This Week’s Featured Article


Mothers Against Drag Diddling.

As “chestfeeding” becomes common practice, replacing “breastfeeding” in legal and medical literature (among many other incidents of transgender men imposing themselves onto women and childrens’ spaces), uncomfortable questions linger on the minds of mothers who remain at least somewhat attached to reality: in relation to women and children, where do the “rights” of adult males to sexual liberty and self-expression find their terminus?

Today’s children are subject to a regime that seeks to harden their sensibilities. Arguments in favor of a child’s moral or bodily integrity no longer stand a chance in a legal setting which prioritizes the feelings and delusions of the “sexual minorities,” who are designated as a protected political class according to a self-identified history of oppression.

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UK Report on Race Acknowledges the Link Between Family Breakdown and Inequality.

In March 2021, a new report by the UK Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities made waves in UK media because it dismissed “racism” as a catch-all explanation for social disadvantage. According to the report, “[t]he evidence shows that geography, family influence, socio-economic background, culture and religion have more significant impact on life chances than the existence of racism.” Read more

Taliban Demands War Booty, Women Aged 15-45, as Sex Slaves in Captured Afghanistan.

“All imams and mullahs in captured areas should provide the Taliban with a list of girls above 15 and widows under 45 to be married to Taliban fighters,” read a letter issued in the name of the Taliban’s Cultural Commission for Islamic preachers in the region. The Taliban has promised to marry these women to their fighters and take them to Pakistan’s Waziristan. There, these women will be converted to Islam and reintegrated.

Is anyone talking about the consent of the women involved? No. The Islamic jihadis are only claiming women as war booty from their captured regions. These women will then be treated as sex slaves to satiate the Taliban men and reproduce a fresh crop of Islamic jihadis. Read more

Why is Melinda Gates so obsessed with ‘gender equality’?

A few weeks ago, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) announced it is venturing further than ever before in its quest to establish “gender equality” by committing no less than US$2.1 billion to the endeavour — more than half of which will be spent on contraceptives.

The Foundation, and Melinda Gates in particular, is well-known for its efforts towards sterilising as much of the female population as possible, particularly in Africa, India and other developing nations. Read more

Parenting/Parental Rights

To help curb an overdose crisis, one Canadian city is … handing out free meth, heroin and cocaine.

Vancouver’s progressive views and policies are turning it into a drug hub. The province is now coddling drug users even more by prescribing “safe” alternatives to help keep drug users away from toxic illicit drugs.

Is this really what is best for people? De-stigmatizing heroin use and offering free alternatives like fentanyl patches?

How will these types of policies affect young people growing up in these cities? Are we teaching our kids drugs are okay? Drugs can be safe? If the government is providing drugs and a “safe” place to do them, why wouldn’t they try some? Read more

Washington DC City Council plans to vaccinate 11-year-olds without parents’ knowledge.

Under the cover of the pandemic, the D.C. City Council passed an act authorizing schools to administer vaccines to children as young as 11-years-old without their parent’s consent. It even authorizes the schools to “seek reimbursement, without parental consent, directly from the insurer.”

The D.C. City Council’s act has been described as “very intentionally designed to deceive parents.” Read more

Sports Families: The Hungry System of Club Sports.

I won’t fake any narrative drama. Juliet and I kept our agreement. We didn’t sign our son up for the competitive team tryouts. Everything we were learning about competitive soccer confirmed our hostility—weekly practices on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday coinciding with both rush hour and dinner hour; games every weekend; the threat of regular tournament schleps looming over the whole deal; the prospect of doing all this for almost the whole year and paying nearly $3,000 for the privilege. There was no way. He was in second grade. Read more

Sanctity of Life

The WHO Pushes “De-medicalization” of Abortion in Updated Self-Care Guidelines.

Abortion advocates are using WHO guidelines to promote at-home medical abortions, claiming they empower women and maximize “comfort and support,” despite the known harms.

The World Health Organization (WHO) released updated “self-care” guidelines recommending the self-administration of abortion-inducing drugs without the direct supervision of a doctor. Read more

Why should ‘choice’ only mean abortion?

Alliance for Life Ontario is conveying to Canadian women that there is a safe, effective (64% to 68%) method that may save their children if they have second thoughts after starting the Mifegymiso process. Abortion Pill Reversal has been developed to assist these women who want to save their children from the effects of the first pill in this protocol (Mifepristone).

It seems Canadian abortion advocates do not want women to know that this second chance at “choice” exists, as they are currently engaged in a campaign to silence the message that Alliance for Life Ontario is providing for these women. Read more

Marie Claire Magazine Pressures Hollywood to Depict More Parents Having Abortions.

The fashion magazine Marie Claire published a piece pressuring the entertainment industry to depict more parents having abortions because “[c]ountless studies have highlighted the importance of representation in media.”

Although there was a steep increase in the number of abortions depicted in film from 2019 to 2020, writer Danielle Campoamor still believes it’s not enough, because the storylines featured in movies and TV shows have “done nothing to remedy the discrepancies between the fictional characters who have abortions and the real patients who seek out the services.” Read more


Religion once played a starring role in the Olympics. Is that still the case today?

Religion still matters to many modern Olympic athletes, but its influence on the Games can be hard to spot. You’ll have to pay close attention to Olympics coverage over the next few weeks to catch athletes praying before their events or champions thanking God during their media interviews. Read more

Summit aims to build ‘global movement’ for religious freedom.

Over the course of the three days, religious leaders and advocates spoke passionately about the religious persecution that exists around the world, and the need for freedom.

One prominent topic of the summit was the plight of Christians in Iraq. Christians and Yazidis have not yet recovered from the genocide carried out by the Islamic State Group.

“Once dignity is destroyed, the family and all social stability is destroyed with it,” Warda said. “While buildings can be rebuilt, the restoring of the dignity to those who have been brutally marginalized and humiliated as human beings is a far more difficult journey.” Read more

48 Canadian Churches Vandalized or Burned Down in Past 2 Months.

Though barely mentioned in US media, 48 Christian churches in Canada have been vandalized or burned down in the past two months. The latest occurred Monday, when the St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Surrey, British Colombia, was destroyed by fire.

Much of the arson appears linked to white progressives rather than indigenous people, unsurprisingly. Unlike the Liberal government, First Nations leaders rushed to denounce the crimes. “To burn things is not our way,” said Perry Bellegarde, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations. “Our way is to build relationships and come together.” Read more


Judge rejects churches’ challenge to Virginia’s LGBT antidiscrimination law.

A judge has ruled against a group of churches, schools and a pro-life pregnancy center challenging a Virginia law that adds sexual orientation and gender identity to state antidiscrimination law.

In the suit, Calvary Road Baptist Church and others claimed that the new law forced them to compromise various hiring and employment practices based on their sincere religious beliefs. Read more

Hey there, IOC: why are you letting men compete against women at the Olympic Games?

Despite the International Olympic Committee’s mission and commitment “to encourage fair play”, “to act against discrimination” and “to encourage and support the promotion of women,” it has abandoned women. The pinnacle event for female sports is a mockery.

Why? Because men are masquerading as women at Tokyo. At least three men have taken the place of female athletes at the Olympics. Read more

Norway women’s handball team fined €1,500 for refusing to wear skimpy bikini bottoms.

The Norwegian women’s beach handball team have been fined €1,500 after players refused to wear bikini bottoms, claiming it makes them feel uncomfortable and degraded.

“First we were told about a fine of 50 euros per person per match, something that would have landed us a fine of about 4,850 euros,” she said. “We accepted that. However, just before the match we were told that we will be disqualified if we play like that. So we had to go with the bikini bottoms. Read more