Episode 3 of The Collin Wynter Channel: Conversation with The State Media
by Collin Wynter
When you watch a documentary twice, and not because you weren’t paying full attention at first, then it must be because of the phenomenal value of the experience. The State Media, a UK organization made up of folks who have a gender critical point of view, has researched and developed such a film. Gender Ideology is broken down into a fourteen part mini-series or you can watch the full length version which is almost two and half hours. Not finished there, they have begun a second season, where they continue their examination of gender ideology and its effects on society.
You will notice in the conversation that I had with “Sam” (a pseudonym) that their icon is used rather than a video feed. A desire for anonymity is justified because of the amount of doxxing that gender critical persons receive from the trans radical actors. Some of the most vile statement have been made from men wearing dresses or supposed appearing as female or of some other spurious gender towards women, and men, particularity gay men.
The documentary itself spans major topics topics, such as: the use of language to control the societal narrative, psychological manipulation, politicians pandering to the trans lobby, attacks on women, the disinformation regarding trans death stats, and more.
Their documentary is on youtube. Their website has more information and accepts support. And you can find them on twitter.
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And without any further adieu, please click the link below for my conversation with The State Media.