Psychiatry Professor: ‘Transgenderism’ Is Mass Hysteria Similar To 1980s-Era Junk Science
Consider the remarkable phenomenon of transgenderism. A disorder of gender identity that afflicts a minuscule number of Americans has become a polarizing cultural cause celebre. Its influence—in capturing public attention and demanding social change—has been extraordinary, out of all proportion to the numbers of the gender-dissatisfied.
While the political left has fully embraced the transgender agenda as a “civil right” opposed by only the bigoted and hateful, many people see the movement as a concerted attack on traditional social mores and customs, an “in your face” assault on conventional standards, practices, and morality.
Women-tracking app that lets Saudi Arabian men track their wives is ALLOWED on Apple and Google stores and has been downloaded more than one million times
Apple and Google are being accused of helping to ‘enforce gender apartheid’ in Saudi Arabia by offering an app on their platforms which allows men to track women and stop them leaving the country.
Absher is available on both the Google Play and iTunes store and is an app developed by the Saudi government which allows men to specify when and how women can cross Saudi borders – and will even alert them if they do so.
Criminals are getting it easy from Canada’s justice system
In Canada there has been a strange new phenomenon occurring in our courts.
Heinous criminals are getting off easy, instead of maximum sentences being utilized or at least a fair sentence. The recent sentences handed out to these individuals is all but appalling.
The case for Russia collusion … against the Democrats
Now that both the House and Senate have cleared Donald Trump of Democrat-inspired allegations of Russian collusion, it is worth revisiting one anecdote that escaped significant attention during the hysteria but continues to have U.S. security implications.
Want to date Indigenous? There’s an app for that!
People are turning to apps like Tinder and Bumble to find love. But now there’s Rezfox, a dating app created with Indigenous people in mind.
“The difference between Rezfox and other apps that are out there is that we are Native specific … for Indigenous people across North America,” said Brad Pine, who is on the app’s development team.
“We’re trying to bring everybody together underneath one umbrella, as one community.” By racially separating them.