- The Free Press is launching a brand new podcast sequence referred to as, “The Witch Trials of JK Rowling.” Hosted by Megan Phelps-Roper, who famously left the Westboro Baptist Church 10 years in the past, realizing she would lose her household and neighborhood in consequence, episodes will discover not solely the well-known “Harry Potter” writer’s story and expertise talking up in protection of girls (and in opposition to gender id ideology), but in addition varied sides of the trans debate, the Christian boycott of Harry Potter within the Nineties, and specialists on witch trials. The Witch Trials of J.K. Rowling will start on Tuesday, February 21, in every single place podcasts can be found.
- The case in opposition to Norwegian artist Tonje Gjevjon has been dropped. The lesbian filmmaker was below investigation for breach of the Norwegian Hate Speech Regulation, going through as much as three years in jail for saying males can’t be lesbians or moms.
- The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) Language Mission is urging the scientific neighborhood exchange phrases like “father” and “mom” with “guardian,” “egg donor,” and “sperm donor.” The EEB, which incorporates scientists in the US and Canada, includes a listing of the “high 24 dangerous phrases” on their web site, which incorporates man, girl, mom, father, primitive, invasive and “survival of the fittest.”
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