act will require us to affirm that a man who says he’s a woman is in fact, in every way, a woman. If you can make people tell such an obvious lie, you can get them to do anything,” Morse said.

The bill, which passed the House on February 18, would amend the U.S. Civil Rights Act to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protected classes.


“But it goes far beyond that,” Morse said. “A man who says he’s a woman could stay overnight in a shelter for battered women. A convicted rapist who says he’s a woman could be housed in a women’s prison. The bill will force our daughters to use bathrooms, changing room and showers with biological males who say they are females. This is the height of insanity.

“If the so-called Equality Act becomes law, it will destroy women’s sports. For years, ‘progressives’ insisted on absolute equality between men and women’s sports. Clinton Administration officials went around closing men’s wrestling and swimming programs to achieve this goal. Now, in the name of a bogus equality, self-styled champions of women are killing women’s sports by forcing women and girls to compete with males who are, by their nature, stronger, faster and have greater endurance.

“I find it mystifying that a party that puts itself forth as a champion of women could do this to real flesh-and-blood women,” Morse charged.

“The ‘Equality Act’ would require Catholic physicians and hospitals to prescribe hormone treatments and perform surgery in violation of their conscience. Employers would not be allowed to discriminate on the basis of ‘gender identity.’ Airlines would have to use male TSA guards who say they are women to do pat-downs of biological, that is, real women.”

Morse warned, “We are on the verge of becoming a totalitarian society where the government commands citizens to lie. If this monstrosity becomes law, we will have gone over the edge and into uncharted territory.”

There’s a good chance the misnamed Equality Act can be stopped in the Senate, where 60 votes are needed to end a filibuster. Morse urged senators to “‘follow the science,’ in President Biden’s immortal words, and not endorse a deceptive appeal to minority rights. We cannot allow ideology to trump reality.”

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.


Women’s Rights “Champions” Show Pattern of Abuse Notes Ruth Inst.

March 1, 2021

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“New York’s Gov. Cuomo is yet another prominent Democrat and self-proclaimed ‘champion of women’s rights’ who’s come under fire for sexual harassment of subordinates,” said Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D.

Last week, Cuomo was accused of sexually harassing two ex-aides. One said he forcibly kissed her on the lips and invited to her play strip poker with him. The other claims he asked if she was “monogamous” and whether she’d ever had sex with older men. Cuomo is 63; the woman is 25.

Cuomo denied both allegations, though he does admit to being “playful” at times and says he can see where his playfulness might be misinterpreted. Morse responded, “I fail to see the humor here. There’s nothing playful about forcibly kissing someone on the lips. What it is, is sexual assault.”


Morse remarked that Cuomo’s situation appears to be part of a pattern. “Among the prominent Democrats who’ve been credibly accused of sexual harassment are Al Franken, who was forced to resign from the Senate; Bill Clinton, who admitted to perjury to cover up his affair with an intern decades his junior; the late Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the U.S. Appeals Court; and President Biden himself. During last year’s campaign, a woman said Biden had sexually assaulted her when she was an intern in his Senate office.”

Morse observed, “Each of these men is pro-abortion. Each has a reputation as a champion of women’s rights. In 2019, Gov. Cuomo signed what was called the most sweeping protections against workplace harassment then enacted.

“But when these so-called champions of women’s rights get women alone, it’s often a different story,” Morse said. “Meanwhile, Sexual Revolutionaries in the media ridicule former Vice President Pence for his policy of never being alone with a woman. ‘Prudish,’ they say. ‘Out of touch,’ they say. But there are no credible accusations of sexual harassment against the former Vice President,” Morse noted.

Morse also addressed the disparity in feminist treatment of Democrats and Republicans. “During the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, then-Senator Kamala Harris asked why his accuser would come forward to challenge a ‘powerful man’ if her allegations weren’t true? Doesn’t that logic apply here too?”Morse asked. “Instead, the silence from feminists is deafening.”

The Ruth Institute joins a bi-partisan group of New York state legislators in calling for an independent investigation of the charges against Governor Cuomo.

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives.

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.

 


Cancel Culture Has Us All in the Crosshairs Ruth Inst. Says

February 25, 2021

For Immediate Release

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Cancel Culture Has Us All in the Crosshairs Ruth Inst. Says

“This may be the greatest threat to freedom in America today,” Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., said of censorship and the cancel culture.

