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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 Aug 22

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 16 Thanks to Drag Queen Story Hour, groomer schools, and all other things sex, gender, and sexuality pushed by today’s out-of-control Woke Marxist Left, Queer Theory has been pushed front and center in the public consciousness, but what is it? Simply put, Queer Theory is Queer Marxism, which is a Marxist Theory about a form of sociocultural “property” called “normalcy,” “normality,” or “normativity,” that it believes to have been unjustly created and in need of destruction and total abolition. As such, it’s incredibly dangerous and destructive, particularly on the formative and impressionable psychologies of children, whom it …

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New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 16 Thanks to Drag Queen Story Hour, groomer schools, and all other things sex, gender, and sexuality pushed by today’s out-of-control Woke Marxist Left, Queer Theory has been pushed front and center in the public consciousness, but what is it? Simply put, Queer Theory is Queer Marxism, which is a Marxist Theory about a form of sociocultural …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Jul 22

It has been over a year since my son desisted from his belief that he was “trans,” but I still think about this every day. It’s probably disrespectful to compare this experience to having a child go through a cancer treatment, but that’s the closest comparison I can think of. For two years now, since the day he first announced he thought he was trans, I have searched daily for any minute clues that might reveal his health and his mind frame. What did that comment mean? What happened to that friendship? Is that moodiness significant—or is he just tired …

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It has been over a year since my son desisted from his belief that he was “trans,” but I still think about this every day. It’s probably disrespectful to compare this experience to having a child go through a cancer treatment, but that’s the closest comparison I can think of. For two years now, since the day he first announced …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jul 22

If I were a mathematical formula I would be a chalkboard full of symbols and arrows. No. I would be many such chalkboards.Continue reading on Medium »

If I were a mathematical formula I would be a chalkboard full of symbols and arrows. No. I would be many such chalkboards.Continue reading on Medium »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jul 22

I could be an ink on paper where the ink soaked through to where we meetContinue reading on Human Parts »

I could be an ink on paper where the ink soaked through to where we meetContinue reading on Human Parts »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Apr 22

In 1988, Princeton admitted Alexi Indris-Santana into its class of 1992. An autodidact who herded cattle by day and taught himself philosophy by night, Santana was also a talented distance… View Post The post The Curious Case of a Scholar Who Didn’t Exist appeared first on Areo.

In 1988, Princeton admitted Alexi Indris-Santana into its class of 1992. An autodidact who herded cattle by day and taught himself philosophy by night, Santana was also a talented distance… View Post The post The Curious Case of a Scholar Who Didn’t Exist appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 May 20

The Submergency of the PandemicContinue reading on Medium »

The Submergency of the PandemicContinue reading on Medium »


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