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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Apr 23

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 115 In Simone de Beauvoir’s famous work The Second Sex, she wrote one of the most famous lines in feminist thought: “One is not born but becomes woman.” This statement, and her articulation of what it means, outlines the modern-turned-postmodern Gnostic cult we know as feminism. Her point is that women, meaning people who are female, have two choices in how they “become woman.” They can follow the social expectations laid upon them by patriarchal society, in effect becoming Woman-for-Man, or they can throw off the entire sex binary, patriarchal control, and all …

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The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 115 In Simone de Beauvoir’s famous work The Second Sex, she wrote one of the most famous lines in feminist thought: “One is not born but becomes woman.” This statement, and her articulation of what it means, outlines the modern-turned-postmodern Gnostic cult we know as feminism. Her point is that women, meaning people …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Apr 23

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 44 A powerful tool in the Woke Marxist toolbox is something called a “thought-terminating cliché.” These are short, pithy statements, demands, or slogans that are designed to stifle thought in their targets as well as in those saying them. “Check your privilege!” is a good example. So is “Trans women are women!” or “Believe all women!” No doubt, you will have been on the receiving end of hundreds of examples of this kind of damaging non-speech over the last several years, and it’s helpful to have a name for it. Join host James Lindsay for this …

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New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 44 A powerful tool in the Woke Marxist toolbox is something called a “thought-terminating cliché.” These are short, pithy statements, demands, or slogans that are designed to stifle thought in their targets as well as in those saying them. “Check your privilege!” is a good example. So is “Trans women are women!” or “Believe all women!” …

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