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If I had a dollar for every article I’ve seen lately about the eye-popping excesses of transgender ideology, I could comfortably retire right now, even in this time of runaway, Biden-caused inflation. I mean, really, just peruse the headlines on a conservative news website – come to think of it, include left-wing sites as well because they’re proud of what’s being done – and you will see things you simply can’t believe, particularly as it pertains to children. It’s as if the powers-that-be are demonically possessed with the desire to surgically and chemically alter as many innocent children as they can get in their grasp while calling it “gender-affirming” healthcare.
Neither George Orwell nor any other great writer of dystopian literature could have ever dreamed up what has now become an actual reality. I’ve said it before and it bears repeating: There’s never been anything like this in the history of the world and it is pure evil on an unprecedented scale given that virtually every institution in the country is promoting it.
For most, the word “mummy” conjures images of the resin-smeared, linen-swaddled, natron-dried, supine bodies of ancient Egyptians. But Egypt is not the world’s only cache of well-preserved human remains. Every continent can claim its mummies — the bundled Chachapoya corpses of the Amazon cloud forest; the frozen capacocha sacrifices of Andean Argentina, Chile, and Peru; […]
I really can’t improve on Jake Adelstein’s title for this — funny? horrifying? — story at The Daily Beast. Each Oct. 31, the gangsters famous for their permanent costumes (tattoos, missing digits and the like) invited ordinary citizens, mostly small children in “scary” outfits, to have fun with extortion, demanding Japanese candies and snacks. Preview […]
The evil geniuses at dating site OKCupid often experiment with the data that they collect — and on their customers.
They post the results on their blog, which remains one of the most anthropologically interesting places on the web. A while ago, for instance, they did an interesting thing for a dating site: they removed all of the pictures.