Earlier this month, the pro-family group MassResistance discovered that its credit-card processing had been shut down. Supporters who tried to donate online were told their credit card was “declined,” with no further explanation offered. “For nine harrowing days, we worked to deal with this,” said MassResistance chairman Brian Camenker. Additionally, Amazon now refuses to sell the MassResistance book, The Health Hazards of Homosexuality, after offering it for several years.

Morse noted: “This has been going on for some time, but the trend has accelerated since the Capitol Hill riot last month. Conservatives have been de-platformed and lost speaking venues and book deals. Simon & Schuster violated its contract to publish Sen. Josh Hawley’s book, ironically titled The Tyranny of Big Tech.” However, the book will be published in May by Regnery.


“No one is immune,” Morse observed. “Focus on the Family, one of the largest pro-family groups in the nation, had its Twitter account locked. Their offense? A tweet pointing out that Dr. Rachel Levine, President Biden’s nominee for Asst. Secretary of Health, is a man who says he’s a woman. According to Twitter, acknowledging this biological fact is ‘hateful.’ That means reality is ‘hateful.’”

Morse continued: “Even President Trump has had his Twitter account locked for more than a month. The Tech Oligarchs aren’t afraid of the President of the United States. That tells you something about who really holds power in this country.”

Morse disclosed, “In 2017, the Ruth Institute temporarily lost our ability to process donations because of our opposition to the Sexual State. Vanco Payments said we were ‘flagged’ as a group with a product or service ‘that promotes hate, violence, harassment and/or abuse.’ If countering family breakdown and helping victims of the sexual revolution makes us ‘hateful,’ so be it.”

Morse called the censorship movement “nothing less than an attempt to enforce groupthink and avoid a debate on many of the most important issues confronting our society.

“It works this way: If you oppose same-sex marriage, you’re ‘hateful.’ If you oppose the destruction of women’s sports in the name of ‘equality,’ you’re ‘hateful.’ If you affirm that a man who says he’s a woman is still a man, you’re ‘hateful.’ And if you oppose administering cross-sex hormones to adolescents -- you’re just too hateful for words.’’

On Tuesday, March 2nd at 7:00pm EST, Morse will have a Facebook Live Chat with Brian Camenker and a representative of Focus on the Family to discuss censorship.

During the week of March 7-13, the Ruth Institute will launch its Fighting Censorship and Propaganda Resource Center.

See also: Brian Camenker on the “Dr. J Show” discussing Amazon banning his book.

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.


Ruth Inst. saddened but not surprised Biden Restored WHO Funding

February 23, 2021

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Ruth Inst. saddened but not surprised Biden Restored WHO Funding

“It’s sad but hardly surprising,” said Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., in response to the news that the Biden Administration will restore $200 million in funding to the World Health Organization cut by President Trump last year.

Trump cited WHO’s abysmal record of supporting China on its handling of the coronavirus. Morse observed, “WHO essentially acted as an adjunct of Beijing by initially downplaying the seriousness of the crisis and then covering up the communist regime’s gross mishandling of the pandemic.


“WHO went along with China’s opposition to a travel ban – which would have saved millions of lives, had it been put into effect early on. In December 2019, WHO even denied that human to human transmission was possible, again following party line.

“Beyond COVID-19, WHO has become a relentless champion of abortion worldwide,” Morse explained. “In a 2012 publication, it said 47,000 die each year, and another 5 million are disabled, due to what it calls ‘unsafe abortion.’ The WHO further claimed that ‘Access to safe elective abortion early in pregnancy could prevent nearly every one of these deaths.’ Needless to say, the Ruth Institute categorically rejects WHO’s specious arguments.”

Morse commented, “Just as WHO acts as a rubber-stamp for China on COVID-19, it’s a megaphone for the Planned Parenthood Federation on what it euphemistically designates ‘reproductive health.’”

“In reality, abortion is never safe for the unborn child or for society,” Morse said. “In America, ‘safe, elective abortion,’ has led to such horrors as late-term abortion, abortions performed on minors without parental consent, abortion as a form of birth control, violating conscience rights and the sale of fetal body parts.

