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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 ...
 
the Eric White Podcast (aka theEWpodcast) - I am formerly depressed, now mostly curious, and beating back my ignorance one day at a time. 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.
 
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Steve Salerno (@iwrotesham on twitter) is a professor of journalism at the University of Las Vegas, and author of several non-fiction books, among them SHAM: How the Self-Help Movement Made America Helpless. In this discussion we speak about his perspective on the failure of mainstream journalism to adhere to ethical practices of critical thinking …
 
Jessie Mannisto (@jlmannisto on twitter) is a retired CIA analyst, one-time DSA activist, and now runs an online publication The Third Factor, which publishes works and interviews with a particular sort of person: namely, the peculiar kind. In this conversation we speak about Kazimierz Dąbrowski's "Theory of Positive Disintegration" which postulate…
 
Ever since I heard Orthodox priest, Father Andrew Stephen Damick quote GK Chesterton, "It's only Christian men who protect even pagan things", I had to know more. The following conversation goes into the meaning of that statement. Thank you so much for coming on my show Father Andrew, I thoroughly enjoyed our chat. Watch this episode on my YouTube …
 
I was wondering why people like Christians but not the Church... Paul VanderKlay gives me some answers. Well not quite answers, more like further questions watch on my YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/-xxME9EAbjo follow me on twitter @andrealynnlewis email me at andreawiththebangs@gmail.com check out my vintage fashions insta on Instagram @vi…
 
Erin Smith infiltrated antifa during the Trump years and studied their tactics of "direct action." In this discussion, we speak on those tactics, why the Mainstream Media seems to cover for them, and what the conservative movement is lacking with regards to effecting the political process of the United States. Follow Erin on twitter @erinsmithSF Re…
 
Jason Littlefield worked in public education for several years when he saw Critical Social Justice begin to take root and take over. He left, then got into Social and Emotional Learning, where Critical Social Justice soon took over. Observing the impact that CRT and other anti-oppression doctrines had on the psychological and social well-being of p…
 
Michelle Naef is an engineer with many years in Canadian Oil, and is now working on her doctorate in organizational theory. In this interview we talk about the "clay layer" of middle management that is gumming up so much of our institutions, and causing failures in public trust and safety. Brilliant woman! Follow her on twitter @BornforbarnSupport …
 
In this convervsation, Steven Brust (@StevenBrust on twitter) and I speak about writing—how plot is like a magic trick—how the the imagination and blind luck builds worlds, and then we speak about his parent's involvement in Minneapolis unionization politics over the course of the 20th century. Steven has so, so many books. I suggest the Vlad Talto…
 
Robin Atkins is one of very few mental health professionals specializing in the traumas and stresses of pregnancy and birth—both successful and non-successful. In this interview we speak about her professional philosophy and her personal experience as a mother of four (and more), a wife and a devotee of Life's beautiful and troubling tides. Follow …
 
Lisa Selin Davis is the author of scores of essays and an impressive number of books, including "Tomboy" (available now). In this conversation, we speak about how she discovered gender was to be spoken about through the New York Times platform, and the consequences of straying off script. We speak about Trump's influence on the media, political hom…
 
Chatting with Candice Benji Nolot Episode Run Time: 02:11:50 After a short hiatus, I am welcoming Benjamin “Benji” Nolot into the podcast. He is a filmmaker and the CEO and founder of “Exodus Cry”, a Christian social activist group focused on the issue of human trafficking. In this episode, Benji and I talk about what inspired him on his advocacy, …
 
Ian Maxwell, founder of Shared Parenting Scotland, enters the fray to discuss the challenges parents, children and families endure in the broken family law system. Greg challenges Ian Maxwell on how Shared Parenting Scotland is trying to help children and parents and if his organization is causing more harm than good. Ian seems to support more bure…
 
Maud Maron speaks about her experience serving as NYC Public School Board member, he time as a defense lawyer, and what she's trying to accomplish by running for NY City Counsel. Support Maud's City Counsel run: https://maudmaron.nyc Find her on twitter @MaudMaron Crazy School Board video: https://youtu.be/5vEh3SisyBw Support this channel: https://…
 
Richard Rohlin was kind enough to join me again in my journey into meaning. In this chat we explore Dante's Divine Comedy. Watch this interview on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/mS86MF26dU4 Richard's Tolkien podcast: https://www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/amonsul?fbclid=IwAR1mjPqCRMw5g5rCUmcXN76d2sIw1uPIS5XjzfwL8vsXQs4DCXd5C6Q8B5Y Richard's book: ht…
 
Erika Bachiochi (@erikabachiochi ) is a legal scholar who has written a fascinating and informative intellectual history of women's rights from the Enlightenment to the present, based on the work of Mary Wollstonecraft. We speak about aspects of her research and what a rational feminism wants for women and from men. The Rights of Women (highly reco…
 
