#64: How Trans Ideology Is Infiltrating Pediatrics—Dr. Michelle Cretella, MD (3/4)

#64: How Trans Ideology Is Infiltrating Pediatrics—Dr. Michelle Cretella, MD (3/4)

Michelle Cretella, M.D., is president of the American College of Pediatriciansa national organization of pediatricians and other health care professionals dedicated to the health and well-being of children. She is also fed up with the nonstop lies perpetuated by the “trans community” on the world of medical professionals. Big Medicine has become as politicized as Big Oil and Big Tobacco.

As a pediatrician, Dr. Cretella has seen the New Normal up close and personal in the lives of young patients being put into gender transition protocols as early as toddler age. Yes, crazy. I spoke with her about what doctors, especially pediatricians, are facing when it comes to politicized peer pressure to go along with patients’ deep-seated gender confusions.

Very few doctors are willing to step out of the comfort zone and challenge the status quo, even when vulnerable lives are at put at risk. Dr. Cretella and her colleagues at the American College of Pediatricians deserve our support and our prayers.

 

In this episode, you will learn:

  • The correct number of sexes from a scientific, medical point of view
  • The facts about suicide rates post-transgender operation
  • Medical realities involved in the mutilation procedure (start the list with double mastectomy for girls and sterilization for boys)
  • The reason the American College of Pediatricians was formed
  • What twin studies show us about gender disorder
  • The real reason why GID (Gender Identity Disorder) was officially renamed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (No 5) as Gender Identity Dysphoria
  • A clear way to understand the difference between sex and gender

 

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#63: Resolving gender confusion—Hudson Byblow (2/4)

#63: Resolving gender confusion—Hudson Byblow (2/4)

This is part two of our four part series on transgenderism.

Hudson lived through a long, dark season of shame and sexual confusion.Early exposure to pornography, feeling inferior to his older brother, and other factors affecting his relationships led Hudson along a path toward gender confusion, an ingrained porn habit, and self-loathing.  

Years of drifting brought him to a moment of truth, a fundamental choice: to choose love and its demands, or give in to the lawlessness of lust?

In response, God poured out His grace and Hudson was restored to the peace and lasting joy that chastity brings. In this courageously transparent interview, he recalls the sorrow and shame that kept him in invisible chains, but pointing also to the insistent way Christ began to move in his heart and mind.

Today, Hudson Byblow is a sought-after speaker and consultant. His approach to same-sex attraction is fully in line with the teachings of the Church but it emphasizes the dimension of personal testimony and the importance of the lost art of listening.

 

In this episode, you will learn

  • Why the language we use when speaking with hurting or angry people with sexual wounds can make the difference between breakthrough and breakdown
  • How loneliness and self-rejection can fuel porn addiction
  • The psychological roots of cross-dressing and gender confusion
  • How a robust Catholic life provides the security and support for those with backgrounds like this
  • The power of telling your story, of being willing to summarize how God has worked in your life

 

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#62: Transgenderism, Part One—with former trans Walt Heyer (1/4)

#62: Transgenderism, Part One—with former trans Walt Heyer

Walt Heyer lived for seven years “with” a female identity named Laura Jensen, having undergone the full gender reassignment surgery as an adult male in his late 30s.

Full mutilation, hormone treatments, driver’s licence with legal name change. In other words, all in.

It took a few years, but the “Laura” persona cracked under the pressure of the real man beneath the mountain of lies, which induced alcoholism, and a suicide attempt. Walt underwent his second reassignment surgery over 15 years ago and has a profound cautionary tale and hard won wisdom to dispense for those with ears to hear.

 

In this episode, you will learn

  • The common myths sold as truths regarding transgenderism
  • Whether transgender surgery ever works in the long term
  • The textbook childhood traumas that typically induce gender dysphoria
  • How a secretive grandmother unwittingly helped destroy Walt’s life by dressing him in a purple chiffon dress at age four.
  • The way in which divine Providence used Walt’s pain to be a source of hope to others
  • How he left the dangerous confusions of the trans movement and found lasting peace.

 

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#61: Jordan B. Peterson talks his New Book, Faith, Evil, and the Origin of Bucko

#61: Dr. Jordan Peterson On Catholicism, Suffering, Evil, and the Origin of “Bucko”

Jordan Peterson has been called “the most influential public intellectual in the Western world right now” by the New York Times, “the world’s most sought after psychologist” by Psychology Today, and “rock star” by most every other pundit—admiringly by fans, sarcastically by critics.

Whatever he is, Jordan Bernd Peterson is crushing it. As of this writing, his YouTube channel has close to 800,000 subscribers; his videoed lectures on the interface between psychology and the biblical narrative are virally shared; his Patreon account snags over $70,000 per month; and his live lectures and debates sell out everywhere.

But what recently supercharged his notoriety (?) was his patient take-down of England’s Channel 4 presenter Cathy Newman during a contentious interview about the so-called gender pay gap. If you missed that slow-motion car wreck, it’s here. As of this writing, it generated over six million views and pushed a worldwide audience in his direction very quickly—and providentially, just in time for the release of his new book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos.

In this interview (my fourth with him, the first in person), I get into some of the questions I many of my listeners have had about his worldview. Is he a Christian? Agnostic seeker? Lapsed Catholic academic trying to climb back home? We go there.

Peterson’s Bible exegesis approaches the sacred text from surprising angles, mainly drawn from Jungian insights into archetypes and mythopoetic interpretations of the events and players of salvation history. He is a gifted storyteller with an intense way of getting to the inner truths of the outer stories.

If you’re looking for black and white answers that bear the whiff of complete certainty, try a dogmatic theologian. Peterson is acutely allergic to tossing out glib answers to questions he believes need to be deeply pondered before wading into premature answers. In sense, many of his lectures seem to be orally delivered first drafts of something he might write down later and polish. He clarifies his own thinking as he goes.

For people (especially mothers and fathers) who are concerned about the aggressive neo-Marxist social engineering on college campuses and about the rise of the dictatorship of relativism, Peterson’s courage and perseverance in the face of intense pushback from defenders of the academic status quo is downright inspiring.

12 Rules for Life is not short, and is not for everyone. His eponymous rules embody the kind of tough love messaging that was common in say, pre-1960s America. In a post-modern era of politically correct bromides beloved by feminists and their beta male cheerleader, Peterson offers strong lye, albeit peppered with an offbeat sense of humor. He knows that some medicine now and again needs a spoonful of sugar to go down.

 

In this episode, you will learn

  • How his role in the battle for free speech in Canada with the passage of Bill C-16, which criminalized “misgendering” someone, ended up launching his new career as a social critic and surrogate father to millions of millennials.
  • Why PTSD is as much about the realization of the evils of which one is capable as about life-threatening experiences one has had.
  • His thought process in analyzing the foundational miracle of Christianity, the Resurrection of Christ.
  • The ways in which the West is still in something of a hangover from Soviet Communism.
  • How suffering can be an introduction to experiences of profound meaning and sensitivity to the pain of others.
  • The enduring influence of his father (and former teacher) Walter Peterson.
  • Why failing to speak up against evil is far more costly than actually doing so.

 

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