Coming this fall: Supreme Court battles may change the meaning of “sex” under the law.
It’s been criticized as little better than the horoscope section. But there’s great wisdom in there for those willing to look.
In our cancel culture, comics like Shane Gillis who push the envelope and don’t virtue signal have become suspect.
Rampant grade anxiety is a reflection of deeper American social dysfunction, with our children the biggest victims.
What moral gate has broken open, allowing obvious social pathologies to fester without stigma?
Because I don’t believe children should be medically malformed and that gender is just a costume and “a feeling.”
They have a side of the story too and it isn’t nearly as monolithic as it’s often made to seem.
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