At the risk of upsetting prevailing sensitivities, a woman’s argument for maintaining sex-segregated spaces.
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This truly American genre has gotten so superficial, corporate, and debased that it’s unrecognizable from its proud origins.
That is what the PC wags are saying today, but there are many of us who will ‘get it’ and not for the reasons you think.
One of the great post-war classical singers was also courageous and eminently humane.
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Because I don’t believe children should be medically malformed and that gender is just a costume and “a feeling.”