One of the dilemmas raising children in an era when Wokeism dominates every institution is whether to bluntly express your opinions on various topics or, instead, hedge and sanitise so they don’t regurgitate your views in full and, in doing so, render themselves social pariahs.
I may regard the ‘you can choose your biological sex’ madness with a mix of horror and laughter, but do I really want this disposition displayed by my kids, when they have to circulate in society, get and retain jobs, pass university courses, and generally get along with people?
I face this problem nearly daily, as my...
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