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The Cracked Crystal Ball II: Why You Should Ignore The American College of Paediatricians

The latest tactic in the far right fight against Transgender rights and equality is to cite various declarations from the American College of Paediatricians (ACP). At first glance, this sounds like a reasonable source to cite. Except it isn't…. . . . → Read More: The Cracked Crystal Ball II: Why You Should Ignore The American College of Paediatricians

The Cracked Crystal Ball II: Why You Should Ignore The American College of Paediatricians

The latest tactic in the far right fight against Transgender rights and equality is to cite various declarations from the American College of Paediatricians (ACP).  At first glance, this sounds like a reasonable source to cite.
Except it isn’t.  ACP is a splinter group that was formed in protest when the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) decided to issue a position statement in favour of allowing gay couples to adopt children.  A few minutes poking around their website turns up links to sites advocating for “reparative therapy”, and (unsurprisingly) to NARTH (I’ve written about this lot before … a lot … and none of it is good news).

Read more » . . . → Read More: The Cracked Crystal Ball II: Why You Should Ignore The American College of Paediatricians

A. Picazo: Who’s Influencing Policy Decisions In Stephen Harper’s Government?

In the wake Marci McDonald’s newly released book The Armageddon Factor: The Rise Of Christian Nationalism In Canada, a political firestorm has erupted on Parliament Hill, igniting debate about just who’s influencing the policy decisions made by Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The release of McDonald’s book comes amid the brewing tension of apparent ideological moves . . . → Read More: A. Picazo: Who’s Influencing Policy Decisions In Stephen Harper’s Government?