Alice Marie Giordano is director of the Office of Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation of the Ursuline Sisters of the Eastern Province in New Rochelle, N.Y. Among its ministries is advocacy for victims of human trafficking.
Marleen Williams is a clinical professor of counseling psychology at Brigham Young University, a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints school in Provo, Utah. She specializes in women’s mental health and focuses her research on eating disorders, depression, trauma and spirituality in women. She says religious beliefs that see the body as a God-given gift […]
Martin Ottenheimer is an anthropology professor at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan., whose research specializes in marriage and family relationships.
Maura I. Strassberg is a law professor at Drake University in Des Moines who has expertise in sexuality law and has written about polygamy.
Michele Alexandre, an associate law professor at the University of Mississippi, is a 2004 Fulbright Scholar researching the legal protection afforded to women under the Haitian practice of placage, an informal form of polygamy.
Read an April 5, 2013, article from Christianity Today about the Christian controversy surrounding the Plan B contraceptive.
Read a June 10, 2013, article from the Associated Press (posted by the Huffington Post) about the federal government’s decision to comply with a New York state judge’s ruling on the Plan B contraceptive. While the Obama administration pushed to make 15 the minimum age at which a female could purchase Plan B without a prescription, […]
Read a May 1, 2013, article from ABC News about the FDA’s decision to make the Plan B contraception available to women 15 and older without a prescription.