Selina Soule is fighting for justice for women in sports
Title IX passed in 1972. The purpose of the bill was to encourage girls like Selina Soule to participate in sports with equal resources and opportunities as those offered to male athletes, who at the time were considerably advantaged. The words “gender identity” were not included in the bill.
Living well is the best revenge: Israel is thriving despite BDS
No new definition of anti-Semitism is going to stop anti-Semitic cretins from hating Jews and saying so. Let them. It’s worth repeating: Living well is the best revenge.
The PPC’s strength is their dedication to free speech
The PPC is fielding candidates in all 338 ridings, an impressive accomplishment given the time constraints. Their basic platform, which includes tax simplification, the abolition of supply management, as well as long-overdue abolition of inter-provincial tariffs, indicates commitment to fundamental conservative principles.
Ontario family files human rights complaint after six-year-old girl upset by gender theory in school
N is the kind of child, her mother Pamela told me in a telephone interview, that adores school—or did until the particular morning that prompted this column.
The many faces of modern anti-Semitism
My grandchildren have never known a time, as we did, when synagogue doors did not have guards. The town hall may reveal that additional layers of security will be considered necessary. Nobody needs me to explain why this is happening. It’s the new normal for Jews here, just as it has been for many years in Europe.
In a world of sex dolls and robots, ethics are hard to pin down
This isn’t my first visit to the sex doll rodeo. To honour my commitment to bright lines between ironic and serious intent, I hereby give notice that I am now finished having fun with this topic, and am now crossing over to a serious consideration of the issue of sex robots. Are they a good thing or a bad thing for society?
A new German commercial takes man hating to the next level
What is particularly revolting about this ad is that the mother—who is, let’s not forget, portrayed as the very avatar of human beneficence—demonstrates approval of her child’s disdain for her father.
J.K. Rowling has lost her magic touch by pandering to progressives
Rowling’s years-later revelation, one of startling magnitude, came as a stunning and puzzling novelty to the literary scene.