Links to items I have found interesting and thought-provoking. I do not necessarily endorse all arguments presented here.
The Fury of the Fatherless
by Mary Eberstadt December 2020
How the UK got its new history
Alex Kaschuta speaks to Simon about how the United Kingdom changed since he was growing up, what prompted him to speak about the changes he was witnessing, Immigration, Rotherham, Colonialism and slavery (of all colors), Polish concentration camps, black history month, homeschooling and much more.
Emiliann Lorenzen interviews Exulansic, a self-described Gender Atheist. She does not believe in gender ideology, and she argues that it functions much like a religion. This interview goes in-depth into her analysis of gender ideology as a religion, including pronoun prayers, gender ideities, and its many sects. Exulansic creates videos about this topic and the medicalization of trans-identified people. Banned from Youtube, you can find her on https://odysee.com/@Exulansic:d
The Balance Myth
Laura Wood 2009 The following is a critique of the widely prevalent notion that the ideal life for a woman is one of “balance,” the judicious mixing of career and home. I call this the “Balance Myth,” one of the central ideas of mainstream feminism.
Critical Race Theory
What is Critical Race Theory? What does it believe? Where does it come from? How does it work? And what can we do about it? These are core questions to understanding our times. In this series of lectures, originally delivered in Tampa, Florida, in July of 2021, James Lindsay, the founder of New Discourses, gives thorough, deep answers to these questions.