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Trans Skepticism

“Although some people may clamor to have their spine severed, to have a healthy limb removed, or to have sex change operations, the recognition of the seriousness of the underlying psychiatric issues should only strengthen our resolve to protect the human dignity and authentic personal identity of these patients by declining their requests for any form of medical mutilation.”  Short opinion piece… 19 more words


Russian government to outlaw all GMO food products to protect citizens' health



Saturday, October 03, 2015 by: L.J. Devon, Staff Writer

(NaturalNews) As the American people are being force-fed GMOs and petitioning their government for honest food labels, other countries around the world are already removing the transgenic ingredients from their food supply. 718 more words

Crossroads News : Changes In The World Around Us And Our Place In It

An Incredibly Brief Thought on the Fundamentals of Basic Hygiene

I understand perfectly well that not everyone knows how to use the three seashells and that they do not exist is but one reason I am grateful that… 174 more words


“The Catholic On Call Handbook”

The Catholic On Call Handbook, which can be found online on the website of theCatholic Medical Guild of Singapore, is a bioethics guide for Catholic doctors that aims to help with navigation through sticky ethical situations in clinical practice. 98 more words


Over and Out

Hello dear readers,

The sun has set: today marks my final post for this Roger M Jones blog. It’s been a whirlwind of a year, and I hope you have enjoyed following these posts as much as I have enjoyed writing them. 516 more words

Other Musings

Commercial Assisted Suicide?: Featured Journal Article of the Month

The current issue of Bioethics (vol. 29, no. 7, September 2015) has a number of pieces that will be of likely interest to What’s Wrong? 270 more words

The Law

Commercial Surrogacy and Materialist Feminism

Roxane: I feel like the fact that housework isn’t paid compares to a form of slavery. Women do a lot of work for free, and we act as if it was just something expected of them, not worthy of recognition. 1,793 more words

The Law