“Since there’s no daylight between the Biden administration and the abortion lobby, it’s not exactly shocking that restoring funding to the World Health Organization was one of Biden’s first moves as president. While abortion advocates are thrilled, the American people – including mothers and children – are not well-served by this decision,” Morse concluded.

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.

 

 



Cuomo’s Surrogacy Law Ignores the Rights of Children

February 22, 2021

For Immediate Release

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Cuomo’s Surrogacy Law Ignores the Rights of Children

“New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Surrogacy law legalizes commercial, gestational surrogacy --- the buying and selling of newborns,” said Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., Founder and President of the Ruth Institute. “We unequivocally deplore this law.”

Already in hot water over his alleged responsibility for COVID deaths in nursing homes, Cuomo refused to have the bill considered as stand-alone legislation. Instead, he had it buried in the state budget last April to avoid a debate. The new law took effect February 15.


“Gestational surrogacy is all about the rights of adults. The Governor’s self-congratulatory press release makes this very clear: he talks more about insurance than about the bonds between mothers and fathers and children,” Morse charged. “The announcement states that the surrogate has a right to health insurance provided by those renting her womb. The ‘parents’ have the right to purchase insurance to cover their financial losses in the event that the surrogate ‘fails to perform under the surrogacy contract.’ What exactly does ‘fail to perform’ mean? I suppose it means the mother wants to keep the baby.”

Morse continued, “The worst part of this bill is that rights of the child aren’t even alluded to. The child has no right to a relationship with his or her biological parents, whom the law callously refers to as ‘gamete providers.’ Let’s be clear: the ‘egg provider’ is the child’s genetic mother. The ‘sperm provider’ is the child’s genetic father. The child has no right to know his or her genetic identity and cultural heritage,” Morse observed. “The law specifically separates the child from these people.”

“And let’s be even more clear,” Morse continued. “The ‘surrogate’ is the child’s gestational mother, who carried the child in her womb for nine months. Civilized people believe it is a good thing for mothers to bond with their children in utero. The surrogacy industry, aided by the law, assures the ‘intended parents’ that the surrogate will not bond with the baby and will surrender the baby at birth.”

Morse further stated: “Supporters of surrogacy include the LGBT lobby, who refer to this law as providing ‘Family Equality.’ They want undisputed parental rights to the children they contract for, rights which can only be provided by government intervention. But Cuomo’s law creates inequalities among children: some children have a legally recognized right to know their genetic parents and others do not. The Ruth Institute categorically deplores surrogacy.”

For further background on the Cuomo surrogacy law, see:

Babies For Sale | Jennifer Lahl | First Things

Governor Cuomo passes legislation to ensure that children are legally denied rights to their mothers and fathers | Them Before Us

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.


Sodom and Gomorrah Sex Tips from Colorado Dept. of Health

February 17, 2021

For Immediate Release

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Sodom and Gomorrah Sex Tips from Colorado Dept. of Health

Commenting on a guide to “Sexual health during the pandemic” from the Colorado Department of Public Health, Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., said, “It sounds a lot like the guidelines issued by New York City last March. I suppose they had to follow someone’s lead. Sodom and Gomorrah are out of business.”

The health departments in both states recommend masturbation as the best way to avoid spreading the virus. Both suggest avoiding sex “with anyone outside your household.” Also, if you do have sex with multiple partners, “have as few partners as possible.”

“The Ruth Institute offers our own health tip for the people of Colorado,” Morse said. “Have sex with one and only one partner: your spouse. That is a sure-fire way to avoid the spread of disease, including sexually transmitted diseases.”


Morse continued, “Last March, I stated that it sounded like the NYC Dept of Public Health was run by and for sex addicts. Now, Colorado sounds the same.”

Each state recommends prophylactics and dental dams and advises washing “sex toys” with soap and warm water “to avoid transmission and infection.” Colorado further admonishes “disinfect the surfaces where you have sex.” Like the kitchen table?

Morse observed: “These guidelines assume the average person has sex with multiple partners, meets partners online, and has ‘sex toys.’ Such assumptions are a way to try to normalize the aberrant lifestyles favored by the Sexual State.

“How well these assumptions work is demonstrated by the 20 million new STD infections a year in this country. Many are the result of the casual and multiple liaisons that Colorado and New York City take for granted.

