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the Eric White Podcast (aka theEWpodcast) - Interviews presented here cover a range of interests including mental health, society, science and history. The general idea is simple: only by fully understanding past and present (from civilizations to cultures and down to individuals) can we hope to unlock our best future.
 
Gender dysphoria has become a minefield for public discussion, with many afraid to express their views or question the narrative. Our mission is to examine this important and complex topic from a range of perspectives, but always through a psychological lens. By openly considering and examining gender identity, transition, and the transgender umbrella, we hope to give all interested parties permission to engage these fascinating topics with less fear and more honesty. Interviews and discussi ...
 
Just Thinking Out Loud provides refreshing sociopolitical commentary for those who love to think for themselves about current events in American political thought, political correctness, and cultural trends. Hosted by Desi-Rae, get cerebral political analysis, interviews, reviews of political books, and political philosophy insights | justthinkingoutloud dot tv
 
THE RESPONDENT is A MULTIMEDIA CHILD ADVOCACY SERIES aiming to inspire family champions. Greg Ellis set out on a journey to explore the condition of the male experience via a new video and podcast series, The Respondent - a multimedia conversation on positive masculinity; a whodunnit, in which Greg—as both lead detective and key perpetrator—works to track down the co-conspirators of men’s demise and the secrets to their reclamation. It’s also an exploration of how becoming a modern man today ...
 
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Michael Millerman (@M_Millerman on twitter) has been working on setting mysticism in relation to philosophy, and broadening the realm of acceptable political discourse by setting right political philosophy into relation with liberal and left philosophies. In this conversation we speak about Leo Strauss, Heidegger, and Alexander Dugan—three philosop…
 
The Prim Reaper (@The_PrimReaper on twitter) is a canadian counselor who has been speaking up for men's mental health issues and against the harmful rhetoric of social justice activism in academia and culture for several years now. In this interview we discuss her work and why she gives a damn about men's issues. Find her work on youtube at https:/…
 
Dr. Michael Bailey is an American psychologist, behavioral geneticist, and professor at Northwestern University best known for his work on the etiology, or origins, of sexual orientation. He maintains that sexual orientation is heavily influenced by biology and male homosexuality is most likely inborn. Dr. Bailey’s 2003 book, The Man Who Would Be Q…
 
Lindsay joins me for another livestream where we talk about his fiery Dr. Phil appearance, race marxism, and a bunch of other stuff. Follow him if you dare @ConceptualJames And definitely check out his podcast features on new discourses.com Support this channel vis https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/c…
 
Feminist scholar bell hooks passed away in late 2021, leaving behind a legacy that will outlive her by generations. She taught us what feminism is and why we should not be afraid of it. She explained why media (music, TV, film, etc.) teaches us things about the world without us realizing we have learned anything. She reminded us that rap music is n…
 
David Healy is a psychiatrist and author, and founder and CEO of Data Based Medicine Limited. He is a former Secretary of the British Association for Psychopharmacology, and has authored more than 220 peer-reviewed articles, 300 other pieces, and 25 books, including The Antidepressant Era and The Creation of Psychopharmacology from Harvard Universi…
 
Carole Hooven is a co-director and lecturer at Harvard University's Department of Human Evolutionary Biology. Her recent book, "T: The Story of Testosterone, the Hormone that Dominates and Divides Us" is a deeply researched, spirited romp through the juice that makes men, men. In this conversation we speak about her research into cars and the endoc…
 
Recent theories about gender often describe “third gender” categories found in other cultures. Prof Paul Vasey is one of the world’s leading academic experts on the Fa’fafine. These individuals are feminine males who live “in the manner of a woman” in Samoa. Sasha and Stella have a spellbinding discussion with Paul about how our Western constructs …
 
In this episode, I take you along on my first experience of injecting heroin. Rituals of use are a big part of addiction. They have increasingly become the focus of both addiction researchers and treatment providers. When we do something that makes us feel better (take a drug, place a bet, make a move, hit the gas, take a trip, etc.), we begin to f…
 
