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Transnegation13 November 2020 19:59:40
Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters13 November 2020 19:57:50
Other people's money11 November 2020 20:47:53
Voting systems9 November 2020 23:08:26
Bret Weinstein9 November 2020 22:03:07
Eugenics8 November 2020 01:47:55
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Youtube-dl/takedown26 October 2020 20:23:34
Rates of violence by cis women vs. trans women26 October 2020 17:58:25
Transgenderness26 October 2020 17:53:44
Rates of violence against women vs. trans26 October 2020 17:53:10
Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust24 October 2020 21:40:33
Feminism24 October 2020 21:31:40
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Identity politics7 October 2020 14:43:15
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Ideological loyalty7 October 2020 14:27:42
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Belief system7 October 2020 14:17:44
Schrödinger's joke7 October 2020 14:14:02
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Belief-clique7 October 2020 13:11:39
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Mirror argument29 September 2020 15:06:08
Political conservatism28 September 2020 16:43:20
US/OR27 September 2020 16:20:16
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Red Thread Studios27 September 2020 15:21:34
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US/OR/Detroit27 September 2020 15:07:06
Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine27 September 2020 14:54:19
Oregon Cultural Trust27 September 2020 14:54:03
Allen Wesley Pucket27 September 2020 14:42:41
Social stagnationism24 September 2020 00:29:10
Social regressivism24 September 2020 00:03:20
Strategic ambiguity22 September 2020 23:48:53
Truscum22 September 2020 15:05:22
False advocacy22 September 2020 14:42:54
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