Hutchinson, Robert
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Robert Hutchinson, a veteran travel writer, studied philosophy as an undergraduate, moved to Israel to study Hebrew, and earned an MA in Biblical studies. He writes frequently on the intersection of religion and popular culture at


Dispute over Texas 7-year-old may prove a legal setback for transgender movement

The legal dispute between a formerly married Texas couple over whether their 7-year-old son should be given hormone-blocking treatments and "transition" to being a girl may turn out to be the straw that finally breaks the transgender movement's back – at least in terms of public opinion.

Date posted: 2019-11-03

Sperm donor sues to force surrogate mother to abort one of her triplets

The sordid realities and ethical nightmares of surrogacy are coming to light.

Date posted: 2016-01-10

Obamacare: a poor deal for my family

One middleclass family crunches the numbers and finds Obamacare costs more and offers less.

Date posted: 2013-10-05

For the richer, not the poorer

They might spout liberal sentiments but it's the affluent who are reaping the benefits of marriage.

Date posted: 2013-10-05

Is demography destiny after all?

It seems that you cannot read an article on demography these days without the author contriving to bring in the phrase "demography is destiny". If this blog site were able to trademark its title, it might be able to make a bob or two out of it!

Date posted: 2013-08-01

In the birthplace of revolution, a French Spring

The establishment has been rattled by the vigour and intelligence of opposition to the new law on same-sex marriage.

Date posted: 2013-08-01