Saturday PITT Review - January 1 to 5, 2024
Happy New Year and welcome to the PITT weekly roundup. During the holiday it may be a time challenge to read the daily PITT posts. However, it’s during that holiday that many PITT subscribers need support the most.
Each Saturday we email a summary of the previous week’s essays along with some interesting gender-related material we are reading, listening to and/or seeing on social media.
Access is to all PITT content is free. Our objective is to inform the public about the devastating impact of gender ideology on our families through our personal experiences.
PASSAGE OF THE WEEK:
They can’t change their sexual orientation or race. But they can change their gender. Transgenderism offers a way for adolescents to be absolved of privilege and join the ranks of the oppressed.
From: 18-year-old Hybrid Human
POSTINGS THIS WEEK:
January 5: Know Your Enemy for Inner Peace
January 4: 18-year-old Hybrid Human
January 3: On Making Yourself Believe Things
January 2: PITT's Most Read Essays of 2023
January 1 – No post. Happy New Year.
WHAT WE’RE READING
Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality Kindle Edition by Helen Joyce
From the New York Times: There is a difference between believing in “trans rights” and believing in “gender-identity ideology.” That’s the subtly important distinction that fuels Helen Joyce’s “Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality,” a book that offers an intelligent, thorough rejoinder to an idea that has swept across much of the liberal world seemingly overnight.
SOCIAL MEDIA THAT NAILED IT
IN THE NEWS
From the San Francisco Chronicle: “Michael Shellenberger is one of the most influential writers in S.F. Here’s what he says about trans people”
“We are creating, through ideological means and social media, gender dysphoria. … These are ideologically driven failures of civilization,” he said.
WHAT WE’RE LISTENING TO
Megyn Kelly Explains Why She Will No Longer Use "Preferred Pronouns" as Trans Ideology Grows
GET OUR BOOK
“Parents with Inconvenient Truths about Trans: Tales from the Home Front in the Fight to Save Our Kids, a compendium of some of the most compelling essays yet from PITT.
SHARE YOUR STORY
Have a story to share about gender ideology and trans-genderism? Submit to Pitt@genspect.org.