Male Biden appointee wins USA Today’s “Woman of the Year” (and other stories)

A roundup of news and commentary from around the interwebs.

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This, from Public Discourse, is lovely: “Why not have a bunch of kids?”

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Idaho has become the first state to pass a copycat bill similar to the pro-life law in Texas that has already saved thousands of lives.

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Good news for a change: the UK House of Lords has rejected assisted suicide again.

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J.K. Rowling is using her Twitter profile with nearly fourteen million followers to share the stories of “de-transitioners”—kids who were diagnosed as transgender, began the process of “transitioning,” and suffered permanent damage before realizing that their sex was not the problem. These are heartbreaking stories, and Rowling is helping to break them into the mainstream.

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You may remember that USA Today literally declared a man—Richard “Rachel” Levine, a Biden appointee and Navy admiral—to be “Woman of the Year.” Well, the Babylon Bee just got suspended from Twitter from declaring the same fellow to be their “Man of the Year.” Our Big Tech overlords demand that we play along, or get banned from the digital public square.

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Meanwhile, the attorney general of Texas has also been flagged on Twitter for “hateful conduct” after calling Levine a man. Which, of course, he is. But some truths are rapidly becoming illegal.

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On that subject, I’m sure you’ve heard that the NCAA female swimming competition was won by “Lia” Thomas, a strapping young man who was 432nd in male swimming but is now cleaning house at swim meets by identifying as a woman. Photos of him reveal a very manly dude in a woman’s bathing suit, which does not disguise the…obvious…fact that he is a man. His female competitors attempted to ignore his win, and Thomas received many boos.

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There’s more. Here are seventy-two men who identify as women—all convicted autogynephiles, pedophiles, or rapists. A full 56% of them started identifying as women after they were arrested for their crimes.

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This is very powerful: “The Nigerian Schoolgirls Eight Years Later.”

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More soon.

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