“This is typical of the Sexual Revolution, which holds that any type of sexual activity is as valid as any other. If you tried to talk morality to these public health departments, which are evidently staffed by true believers, you’d get a blank stare.” Morse explained.

“Someone who prattles about washing sex toys to counter a pandemic isn’t serious. In fact, quite the opposite. How well the principles of the sexual revolution work can be seen in rising levels of divorce, out-of-wedlock births, pornography addiction, and sexually transmitted disease.

“If insanity were a disease, both the Colorado and New York Departments of Public Health would be in critical condition,” Morse said.

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.


Planned Parenthood Despicable for Medicating “Transgender” Youth--Ruth Inst.

February 16, 2021

For Immediate Release

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Planned Parenthood Despicable for Medicating “Transgender” Youth--Ruth Inst.

“Apparently there’s no longer enough money in the abortion racket. Now Planned Parenthood has found a new class of victims to exploit,” said Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., Founder and President of the Ruth Institute.

Morse was reacting to an explosive interview with an anonymous Planned Parenthood employee, calling trans kids ‘cash cows.’ The PP staffer told Wall Street Journal that youth who identify as transgender were quickly prescribed cross-sex hormones with no examination of their underlying condition.

The staffer also said that many of those seeking such treatment “showed signs of emotional and mental health issues” and then “are kept on the hook for the foreseeable future in terms of follow-up appointments, blood work, meetings etc., whereas abortions are (hopefully) a one-and-done situation.”


Morse stated, “Our friends who do sidewalk counseling outside Planned Parenthood clinics told us about the increase of ‘trans-minded’ clients, so we weren’t surprised by these revelations. Planned Parenthood has simply found a new way to exploit youth.

“Young women who are often at their most vulnerable visit a clinic and are put on an operating table as quickly as possible,” Morse said. “There is no counseling. No alternatives are discussed. The names of underage women who were sexually exploited often aren’t reported to the police. It’s: Get on the table, put your feet in the stirrups, and you’re done. There isn’t even a discussion of the psychological effects of abortion, like post-abortion syndrome or the increased risk of breast cancer.”

With Planned Parenthood’s recent selling baby parts scandal, “How much more evidence is needed of the predatory nature of Planned Parenthood’s ‘business’?” Morse asked.

See the Ruth Institute transgender help pamphlet for sidewalk counselors.

See also the press release “Brits Ban Puberty Blockers.”

Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.

 


Multi-million Dollar Lawsuit Over Abuse Cover-up at Rome Seminary

February 10, 2021

For Immediate Release

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On February 3, former seminarian Anthony Gorgia filed a $125 million lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court against New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan and several officials of the North American College in Rome, a pontifical seminary. Gorgia says he was defamed and discriminated against for trying to report the sexual abuse he witnessed at the NAC.

Ruth Institute Founder and President, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., said she won’t prejudge the case. However, “If the shocking allegations are true, they would fit a pattern of homosexual predation and cover up by priests and members of the Catholic hierarchy.”


The suit contends that while he was a seminarian in Rome in 2018, Gorgia witnessed an unwanted sexual advance by the NAC’s Vice-Rector, Fr. Park. He says other students told him of similar experiences and that when he tried to bring these matters to the attention of the College’s rector, he was rebuffed. His efforts to get a meeting with Cardinal Dolan, whom he charges with being complicit in his removal from the NAC, were ignored.

Gorgia claims that during a medical leave for back surgery, he was forced to leave the seminary and now has no hope of being ordained.

A 2018 Ruth Institute report, “Questions and Answers on the Clerical Sex Abuse Scandal” by Fr. Paul Sullins, notes that in a 2002 survey of almost 2,000 priests by the Los Angeles Times, 44% of respondents confirmed the existence of a homosexual subculture in seminaries. In his complaint, Gorgia says Fr. Park would target seminarians who were “athletic, handsome, young and naïve” for grooming.

The North American College says it “contests every and all” of Gorgia’s allegations “completely and categorically.” The Communications Director of the Archdiocese of New York said Gorgia’s claims are “absurd and have no basis in fact or law.”

Morse stated, “We at the Ruth Institute sincerely hope that the truth is revealed and that justice is done, as the legal process runs its course. Only the truth can really set us free.”

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.


