Adam and Eve After the Pill

The sexual revolution that began in the 1960s concerned private behavior only. Or did it? In this course, Mary Eberstadt vigorously refutes that consensus and summarizes the civilizational toll of today’s fractured homes, feral children, and other fallout of the world after the Pill.

In these lectures, Mary Eberstadt marshalls evidence from a wide array of sources to illuminate the profound effects of the sexual revolution on today’s world. Lecture I connects the dots between shrinking, broken families and social disintegration across the West after the 1960s. Lecture II traces the dissolution of the home to signature political developments of our time, including the increase in acrimony, polarization, street violence, and identity politics. Lecture III examines the record past and present of the revolution’s attempts to infiltrate Christianity. Taken together, these talks offer a new set of evidence vindicating ancient teachings of the Church.

This course includes:

  • Three 1-hour video lectures
  • Extra reading material related to the course (optional)
  • Unlimited access to the course

Course book: For this course we recommend all students obtain a copy of the course books. We will be using:

  • Adam and Eve After the Pill: Revisited, Mary Eberstadt (2023) – Available at Amazon or Ignatius Press
  • Adam and Eve After the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution, Mary Eberstadt ((2012; paperback edition, 2013) – Available at Amazon or Ignatius Press

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Mary Eberstadt


Mary Eberstadt is a Senior Research Fellow at the Faith and Reason Institute and holds the Panula Chair at the Catholic Information Center. Her most recent book isĀ Adam and Eve after the Pill, Revisited, with a Foreword by Cardinal George Pell.