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A Family-Friendly Pronatalism

Almost as soon as we announced the Pronatalism Initiative, the American Compass published an article entitled “pronatalism isn’t pro-family.” The title perplexed us at first: here at the Institute for Family Studies, we are definitely pro-family; indeed, our roots are grounded in supporting marriage and parenting, and pronatalism is part of that focus. But of course, the article wasn’t about IFS or the Pronatalism Initiative; it was about Simone and Malcolm Collins, the tech entrepreneur-cum-pronatal-influencer couple. Since the Collins have received hefty donations to their foundation and promoted themselves as leading pronatalist influencers, it is unfortunately necessary to explain what we mean by pronatalism here at IFS and how it differs from the Collins’ view. Read More

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