Barbara Kay

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Articles/Stories written by Barbara Kay: 55

Why are teenage girls afraid to become women? A new book explains their flight from biological reality

Shrier’s book is an enormously positive contribution to this fierce battle for children’s right to bodily and mental protection from harmful influence.

Barbara Kay

It turns out cognitive differences are as simple as a game of chess

Progressive ideologues are committed to the dogma that environmental factors—racism, social construction—alone account for differences in racial and gender outcomes.

Barbara Kay

Homeschooling emerges as a viable alternative to ideologically driven public education

If the homeschooling trend continues, stakeholders in the public education system won’t be happy for both financial and ideological reasons.

Barbara Kay

The diversity, inclusion, equity movement (DIE) is now taking over the STEM field

It used to be that students who went into Science, Technology, Engineering and Math—STEM—thought they were safe if they kept their heads down. But they aren’t safe anymore.

Barbara Kay

Erin O'Toole has what it takes to clobber Trudeau in the next election

Erin O'Toole has what it takes to unify the CPC, and clobber Trudeau in the next election?— which may come sooner than later.

Barbara Kay

Terry Mosher's face mask/niqab cartoon misses the mark

Mosher, it should be noted is no fan of Islamic face cover. In 2010, he stirred up controversy with a cartoon that portrayed the niqab as prison bars.

Barbara Kay

Forget everything you think you know about single-use plastic

If we really cared about the environment, and knew the actual facts about plastic bags, we would revert to their use on a continuing basis.

Barbara Kay

New petition demands fairness for women in Olympic sports

A global coalition of organizations has launched a petition demanding the suspension of its transgender participation guidelines that permit males to compete with women.

Barbara Kay

The coronavirus crisis reveals the hypocrisy of the ‘diversity’ squad

If the global statistics were reversed—more women dying than men—the CDC would likely be all over it.

Barbara Kay

Social distancing rules are getting out of hand in the coronavirus era

We’re all doing our best to “social distance.” We get it. But we’d be happier doing it without Big Brother hovering over us.

Barbara Kay

BDS founder wants to boycott everything except Israeli medical help

Too bad it took so long, and a pandemic to make it crystal clear to everyone what a bunch of political losers the BDS gang is.

Barbara Kay

Canada loses a vital voice in media as CJN shuts down

We hope that somehow a third act is in store for the CJN when Canadian life returns to the new normal, whatever that may look like.

Barbara Kay

Many of our temporary coronavirus measures will become permanent

The headline was a first in Jewish history: “Senior Orthodox rabbis allow Zoom for Passover seder due to Coronavirus.”

Barbara Kay

There's never been a better time to buy a bidet

Toilet paper is the one item everyone is seeking and bent on hoarding. Surely it's time to turn to bidets.

Barbara Kay

Explosive lawsuit by former white supremacist causes tension in Canada's Jewish community

Elisa Hategan is accusing Elizabeth Moore, a former fellow white supremacist, of “wrongful appropriation of personality” in an explosive new lawsuit.

Barbara Kay