Delayed childbearing, environmental fears, and a sex recession.
The Jewish population is growing faster than the Arab population.
Viewing children as a blessing.
The problem is that too many people who want marriage and children don’t have them.
Are grandmothers responsible?
Policy is not the primary driver of a future-oriented society.
Understanding the social benefits of children.
After other crises, people turned to God. Not this time.
A lesson from the new hostility toward fertility.
“We can talk about gender equity all we want, but our bodies are out of sync with our beliefs.”
In the era of polyamory and “escaping gender norms,” marriage becomes one script among many.
Free-range parenting is the default position.
An anomaly in the developed world.
Elliot Jager’s personal reflections on Judaism and infertility.