The Transgender Child

In this video, Helen Joyce, an author, journalist, and campaigner, reacts to a book titled “The Transgender Child.” This book is written by clinicians supporting transgender and non-binary children and includes various quotes from parents. Joyce provides her thoughts on these quotes, often expressing concern about the implications of the parents’ attitudes and actions towards their children’s gender identity.

She questions the wisdom of making irreversible decisions based on the beliefs and desires of very young children and criticizes the role of parents who rely too heavily on their children for guidance on these complex issues.

I have two children myself both are boys….the younger one was a train between age two and four and I am not exaggerating that child was a train. He was a purple train specifically and he called his body parts train parts like not all the time he also knew he was a boy but it was an immersive fiction of the sort that I’ve since met other parents whose children were horses they were dinosaurs they were a lot of trains.

Helen Joyce


Truth is Not Hate

Europe is backing up. Australia, especially the state of Victoria, like Canada, is barreling ‘forward.’ What will the U.S. do? Red and Blue?

The interview below touches upon the situation in Australia, particularly in Victoria, where laws related to sex self-identification, conversion therapy bans, and potential hate speech laws on gender identity are discussed. Lawford Smith highlights the concern that these laws could threaten gender-critical speech.

She points out the unique situation where a marginalized group’s protection is said to depend on a lie, referring to the insistence on affirming gender identity. She compares this to historical instances where certain metaphysical beliefs were forced onto populations.


Celebrate God’s Creation of Male and Female

Preferred Pronouns Are A Slippery Slope

Well there’s always a first time. I’m not a Richard Dawkins fan (he’s one of the so-called “New Atheists.”). But recently he interviewed Helen Joyce (big fan). Like Dawkins, I’m in favor of politeness except…..well, I’ll let Helen explain.

You can read my take on preferred pronouns here….

And Megan Kelly’s.