Noelle Mering is a writer, Catholic, and mother. Her recent book "Awake, Not Woke" is an elegant précis (pronounced prāˈsē or ˈprāsē, by the way) that developed the key values animating woke activism and thought, and then put these values into dialogue with her Catholic faith. We speak about these themes and issues and I hope to have her on in the …
 
For Sasha and Stella’s last episode of the year, they introduce a very exciting series that will be coming up in 2022. In the “Pioneers Series,” they will be interviewing experienced clinicians, researchers, and other professionals whose contributions to our understanding of gender dysphoria and sexuality are foundational. Consider this a back-to-b…
 
JD Haltigan is an developmental psychologist and researcher. In this conversation we speak about human development, attachment theory, and academia’s overcorrection from imbalanced masculine values to imbalances feminine values. (Feminine and masculine values are to be distinguished from female and male individuals.) Follow JD on twitter @JDHaltiga…
 
The United States is obsessed with policing drugs and those who use them, yet the most deadly, well-studied drug in existence, nicotine, is a regulated product, legal to buy once a consumer is 21 years old. According to the WHO, tobacco, when used properly, will kill half of all people who don't stop using it. And because cigarettes are so obviousl…
 
Reid Nicewonder has been practicing "street epistemology" for a number of years now—finding people out and about who are willing to talk about their thoughts and opinions, and exploring through the socratic method how people know—or think they know—what they know—or think they know. Find his work: https://linktr.ee/CordialCuriosity Support this cha…
 
Lisa Selin Davis is the essayist, journalist, and author of Tomboy: The Surprising History and Future of Girls Who Dare to Be Different. Like many other open-minded, liberal Americans, she has undergone a familiar arc in her understanding of gender issues. She has experienced, first-hand, the current trend of silencing those who seek a deeper under…
 
I speak with musician and filmmaker Neil DeGraide about his film Queen of The Night. It is such a beautifully made film and I hope that all who watch this interview also go and check it out. We focus in on the aspects of the feminine used in his story, and contrast them with how things are done today. This was such a fun chat, and I encourage you t…
 
I have recently received so many questions about the book that I thought I would spend an episode talking about it. Dr. Junkie: One Man's Story of Addiction and Crime that will Challenge Everything you Know about the War on Drugs is available on Amazon and Barnes & Nobel. This autobiographical account of addiction and crime in the United States rev…
 
Billboard Chris is standing on street corners having controversial conversations about children consenting to puberty blockers and body modification. Keep abreast of Chris' ventures on twitter @BillboardChris And learn more at https://www.billboardchris.com Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce --- Send in a voice message: https…
 
In this conversation, Lisa joins the show to talk about the difficult task of finding appropriate therapy for a gender-questioning teen or loved one. What is it like working with indoctrinated clients or those under the influence of a partner, belief system, or ideology? Lisa highlights the parental expectations of what therapy should look like, co…
 
I have the pleasure of chatting with hosts of the Decoding the Gurus Podcast Matt and Chris for a second time. We go over what the past year has looked like as their podcast has taken off, and discuss which Gurus have come on to challenge some of their critiques. Watch on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/t5KxwPk40OU Listen to their podcast here: http…
 
Sometimes parents come to realize that the affirmative approach hasn’t worked out for their gender-distressed child and they could benefit from alternative approaches. In this episode, Sasha and Stella discuss the many complicated reasons some parents reluctantly affirm their child’s gender and how difficult and brave it can be to rethink the strat…
 
Candice Jackson is a California-based lawyer who worked on Title IX matters during the Trump administration. She's now spearheading a lawsuit against the state of California, to halt the placement of male prisoners into female prisons, under the guise of "gender" inclusivity. Support this lawsuit here: https://www.womensliberationfront.org/chandler…
 
In this episode, I explain what it is like to teach college classes in a correctional facility. And I focus on one of my favorite academics and authors, bell hooks, who anchors our classroom discussions about feminism, an idea that many of us have totally misunderstood. I cover the "feminist waves," how media impacts our beliefs, and why many of us…
 
A livestream with James Lindsay, author of Cynical Theories, founder of New Discourses, and frequent channel guest. In this conversation, we speak about the theology buried within Critical Theory, James' current work fighting against its encroachment into education (albeit, things might be more than a little fatal on that front), and his personal d…
 
