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6 February 2024
New York Times: Strong doubts about hormones for children with gender dysphoria
The world's leading woke newspaper has always unhesitatingly supported transactivist demands, starting with the indecent treatment of JK Rowling. Today the paper changes course and in a very long article criticises the 'affirmative therapy' (puberty blockers, hormones and surgery) for trans minors, giving a voice to some hitherto censored and ostracised detransitioners. Because by now even many Democratic voters have strong doubts. And there is a risk of losing many readers: "get woke, go broke".
For years, the New York Times has been the world's leading woke newspaper and has always unhesitatingly supported transactivist demands, jubilating critical voices. The treatment of JK Rowling is exemplary. In 2022 a very violent subscription campaign invited people to imagine Harry Potter without its creator: the ultimate in cancel culture (see here) A misogynistic and aggressive gesture - the initiative turned out to be a boomerang and many female subscribers threatened to cancel -. A few months ago The Daily published [...].
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5 July 2022
Women attacked from left and right: the ash on the head of the New York Times
As the organ of the liberals and woke culture, the great US newspaper has been undertaking a vigorous change of course for a few months now, admitting its own excesses and the misogyny of the new progressive course committed to wiping out women. While waiting for the self-critical wind to blow in Europe too
by Pamela Paul Perhaps it makes sense that women - complacent and pleasant-looking creatures, selfless and just as pretty - were the ones who finally brought our polarised country together. Because the far right and the far left have found the one thing they can agree on: women don't matter. The position of the right is best known, the movement has been aggressively dedicated for decades to depriving women of basic rights. Thanks also to two judges [...]
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20 February 2022
New York Times proposal: get rid of JK Rowling
A violent subscription campaign in the US newspaper invites people to imagine Harry Potter without its creator: the ultimate in cancel culture. A misogynistic and aggressive gesture that could inspire real ones. But the initiative turns out to be a boomerang and many female subscribers threaten to cancel.
According to the New York Times, JK Rowling has to go. A violent campaign on electronic billboards invites readers to "imagine Harry Potter without its creator": cancel culture at its maximum power, the non plus ultra of wokeness. Not being able to do away with the creature that has taken on a life of its own (the books of the Harry Potter saga are among the best-sellers in the world) one "kills" the creator. Words are stones, and from the symbolic to the reality the step [...]
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9 March 2021
I'm trans, I live in the UK and I'm fine: how the US media misrepresents reality
Being against trans ideology does not at all mean hating trans people or being trans exclusionary, as queers shout. Far from it. Like women, transgender people do not benefit from trans-ideology. Columnist Debbie Hayton explains this very well and definitively. Who - incidentally - is trans. Readers of the New York Times might wonder how trans people survive in the UK. On the other side of the Atlantic, the paper speaks of a hostile climate in which both the left and the right [...]
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9 January 2021
Brains coming back (and wanting to stay): here's the task force we need
Reading Etty Hillesum (if you haven't already done so, do so) teaches us something decisive for life: even in the most tragic circumstances - for her it was absolute evil in the Westerbork detention camp, the last stop before Auschwitz - there is always something good somewhere. "I believe that you can get something positive out of life in all circumstances," she wrote. It is then a question of advertising it, of giving a hand to this good, of [...]
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