ACLU joins lawsuit allowing biological males to compete in women’s sports

A few days ago, and previously as well, I discussed the difficult issue of transgender women seeking to compete in women’s sports. The thorny issue of “what do you do with males transitioning to the female gender?” or with those who have completed their transition, is often resolved by many with the simple Diktat: “Transgender … Continue reading ACLU joins lawsuit allowing biological males to compete in women’s sports

Greenwald on journalistic tattle-tale culture

Glenn Greenwald is a mixed bag, and though I generally agree with what he has to say, I’m not a fan of his angry and often self-aggrandizing tone. That tone is on display in his new Substack column, but it’s a good column and well worth reading. (Substack is now the go-to place for disaffected … Continue reading Greenwald on journalistic tattle-tale culture

ACLU staff attorney calls for censorship of Abigail Shrier’s book on gender dysphoria

What’s happened to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is a crying shame. And I say this even though I volunteered for them, have been a member on and off, and was the recipient of their largesse when, for no fee, they represented me and four other defendants in a class-action suit about illegal drafting … Continue reading ACLU staff attorney calls for censorship of Abigail Shrier’s book on gender dysphoria

Once again, the question of transgender women competing in women’s sports

The article in Quillette shown below (click on screenshot) is odd because the author is listed as “Quillette Magazine”, with no indication who did the research and writing. Claire Lehmann? Other people? If it’s a consortium of editors, they should really say so. Nothing is gained by completely anonymous publication. Nevertheless, it’s an informative and … Continue reading Once again, the question of transgender women competing in women’s sports