Dr. Lisa Littman coined Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria (ROGD) in her seminal 2018 parental report survey. ROGD is a descriptive term for the phenomenon of young people suddenly announcing a transgender identity and experiencing gender dysphoria for the first time around adolescence. Dr. Littman’s latest ground-breaking study on the experience of 100 …
 
Charles Pincourt is a STEM professor who has recently published a book (edited by James Lindsay) about the ideological capture of academia by Critical Social Justice (aka Wokeness). In this conversation we speak about the ins and outs of this ideology, and how cold war era spy novels gave him clever strategies to counter it. Buy Counter Wokecraft: …
 
What is the difference between medical cannabis and recreational marijuana? Is it a good idea to get your medical card even if you live in a state where Marijuana is legal? How about research: have they started applying the scientific method to this plant? It would be so great to know someone who you can just ask about these things. Luckily, I do k…
 
Isaac opens up about crippling depression and mental health issues in trans-focused internet communities. Connect with Isaac on his youtube channel or via twitter @CryptoCluniac https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9E_DQfyREkLnEgX00KvY-Q Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calmversat…
 
UK transwoman Debbie Hayton discusses how she came to the decision to medically transition when she was a 44-year-old father of 3 children. We discuss Debbie’s appearance in Stella’s film, Trans Kids: It’s Time to Talk and the intense public reaction to her story. Male sexuality, shame, and autogynephilia are explored openly in a bid to gain a deep…
 
William Costello is working on a Masters degree in Evolutionary Psychology, leading into a Doctorate. His thesis, which lays the groundwork for his dissertation, concerns Incel culture, its relationship to victimhood and mental health, with insights into how society can better understand these young men. Get yourself more William Costello: https://…
 
If you want to stop using a drug in the United States, your only choice is often "cold turkey," a terrible name for an unnecessary risk that can often prove fatal if not properly treated. One alternative to this painful experience is a service called In Home Detox, which comes in many shapes and sizes depending on the part of the world you live in.…
 
The holiday season is often associated with big expectations and high hopes. It can be fraught for families, whether they are going through challenging times with a child’s gender identity. Sasha and Stella discuss the meaning of extended family, big celebrations, and how to keep the stakes low and reasonable during the holidays. They also discuss …
 
Nancy Rommelmann (@NancyRomm) has been a journalist and writer since I graduated high school. In this episode we talk about being lead by the truth, the pratfalls of modern journalism, and her new GenX hogwarts, palomamedia.com Highly recommend her non-fiction book To The Bridge: A Story of Motherhood & Murder: https://amzn.to/3wW4xbN support this …
 
In music it is called Purple Syrup, Sizzerp, or Lean. At the dope house it is called liquid codeine. At the doctor's office it is called Codeine with Promethazine. Regardless of where you get it, it is more popular today than ever before. In this episode I examine Codeine and Promethazine syrup: what it is, what it does, why it is so popular, and w…
 
@SashaLPC Ayad joins me again to speak about spotting tricky ideology and balancing empathy with skepticism. Highly recommend her podcast https://gender-a-wider-lens.captivate.fm More resources: https://genderexploratory.com/ https://genspect.org/conferences/ Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce --- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
Over the last number of years, Benjamin Boyce has become known for his prolific and powerful video content on the impact of social justice. Among his most-watched content is a huge series of conversations about sex, gender, identity, and transition. He was among the first to platform detransitioners’ stories and investigate the issue of childhood t…
 
Jonathan joins me again to speak about the masculine and feminine symbols, how they are honored and profaned, and why #NoNutNovember is a shoddy substitute for Lent. Find Jonathan on twitter and youtube @PageauJonathan and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtCTSf3UwRU14nYWr_xm-dQ Check out his and his brother's graphic novel, Godsdog: https://www.in…
 
Nani Nizhoni is a Native American in the southwest, and speaks to me about the issues impacting her community, and how the "I" in BIPOC is rarely, if ever, served by the political ideology which invented and promulgates "BIPOC" "ACAB" and many other slogans. Definitely follow her on twitter! @naninizhoni Support this channel via https://www.paypal.…
 
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