Monthly Archives: April 2022

Reflecting On My Pro-Human Bias

So puberty is apparently pathological now: Puberty blockers (temporary, reversible) are more benign than going through a puberty that can’t be undone. If you can’t see that, then you really need to reflect on your biases and whether you consider … Continue reading

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OK Groomer – The Ethics of Inflammatory Rhetoric

Perverts and degenerates are getting more and more brazen in their attempts to groom our children. And it’s good to see the right-wing beginning to embrace calling a spade a spade on this matter. Nevertheless, there’s a certain kind of … Continue reading

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Cultural Doggie Bag: The Mary Sue Done Right–Adol Christin (Ys)

Hollywood has been giving viewers a lot of reasons to use the term “Mary Sue” over the past few years. In case you’re unaware, it refers to a certain type of character in fiction–one which can be female or male … Continue reading

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The Face of Low-Trust Education

As I’ve written elsewhere, it’s great to see parents taking back their authority and responsibility for their children. Florida’s new anti child-grooming law is the most high-profile of these attempts at the moment. And though that step is miniscule, the … Continue reading

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