In his 1890 work entitled Might Is Right, Ragnar Redbeard wrote at great length about cultural deception. He said that “the most dangerous of all enthroned lies is the holy, the sanctified, the privileged lie… It is the fruitful mother of all other popular errors and delusions. It is hydra-headed. It has a thousand roots. It is a social cancer.” In the 21st century, one such cancer — that has metastasized to infect even the very science behind human evolution — has come to be known as transgenderism. So, come with us as we put this subject under the knife in order to root out the ambiguous definition of transgender, the high cost of surgery and hormones, transitioning children, the reality of associated self-harm and suicide, the influence of trend, gays vs. transgenders, bad statistics, de-transitioning, and why people are afraid to say anything to the contrary about all of this.

Episodic Links
“This Is So Hard:” Coping with Complications from Gender Affirmation Surgery
75% of Transgender Women Fail to Suppress Testosterone
DEBUNKED: The Dark History of ‘Gender Theory’
Biological Differences Between Men and Women
Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
Transgender Trend: Detransition
Book TV: Gary Greenberg, “The Book of Woe”
Tucker Carlson vs. DNC Zac Petkanas – How Gender Works
Wikipedia: John Money
Gender debate sparks bitter divide among trans and feminist groups
Dr. Michelle Cretella on Transgenderism: A Mental Illness is Not a Civil Right
Long-Term Follow-Up of Transsexuals Undergoing Sex Reassignment
Dr Quentin Van Meter on unethical transgender medicine involving children
Gavin McInnes: Trans parenting is child abuse
New Research Shows a Vast Majority of Cis People Won’t Date Trans People
Sex changes are not effective, say researchers
Suicidality in Body Dysmorphic Disorder
The Detransitioners: They Were Transgender, Until They Weren’t
The Real Problems With Psychiatry
Sex Change Regret Dot Com

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In this episode, we explore the culture of offendedness, why they’re offended, and what that means to the rest of us. Later in the program, we’ll speak with a former Playboy executive regarding that publication’s recent move to eliminate nudity and why that might be. Then, we’ll conclude with some thoughts on censorship from a now deceased rock musician and iconoclast, one who often had the final word on why free speech matters more than hurt feelings.

Episodic Links
“What’s Wrong With Outcome-Based Education?”
“How fear of offending has trumped freedom of speech among today’s young people”
“Meno”
“In Defense of Offense”
“The Coddling of the American Mind”
Choosing to be offended – Pat Condell
Frank Zappa on Nightwatch (part 1) | (part 2) | (part 3) | (part 4)

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In this episode, we take on the equality myth in historical, literary, and contemporary contexts. Later in the program, we’ll speak to a mathematician on the subject of “equality in math” and how it may or may not extend to human equality. Next, the Shame Chamber will bring us a defendant from the Great White North and its effects on children. And, then, we’ll conclude with a parable from a certain 19th century German philosopher who certainly had much to say on the matter.

Episodic Links
“The Iron Law of Inequality”
Did Somebody Say “Structural Racism”?
“The Painful Truth About Affirmative Action”
The Pussification of Youth in Canada – A Dose of Buckley
“On The Natural Inequality of Men”
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen from the Constitution of Year I (1793)
The Declaration of Independence
Nietzsche: On The Tarantulas

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