is quietly tearing at the time, efficiency, and souls of young men, families, and workplaces today. It wasn’t invented recently, of course, but its availability is unlike ever before, in ways many, I assume, wouldn’t quite care to imagine. It’s frequently not talked about a lot — often for understandable reasons. (Pamela Paul, Mary Eberstadt, Laura Ingraham, and Mona Charen are some notable exceptions.) When I recently went to a press conference for a Witherspoon Institute study on its social costs, a man walked in, stayed a few, and announced, “I expected to be much more titillated by this than I am.” And there we are. It’s dangerous stuff and, well, I’ll go ahead and let you read the story of one wife and mother. I’d be curious for your thoughts — maybe especially from men.