Dr. Jordan Peterson on Non-Traditional Gender Pronouns – on The Glazov Gang

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This new special episode of The Glazov Gang features Dr. Jordan Peterson, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Peterson shares his views on Non-Traditional Gender Pronouns, unveiling the dire consequences of the control of language now reaching the legislative level in Canada.

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5 thoughts on “Dr. Jordan Peterson on Non-Traditional Gender Pronouns – on The Glazov Gang”

  1. This was excellent a very strong message and superb irony. One small correction – the British call anybody form India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, Asians. Anybody from China, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia are from the Far East or East Asians

  2. This was an interesting discussion until the host went off the rails with his ridiculous statements that “leftists make themselves gods,” that “they hate differences” and want to “erase individuality.” As a gay man and a Christian, I find this not only offensive, but utterly untrue. If anything, the Christian faith — in its deepest and most profound understanding and expression — is far more progressive and expansive than the limited notion the host suggests. Christianity recognizes the great diversity within God’s creation — a diversity in humanity that is not limited to a socially constructed binary that is prevalent in so much of the far right’s political agenda.

    As to the discussion of gender and language per se, I agree that some of these issues re: sexual identity, gender identity, and sexual orientation have become quite unhelpful (e.g. I refuse to refer to one person as “they” or “their”). Language is meaningful and purposeful when it promotes communication, not hinders it. The reason these ARE issues, however, is because the lives of very real people — people who in their God-given sense of self come to realize they are “different” and do not easily fit into simple, dichotomous categories — their lives are made more difficult by others who refuse to listen to their lived-experience of what it means to be transgender and are willing to find appropriate and mutually agreeable accommodations so that all persons are welcome in society.

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