What makes teen girls so especially vulnerable to transgender activism is a combination of factors, including but not limited to the embarrassment inherent to puberty.
Gregg covers two critically important subjects here: the relationship between rationality and religious belief for one, and the legacy and destiny of the West for another.
Burke bids us stop and smell the roses here, and appreciate their thorns, then see the illiberality of the other sciences moderated with a fuller and more soulful humanity.
I have always hated the phrase “perception is reality.” It is too flattering, and too easily turns into an excuse to take the path of least resistance when mishandled.
Is it better to be kind or to be right? My wife posed a great question to our family at the dinner table on Saturday. After collecting our kids’ insightful answers, I weighed in on this poignant dilemma.