E wrote in to add to yesterday’s fairytale conversation: I was obsessed with fairy tales and mythology as a child. Back in the 60s, that meant reading the “Blue Fairy Book” and the “Red Fairy Book” from the school library and other books my parents bought me. It was still safe in…
Online trans communities are short on definitions—if you think you might be trans, you probably are, whatever that means to you!—but trans thought…
On the New York Times latest dispatch from the frontier of an unfolding medical scandal
I wouldn’t normally waste my time responding to Chase Strangio—one of Twitter’s most shameless traffickers in dishonest hyperbole and outright…
Never ever try to please these people by doing anything whatsoever that you were not already going to do for other, better reasons anyway
I actually wrote all but one sentence of this before the Supreme Court decision leaked, for reasons that will become obvious… Six years ago, the…
To buy into gender ideology, you have to believe on some level that there’s a right and wrong way to be a boy or girl or man or woman. You also have to…
I’ve been writing a lot about abortion lately—find me an American feminist who hasn’t—and every time I sit down and start to type, I think about a…
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