Time has a refreshingly counter-cultural article celebrating the father-daughter relationship and the moral issue of sexual purity.

Very moving, and not as patriarchal as one might assume with an article like this:

If you listen long enough, you wonder whether there is really such a
profound disagreement about what parents want for their children.
Culture war by its nature pours salt in wounds, finds division where
there could be common purpose. Purity is certainly a loaded word–but
is there anyone who thinks it’s a good idea for 12-year-olds to have
sex? Or a bad idea for fathers to be engaged in the lives of their
daughters and promise to practice what they preach? Parents won’t
necessarily say this out loud, but isn’t it better to set the bar high
and miss than not even try?