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12 February 2021
The girls' tenderness for 'the two dads'.
Some time ago on the blog "Dads by choice" a video with two children and their two fathers wishing Christmas via Skype to their overseas "surrogate mother" (belly-mummy). Everything was perfect, smiling children, caring fathers, a Christmas home, gifts, the belly-mummy connecting with her children and husband: a "big extended family", says the end of the video. Many comments express perplexity at this narrative of absolute happiness: Skype is certainly not enough to heal the wound [...].
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4 January 2021
Irreparable harm: the new violence against girls and young women
Abigail Shrier is a freelance journalist who has recently written mainly for the Wall Street Journal. The idea for her book Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters (Regnery Publishing, among the best books of the year according to The Times and The Sunday Times), an essay analysing the more than 3,000 per cent increase in gender dysphoria among teenage girls, came to her after she wrote an article about new legislation in several US states that requires the [...]
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