Social Justice Activism

The Liar’s Club: Looking Back on Princeton

The Liar’s Club: Looking Back on Princeton

In 2017, I got the welcome news that I’d been admitted to Princeton University. At the time, I was ecstatic. And I remain humbly grateful for the education I received there. But now that I’ve graduated, I’m not sure the prize was worth the price I paid

Scott Newman
Scott Newman
8 min read
Academia
The Progressive Case for Renouncing Gender Extremism: Last of a Three-Part Series

The Progressive Case for Renouncing Gender Extremism: Last of a Three-Part Series

In the first two parts of this essay series, I argued that “gender supremacists” (my preferred term) have created an artificial reality in which words such as “man” and “woman” are defined in a way that ordinary people neither recognize nor agree with. In Canada, the UK, the United States,

Allan Stratton
Allan Stratton
18 min read
Gender Critical Feminists
NARRATED: Ideology and Facts Collide at Oberlin College by Daniel McGraw

NARRATED: Ideology and Facts Collide at Oberlin College by Daniel McGraw

Greg Ellis reads Ideology and Facts Collide at Oberlin College, Daniel McGraw’s essay on the legal dispute between a bakery and the liberal arts college that ended with a $33 million payout to the small business. It was published in Quillette on June 20, 2019.

Quillette
Quillette
1 min read
Gibson's Bakery