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The Infectious Myth – Inventing Transgender Children

Michele Moore and Heather Brunskell-Evans are British academics and feminists who recently edited the book, “Inventing Transgender Children and Young People” (2019). With David they discuss the rapid rise in gender dysphoria and transgenderism in the UK, including the dominant role that transgender organizations have played in education and treatment of the vulnerable youth who are literally not comfortable in …

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The Infectious Myth – Peter Gøtzsche and the Cochrane Collaboration

Peter Gøtzsche was one of about 80 people who founded the Cochrane Collaboration in the 1990s, which became the world’s leading evidence based medicine organization, famous for its reviews of drugs, vaccines and other medical interventions. Peter became an advocate for obtaining all the information for reviews, including that which had been submitted to drug regulators, but never made public. …

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The Infectious Myth – JCCF Lawyers and the Gender Wars

JCCF, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, is a Canadian, libertarian, legal non-profit that intervenes in cases based on issues they consider to be important. Recently, they represented female estheticians, mostly poor immigrant women of color, who refused to give a brazilian wax to biological male/transwoman J. Yaniv, and a Grade 1 girl who was told by her teacher that …

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The Infectious Myth – Gender Issues

David discusses gender issues in this episode, summarizing an online correspondence with Larry Cahill, a neuroscientist who thinks that differences between male and female brains are clear, differences between men and women in sports, and how recent research shows they are not erased by testosterone lowering, the impact of gender self id on crime and imprisonment, and more. Download Here

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The Infectious Myth – Flawed Forensics with Frederic Whitehurst

Frederic Whitehurst, a PhD chemist, lawyer, and former employee of the FBI Crime Lab, speaks with David about flaws in forensic evidence. While at the crime lab he was involved with major cases including the 1983 World Trade Center bombing, a 1993 assassination attempt on President Bush, the 1989 Avianca Airlines bombing and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Frederic was …

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The Infectious Myth – Detransitioning

This week’s guest, a Canadian woman going by the name of “Ben”, lived as a transman for a while, before deciding that this was a mistake, and that she was actually a lesbian. Classifying herself as a “butch”, and using a masculine name, she still sees herself as a woman. She is establishing an organization for the many people who …

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The Infectious Myth – Fluoridation Again, with Paul Connett and Bob Dickson

After our last discussion of water fluoridation in 222, it was expected that the University of Calgary would deliver a pro-fluoridation report, which would be used by a city council committee to recommend fluoridation of this major Canadian city (well over one million people). But the report, while pro-fluoride overall, admitted that the data on neurological effects (e.g. lower IQ) …

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The Infectious Myth – Fluoridation Again, with Paul Connett and Bob Dickson

After our last discussion of water fluoridation in 222, it was expected that the University of Calgary would deliver a pro-fluoridation report, which would be used by a city council committee to recommend fluoridation of this major Canadian city (well over one million people). But the report, while pro-fluoride overall, admitted that the data on neurological effects (e.g. lower IQ) …

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The Infectious Myth – Intersex and Transgender with Claire Graham

Claire Graham is a British intersex advocate, and an intersex woman herself. David discusses the new attention given to intersex issues, as they are often used to bolster the claim that sex and gender are not binary. But ‘intersex’ is a misleading term, because almost all cases are quite easily determined to be men and women, and in many cases, …