McCarthy, Anthony
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Dr. Anthony McCarthy is the author of Ethical Sex: Sexual Choices and their Nature and Meaning (Fidelity Press 2016). He lives in London and lectures on moral philosophy and bioethics both in and outside the United Kingdom.


Domestic abuse becomes a political football in UK abortion debate

Would a bullying partner never force a woman to order abortion pills?

Date posted: 2020-07-25

Protecting Sex From Liberalism

Our culture increasingly treats human bodies, sex, reproduction, and family structures as malleable to a radical degree. We need to recognize that the human body was chosen by God, in whose image and likeness we are made.

Date posted: 2019-01-19

Forget Not the Body: Reflections on Artificial Wombs

Thinking about artificial wombs helps clarify the moral significance of the bodily and the biological - in particular, the significance of pregnancy and maternity.

Date posted: 2017-06-23

Pleasure, Consent, and Dignity: Peter Singer Is Wrong About the Sexual Assault of a Disabled Man

The more you minimize the value of humanity itself, the less you will be capable of understanding our fundamental rights, the meaning of our bodies, and the gift of sexuality.

Date posted: 2017-05-07