In this second discussion with Elisa (née Jamie) Shupe, we catch up after two and a half years of radio silence on his part. He details his relapse into compulsive autogynephilia, and his struggles with a health care system that recognizes gender ideology, but not paraphilias. Contact him @ElisaShupe on twitter. Our first conversation: https://yout…
 
Josh Slocum runs the Disaffected Podcast (@DisaffectedPod on twitter), where he analyzes current political phenomena through a psychological lens. In this conversation he speaks to me about Cluster B Personality Disorders, how they operate in individuals, families, and on social media. We also get a glimpse into how Cluster B has impacted him perso…
 
Meandering discourse about stereotypes and gender. Lorelei is a real dame. Follow her on the twitter @hatpinwoman She co-edits The Radical Notion: https://theradicalnotion.org/ Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a vo…
 
Peavy (@PosyPeavy on twitter) brings her decade+ experience working in the California Public School system to bear on this conversation about challenging the gender ideology that is running through many US schools. Support this channel by singing its praises in aisles 4 or 12 of your local supermarket, or by tipping me at www.paypal.me/benjaminboyc…
 
Dr. Edward Watts makes his THIRD appearance on theEWpodcast to talk about his new book, "The Eternal Decline and Fall of Rome: The History of a Dangerous Idea". Dr. Watts is the Chair of the History Department at University of California San Diego. He has previously written "Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell Into Tyranny", "City and School in Late Ant…
 
Returning guest Helen Joyce is a mathematician and editor of The Economist. Over the past few years she's been investigating the cultural phenomenon of Transgenderism, and has recently published Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality, which gives an excellent overview of the ideology, history, and impact of the trans movement. Follow Helen on Twitter @…
 
Professor Wilfred Reilly speaks to me about contemporary politics through a political science lens. Find him on twitter @wil_da_beast630 and his books at: https://amzn.to/3BxeptV Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce Read my writing: http://bit.ly/aliastodream Sip the Nuance! https://www.teespring.com/boycemug --- This episode i…
 
As a child and into his teen years, Ash had a very difficult time understanding people and getting along with them—especially boys. This lead him, as a freshman in high school, to consider if he was in fact trans. Fast-tracked by his therapist, but held back by his father, a closer, more careful inspection of how he makes sense in the world lead to…
 
Veera is a detransitioned Finnish youtuber who shares a very personal story about struggling to love and care for herself through a life of foster care, anorexia, and other mental and emotional difficulties. Watch her content at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG0-O3zN9yp0jgd5a4-VL2g Support this channel by stuffing url's of your favorite episodes…
 
Deborah Fillman is a mother and writer who, shocked by the treatment of her daughters in public education, has done her research and decided that public schools are beyond reformation, and should be abolished. Find her on twitter @insomnochick, on youtube at The Reason We Learn and on locals https://thereasonwelearn.locals.com If you're interested …
 
Dr. Stanton Peele is an addiction expert, a co-creator of the addiction recovery program called the Life Process Program and the author of a number of books on the subject, starting in 1975 with Love and Addiction, co-authored with Archie Brodsky, and including other seminal works like Diseasing of America and The Meaning of Addiction. His newest b…
 
I'm not the first to notice symmetries in the political and social arc of The Me Generation (Boomers) and The Me² Generation (Zoomers). Jim Heller talks about his experience in a 70's era cult and how he sees the same thinking going on at present.Jim Heller lives and works in the costal town of Victoria, British ColumbiaSupport this channel by shar…
 
Benjamin Boyce is the host of the podcast "The Boyce of Reason", also known as "Calmversations". Notably, he was a student at Evergreen State College during the now infamous May 2017 student protest, and he is the creator of The Complete Evergreen Story, a YouTube documentary series that examines those events. **This episode was recorded on July 18…
 
Ella Washington (@rhetorical_joke on twitter) speaks to me about the years she devoted to a child with severe mental health issues, and how she gracefully managed his foray into a trans identity. Support this channel by sharing your favorite episodes, and by tipping via CashApp $benjaminaboyce or https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce --- This episode…
 
Milli Hill (@millihill on twitter) has been writing about women's reproductive health for many years, and was recently shunned and abused for putting women first. Find her writing at https://www.millihill.co.uk "Give Birth Like a Feminist" https://bit.ly/3s1XuMu "My Period" https://bit.ly/3fCCIOv Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjamin…
 
After watching David Fuller's chat with Jonathan Rowson many questions came up in my mind particularly Jordan Peterson's impact on the meaning crisis. David was kind enough to oblige. watch YouTube version here: https://youtu.be/FHGOCaHMVi8 @Rebel Wisdom 's discussion with Jonathan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tr_PzpqQzeE&t=4300s Rebel Wisdom's …
 
