USA Today: Charlie Camosy responds to USA Today’s announcement of its support for physician-assisted suicide, arguing that the policy has had disastrous consequences elsewhere and puts the most vulnerable at risk.

The Washington Post: Focusing on consent to the exclusion of other aspects of sex, such as intimacy, is a disservice to college students, argues Jon Zimmerman. Ethika Politika’s Alexandra DeSanctis likewise contends that combatting sexual assault in a university setting requires a holistic approach that recognizes human dignity.

Institute for Family Studies: Social media use may have a small, negative impact on marital quality, reports Jeffrey Dew of Utah State University.

National Review: Marjorie Dannenfelser advocates for the reallocation of money from Planned Parenthood to community health centers that provide comprehensive health care services for women.

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