Swimming in the Shallow Pool of Narcissism

In an exclusive interview with SwimSwam, Lia Thomas, a transgender athlete, recounted the experience of transitioning from male to female, and the subsequent outcome for participation with the University of Pennsylvania’s (UPenn) swim team. It was in 2018 that Thomas realized that he was transgender. There was a feeling of being “trapped” in one’s own body as a man. So, Thomas took steps to start identifying as a member of the gentler sex.

A look at Gender Critical Coming Out Day

In 365 days there has not been one example of what JK Rowling has said to be deemed, by any rational person, “transphobic.” She has made many comments on the current state of trans ideology and its effect on women’s rights. Words of integrity that have made trans radical actors (my term for TRAs) recite their litany of false accusations and vile, disgusting death threats. The support for Forstater received an exceptionally vitriolic response. An act of solidarity with a woman who was in the midst of battle to defend her beliefs and the right to freely express her views is tantamount to blasphemy.

Will WPATH Ignore Concerns about Medicalizing Children?

The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) has released a draft version of their Standards of Care 8 (SOC8) for the public to review and submit feedback. The survey provides statements that participants can respond to directly, as well as links to the full document that you may review and comment on generally.

Bill C 4 Receives Royal Ascent, While Ignoring Concerns

Royal ascent has been obtained for Bill C 4, enshrining the act to ban conversion therapy into the Canadian criminal code. The legislative action that is considered but a formality was performed by Governor General Mary Simon on December 8. This came after it was fast tracked through both houses of parliament with little to no discussion. 

They Were Women, men have no right to this day

On December 6, 1989, 14 women were murdered at l’Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal. They died because they were women. They were ruthlessly gunned down by a man defended by claims that he was harmed by feminism. Any investigation into his motivations ended when he turned the gun upon himself. Only a suicide note was found with his accusations and a list of the names of more women he wished to murder.