Carrie Bourassa, transracialism & where the logic pushes us on gender

Yesterday, The Times reported that Canadian academic, Carrie Bourassa, has been placed on administrative leave from her university after an investigation questioned her claims of

If there’s one thing we can offer, it’s authenticity

As I’m writing this, I have just seen one of those promo videos from a larger church talking about all the great stuff people can

It’s not anti-woke; it’s just racist

Is it a bit early for getting in the mood for Christmas? Well, maybe. But I understand why the shops are beginning to gear up

The reality of Privilege and why our discussions often head South

I caught this conversation on Twitter between Laurence Fox and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown Now, my purpose in writing this isn’t to suggest who is right and

Current Liberal narratives stoke tensions and facilitate divide and rule

Following the toppling of Edward Colston’s statue in Bristol, the following sculpture soon found itself next to the empty plinth: As Paul Embery remarked on

About those statues

In yesterday’s post, I wrote about how nuance was difficult to come by these days. Twitter once again did a sterling job of proving the

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