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Transdelusion campaigners have too much say over expanding hate crime laws, says top UK judge

Judge Charles Wide, London

Transdelusion campaigners are being given too great a say over expanding hate crime laws at the expense of the wider public’s views, a top UK judge has said. The radical transdelusion campaign goes so far that now, for example in Scotland, a new odious hate crime bill would criminalize dinner table conversations in the privacy of one’s own home, if their “offensive” content is reported to police. Continue reading Transdelusion campaigners have too much say over expanding hate crime laws, says top UK judge

Exploring your full sexual potential, part 27: Were You Really All That Bullied?

If you feel you were bullied at some time as a child, resentment can be carried on to adult life. That feeling can grow way out of hand, far more than necessary. What happens if we replace the word ‘bullying’ with the term ‘connection issues’? What if we see bullying as a dynamic interaction between two persons with equal power who fail to connect? There is talk of power imbalance. Big bad other guy, poor little me. Let us take a shot at another angle: was it all so one-sided? Continue reading Exploring your full sexual potential, part 27: Were You Really All That Bullied?