Ruth Inst. Partners with Kenya Christian Professionals Forum to Celebrate Marriage Week

February 10, 2021

For Immediate Release

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Ruth Inst. Partners with Kenya Christian Professionals Forum to Celebrate Marriage Week

The Ruth Institute is pleased to announce its partnership with the Kenya Christian Professionals Forum to celebrate Marriage Week (Feb. 7-14). Ruth Institute Founder and President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., said: “We are delighted to be working with KCPF to promote the good of marriage internationally.”

The Institute launched its National Marriage Week project with a Marriage Resource Center, which includes a Marriage Fact Sheet, interviews with well-respected scholars on the philosophy and theology of marriage, and practical advice to help couples live out their marriage vows. The Kenyan Christian Professionals Forum will be sharing these resources with their followers.


Morse observed: “Every nation depends on marriage for its very survival. That’s why the celebration of marriage must be a worldwide phenomenon. The Ruth Institute and the Kenya Christian Professionals Forum have pledged to work together toward that end.

“Sadly, in the past half-century, marriage has been buffeted by the winds of divorce, cohabitation, out-of-wedlock births, and other destructive forces unleashed by the Sexual Revolution.

“But married men and women are happier, healthier and better off financially than their single counterparts. Children raised by their married, biological parents do better in school and are less prone to the pathologies that afflict youth (crime, drugs, alcohol) than children from other types of families.

“We are grateful to the Kenya Christian Professionals Forum for their partnership with us to promote the good of marriage, as well as for all of its efforts in Africa!”

KCPF brings together Christian professionals from various denominations sharing common values on life, religion, value-based education, and governance. It helps develop a legal and social environment supportive of Biblical values through research, advocacy, mentorship, and witnessing.

KCPF’s key partners are the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops, National Council of Churches of Kenya, and the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya. Its newest project is the Africa Christian Professionals Forum.

Morse made the case for marriage and the family in her 2001 book, Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village.

Morse warned of the forces endangering the family in her 2018 book, The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives.

The Ruth Instituteis a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.


Ruth Inst. Launches Marriage Project for National Marriage Week

February 4, 2021

For Immediate Release

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The Ruth Institute is celebrating National Marriage Week, February 7-14, by launching its on-line Marriage Resource Center.“We’re always eager to promote lifelong married love, especially this past year when couples faced so many challenges getting married,” said Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., president and founder of the Ruth Institute.

The Ruth Institute’s celebration of National Marriage Week seeks to inspire people to get married and stay married, by showing them the benefits of marriage to individuals, children, and society at large.


“Marriage is the foundation of civilization, the most reliable social structure for raising helpless bundles of self-centered neediness (namely infants) to become responsible, caring adults.” Morse added, “Children raised by their married biological parents, are better adjusted, better students, and more likely to avoid destructive adolescent behavior, including drugs, alcohol, and crime.”

“More importantly,” Morse continued, “children are entitled to a relationship with both parents, unless an unavoidable tragedy prevents it. Every person, without exception, is entitled to know the identity of their parents, which is the key to knowing their genetic background and cultural and social heritage. Lifelong married love protects these legitimate interests of children.”

The Marriage Resource Center hosts inspiring stories of couples who overcame Covid lockdown obstacles to get married this past year. The Ruth Institute’s celebration will also include interactive posts on their Facebook page, as well as a host of videos and articles.

The Marriage Resource Center provides a helpful Marriage Fact Sheet, interviews with family scholars on the philosophy and theology of marriage, and perhaps most importantly, practical resources to help couples live out their marriage vows.

Morse noted, “The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights calls families formed through marriage, ‘the natural and fundamental group unit of society,’ which is, ‘entitled to protection by society and the state.’

“Married men and women are healthier, happier, live longer and are more successful than their single counterparts. But sadly, in the United States, marriage is on the decline,” Morse said. “While 70% of American adults were married in 1970, by 2018, that figure had fallen to 50%. Men and women are also marrying later in life and having fewer children – all to the detriment of society.”

Morse concluded, “Without marriage, we become isolated individuals committed only to ourselves, our career, and the latest fads. We invite everyone to join the Ruth Institute in celebrating National Marriage Week.”

 

Morse made these marriage arguments in her 2001 book, Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village.

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives.

To schedule an interview with Dr. Morse, contact media@ruthinstitute.org.

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