Saturday, June 6, 2020

Ann Farmer

Ann Farmer
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Ann Farmer is the author of By Their Fruits: Eugenics, Population Control, and the Abortion Movement (Catholic University of America, 2008).

Sorry, Miss Gender, I didn’t see your pronoun badge

Student union officials at Edinburgh University plan to hand out pronoun badges to freshers so they know whether to refer to each other as...

Fireperson Dany’s sex war

The first female head of the London Fire Brigade has claimed that ‘sexist’ portrayals of muscle-bound firemen are putting women off joining the service....

TCW Summer reads: Life itself is a detective story

The fiction of G K Chesterton After completing Chesterton and the Jews: Friend, Critic, Defender (2015) I embarked on a re-reading of his novels and...

Full-time patients need full-time doctors

The average GP now works less than three-and-a-half days a week, research shows, with just five per cent of trainees intending to work full...

Thought for today: Futility treatment on the NHS

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has warned the NHS that it must offer transgender patients awaiting transitioning treatment access to fertility services or...

Thought for today: Why so quick to take the guilt off the gingerbread?

The sandwich shop chain Pret a Manger has introduced a gingerbread woman to partner its gingerbread man, explaining that a customer had asked why...

Saturday essay: Planet Attenborough – too precious to be wasted on children

The national treasure Sir David Attenborough wants children to reconnect with nature,  though he doesn’t tell us how. Perhaps he is oblivious to the...

The RSPCA stars in its own Python sketch

A Kensington woman was somewhat surprised when she woke up to discover a 3ft snake coiled next to her. She rushed out of her...

Children of rape confound the pro-abortionists

Abortion campaigners have long exploited the public's horror of rape and sympathy for its victims to construct a ‘virtuous’ reason for terminating a pregnancy. But...

Thought for today: Scrubbing out Mr Kipling’s exceedingly fine verse

Following the action of Manchester students who scrubbed Rudyard Kipling’s poem If from their university wall, Madeline Grant warns that these protesters against his...

Thought for today: An Eton mess over boys who would be girls

Simon Henderson, headmaster of Eton, discusses what would happen if a boy wishes to identify as a girl. The single-sex school ‘would engage with that...

Mayor Khan’s insult to Trump and free speech

With thousands expected to protest today against Donald Trump’s visit to the UK, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has refused to intervene in plans to...

The doctor sacked for believing in the truth

A doctor has had his government contract terminated after refusing to renounce his Christian belief that gender is determined at birth. Dr David Mackereth, 55,...

Thought for today: The gender fables that bamboozle Generation Z

Research has found that only two-thirds of 16-to-22-year-olds – the so-called ‘Generation Z’ – say they are exclusively heterosexual. This is a lower proportion than...

Thought for today: Happy deathday, NHS. Now start thinking about saving lives

The UK ‘performs worse than almost any other advanced country in the prevention of avoidable deaths’. It is listed as ‘below average in the...

And they all lived offensively ever after

The American Library Association’s award for ‘works that have made a significant impact on children’s literature in America’ used to be named the Wilder...

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