The Parable of the Sower and the Dutch Government, by Auguste MeyratJuly 11, 2022
The Spiritual Dangers of Sedevacantism, by Eric SammonsJuly 12, 2022
‘A quarter of the girls in my kid’s class identify as boys,’ said one mother. ‘One of them has had four names this year, all from anime series.’
It has been four years since Dr. Lisa Littman of Brown University was viciously attacked for publishing a paper titled “Parent reports of adolescents and young adults perceived to show signs of a rapid onset of gender dysphoria.” Littman revealed that a key reason for the exponential growth of children and teens identifying as transgender is that gender ideology has become a peer contagion. Nearly every week since Littman’s much-maligned research was published, new evidence has emerged that she was correct.
The stories of how this peer contagion are spreading truly are surreal. Consider this story, from one mother writing anonymously (as most parents coming forward on this issue do): …