what is a woman

A Generation of Lab Rats: Notes on “What is a Woman?”

This conversation quintessentially exemplifies postmodernity. That so-called gender experts cannot affirm the reality of gender, save for constructivist interpretations that circumvents accountability for not knowing what it actually is, we can trace the derivation of queer, gender, and other activist ‘critical’ theories to the postmodern knowledge principle: objective truth is

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woke company

Rainbow Corporatism: How the Left Institutionalized Wokeism

Wokeism elicits a fantasy of subversion. Roger Scruton’s characterization of the gauchiste—the rich college kid—is instructive here, whose ideas that once occupied the café now occupy the institutions. And yet, as Jacob Yusufov so wonderfully observes, the “Woke” New York City college kids could never be the gauchiste by Scruton’s

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forced diversity

Forced Diversity: A Utopian Vision

“Diversity”—meaning everyone looks different and thinks the same—is the unquestionable dogma among modern progressives. Institutions today hire for immutable characteristics and sometimes even sexual orientation. University professors are required to submit “DEI statements” in pledge of their allegiance to the dogma or face tenure rejection. Dissidents, even when they bear

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Women: Equality Between the Sexes

Prelude What is a woman” has been the central most controversial question since the release of Matt Walsh’s documentary (see my film review here); however, it has been a long time coming that our conception of a woman, and a man, has very greatly remodeled itself in the Western mind. For equality’s

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The Diversity Myth

Understanding diversity and inclusion to be both a myth, in that it is fictitious, and superficial, in that its proponents are seeking to advance ideological sameness masquerading as diversity, diversity and inclusion is also a lie; because absent its superficial function, human beings do not gravitate toward those who are

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great replacement

No, the Buffalo Shooting Isn’t Tucker Carlson’s Fault

The mass-shooting that took place at Tops Friendly Market in a Buffalo, New York community May 14 was an unspeakable tragedy. The shooter’s motivation, as indicated by his manifesto, was certainly predicated upon a dangerous radicalism that harbored awful presuppositions about race and minorities, most notably what many have called

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uvalde texas

On the Mass Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

Nineteen children and two teachers were murdered at Robb elementary school in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday. The shooter was identified by name once in this magazine for the sake of reporting the news, and we find it necessary that he not be named again.  The shooting comes just days after

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This issue also includes selections from our subsidiary publications, Burke and The Sapient.