Transgender tots? Part III: the sad lives of poster children
Transgender tots? Part II: How did cognitive psychologists go about unravelling the increasingly frenzied stories?
Claims that gratify cultural needs are often accepted without good evidence
A video summary of the comprehensive report in last month's issue of The New Atlantis
Australia's Safe Schools program is so bizarre and fact-free that you can describe it as a cult, says an academic
Time magazine's latest hero: a transgender man breastfeeding her baby
A UK parenting website has to give 'transphobists' a say.
A landmark report from the US questions cliched views of homosexuality and transgenderism
A philosopher sheds some light on how to discuss sex and gender
The cultural and social changes of the past 50 years laid the groundwork for transgenderism.
A social science expert ruefully surveys a losing battle over transgenderism.
The first article in our symposium on its astonishing rise.
Logic sinks without a trace in a trackless seas of assertions and theories
The 'bathroom wars' are about more than who uses the ladies'.
North Carolina is the epicentre of a shamestorm over transgender rights
Conditioning children into impersonating the opposite sex is child abuse.
Stefonknee Wolscht feels happier without adult responsibilities.
Cries of 'hate' and 'bigotry' follow.
And that, dear reader, is not a transphobic statement.