Elika is a university student whose proclivity for critical thinking, logic, and humor makes her somewhat of an outcast among her peers. We talk about navigating a social landscape that is highly moral, ideological, and vengeful (in the name of fairness, justice, and equity), and how she's coming to terms with thinking out loud and for herself. Fin…
 
Adapia D’Errico is a professional real estate investor on private equity and other areas of investments such as start-ups, ventures, and cryptocurrency. Her book “Productive Intuition” is a self-help book that aims to explore the “intersection of science and spirituality through story and the senses to immediately bring you into alignment with your…
 
James Esses found working in counseling very fulfilling, and decided to pursue a degree in the field. Three years in to a five year degree, someone complained about his views on the affirmation-only approach to gender issues, and his educational institute unceremoniously kicked him from his program. What follows is his story, and what he's doing to…
 
John D. Russell is a professional photographer and philanthropist. He is the founder of the photo expedition program "PRSPCTV" and he's also the very first guest of this podcast! It was only right to have him back for episode 50. **This episode was recorded on July 12, 2021** JOHN D. RUSSELL LINKS Website: https://www.johndrussell.com Instagram: ht…
 
Dalea (@DaleaRundblad on twitter) has Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (CAIS) a Disorder of Sexual Differentiation (intersex condition) where her karyotype (genes) are XY but her phenotype (body) develops along female lines due to her body's inability to process testosterone. She speaks about her struggles and her advocacy work. Learn more …
 
Hakim Callwood and Ted Cadillac are artists based in Columbus, Ohio. Hakim is a painter, Ted is a videographer, and together, they are bringing art to towns around the United States and even globally with their project "Tour De Mural". Listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. **This episode was recorded on July 5, 2021** https://ericwhte.com/podcast-0…
 
Alexandros is an entrepreneur practice solutions to design-based problems. He's also keen on making sense of the world, in order to optimize human life and ingenuity. Pulled into the controversy surrounding Bret Weinstein's questions of the COVID vaccine and alternatives thereto, Alexandros found a lack of substance in these critics' complains. So …
 
Aaron Kimberly (@Aaron_GDAC) is a long time mental health professional and transman. He has been advocating for evidence based trans health care, while Canada is implementing laws that ban people from exploring gender identities in any way other than affirmatively (casting this as "conversion therapy" and outlawing even talk therapy). A vocal advoc…
 
Beau Dade is a self-described "history nerd" and wanted to speak with me about the War of 1812, because it is a little-known chapter in US history and in it is found the seeds of the will to world power that the United States would one day follow through on. This war between the US and the British Empire is filled with pitched naval battles, razed …
 
I have the pleasure of speaking with the host of the @Unbelievable? podcast Justin Brierly. We delve into the topic of why have discussions from opposing sides in the first place. It was such a lovely chat and I so appreciate Justin giving me a moment of his time watch on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/YRYvAso1IN4 Check out Justin's book here: http…
 
Vincent De Boni is a South African entrepreneur and psychology student. He speaks to me about South African history from apartheid to the conditions precipitating last week's riots. The lessons of South Africa are very pertinent to every country wrestling with diversity, justice, and social harmony. Follow him on twitter @VincentPsychSA and find hi…
 
Helen Pluckrose, a British author, cultural writer, and founder of Counterweight, a home of scholarship and advice on Critical Social Justice ideology. Helen is perhaps best known for her critiques of critical social justice and promotion of liberal ethics, most notably in the grievance studies affair. Along with James Lindsay, she co-authored the …
 
Rev. Janice M.W. Hitchcock is a social scientist, specializing in human sexuality, trauma recovery, positive psychology, and community integration. As the daughter of a retired aerospace engineer and descendant of a long line of American civil rights activists, abolitionists, farmers and explorers, dating act to the 1600’s, she has grown up in the …
 
Mike Duffy is the CEO of Happiness Wealth Management, the founder of the Happiness Hall of Fame, and a motivational speaker. He is the author of The Happiness Book: A Positive Guide To Happiness! and four other titles on the same topic. With his expertise on both money and happiness, Mike is on a mission to help others achieve financial independenc…
 
Erin’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ErinBrewer Follow Erin's adventure: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2965636323649754 Purchase Erin's Book: https://amzn.to/3e57FtT Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce Read my writing: http://bit.ly/aliastodream Sip the Nuance! https://www.teespring.com/boycemug https://www.patreon.com/…
 
Professor Moeller teaches at Macau University in southern China. He has been publishing excellent philosophical videos on youtube, having to do with Identity as it is expressed currently and in the past. I find his model of explaining current social behavior quite helpful in better understanding how people are relating themselves in the digital era…
 
Garrett got swept up into gender ideology / queer theory while in college, which eventually lead him to physical transition, including the surgical removal of his testicles. These medical procedures were given to him with the bare minimum of doctor oversight or therapeutic inquiry. We speak about what lead him into and out of transition. Follow him…
 
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