Barbara Kay

Barbara Kay is a weekly columnist for the National Post newspaper in Canada and a regular contributor to the Post’s opinion blog, FullComment. Her writing also
appears in various publications and other opinion blogs, usually on the subject of cultural trends related to feminism and multiculturalism. She is a former college teacher of English Literature and Composition, and has a long record of service to voluntary organizations in the Jewish and general communities of Montreal, where she lives with her husband of
46 years (as of 2010). Her hobbies include reading, reading and reading plus enough gym time to satisfy the exercise nazis. Her favourite extra-curricular activity is hanging out with her son and daughter and their families in Montreal and Toronto, and even more so at the Maine beach house they all love.



Family files human rights complaint after six-year-old upset by gender theory in school
30 Jun 2019 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: discrimination, gender theory, human rights
When teaching gender theory becomes discrimination.


Here’s what happens when the gender-gap index is adjusted for bias
15 Jan 2019 | FEATURES |  
tags: disadvantage, equality, gender
Even the measurement of gender bias is subject to gender bias.


The scary phenomenon of ‘rapid onset gender dysphoria’
27 Aug 2018 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: rapid onset gender dysphoria, social contagion, transgender
How would you react if your son or daughter suddenly decided that they are in the wrong body?


Canada’s own little Stalins are making politically incorrect authors disappear
13 Apr 2018 | FEATURES |  
tags: censorship, political correctness, Stalinism
The 'disappearance' of a young novelist is so satiric, someone should make a film about it.


There’s no safe space on campus to debate bathroom politics
7 Mar 2018 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: free speech, gender neutral bathrooms, universities
Disagreement with gender neutral policies is a forbidden opinion.


If you can choose your own gender, why not race?
15 Feb 2018 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: gender, identity politics, race
Well you can, Delaware students are told.


Scholars beware: mobbing is the new discussion
26 May 2017 | FEATURES |  
tags: academic debate, indigenous issues, political correctness
A lone academic defies political correctness.


The Handmaid’s Tale: more sci-fi than believable dystopia
3 May 2017 | FEATURES |  
tags: christianity, dystopian fiction, literature
Margaret Atwood's Christian theocracy is based on ideology, not reality.


Mike Pence’s dining preference is ‘rape culture’?
4 Apr 2017 | FEATURES |  
tags: marriage values, mike pence, rape culture
By that flimsy standard, what isn’t?


Fascism in America?
2 Feb 2017 | FEATURES |  
tags: Donald Trump, fascism, socialism
Sure, but not because of You Know Who.


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