New satire: "Converting the Two-Spirit"
A progressive therapist struggles to convince a teenage white girl she is not allowed to identify as a two-spirit.
New dark satire: "The Psychologist"
The psychologist claims to have authority over reality, but reality disagrees, and an innocent tomboy will pay the price.
New essay: The Freedom to Not Believe
A new short satire: "The Coming Out"
Oh Progressivism, you gullible fool. In 2016 a woman claims she is a lesbian. Then in 2021 she claims she is a man (and therefore "straight"). And there you are in both cases, nodding your head right along like an idiot, demanding no proof, just taking her word for it. And when 2026 rolls around, what will she claim to be then? What truth claims will she demand you blindly accept? It doesn't matter. Whatever it is, you'll believe it, you gullible fool.
New cover for "Fitting In"
"Freedom From Super-Religion"
A super-religion is a religious movement that pretends to be non-religious, thereby allowing its faith-based beliefs to be imposed on other religions and on secularism itself.
The reason why the LGBT movement has proven such a challenge to organized religion is because the conflict has wrongly been interpreted as religion vs secularism when it is actually religion vs religion.
Gender identity is a faith-based belief that contradicts provable reality and as such it has no business being anywhere near secularism. Sexual identity, on the other hand, does not currently contradict provable reality because it is only an interpretation of it, ...
What is more important, having your favorite team win one specific game, or honoring the rules of the game and thereby allowing future games to take place? There are those who claim that you should fight, fight, fight, never conceding a loss for your team. Always there is some excuse why the game wasn't fair. Always there is some excuse why the other side cheated. Never was there any intention of honoring the rules if it meant accepting a defeat. If the rules ...
Secularism, as it is commonly understood today, is only capable of protecting us from control by organized religion. It isn't capable of protecting us from control by faith-based non-religion.
This is very troublesome given that we live in a world where an increasing amount of people are abandoning organized religion yet obviously not abandoning faith-based beliefs entirely (Exhibit A: gender identity). Our society, clearly, must reconsider what it understands ...
A trio of essays arguing that secularism must always give precedence to proof over faith and that gender identity therefore should not be taken seriously as a secular belief.
New essay: "A Non-Religious Theocracy"
New essay: Real-Gender vs Woke-Gender
New essay: If Gender Identity Isn't a Religious Belief, Then It's Really, Really Stupid.
An Onramp to Nowhere
The End of a Common "Family-Friendly"
The Kobo eBookstore Banned All My Books Today
Why Do We Help Make Sin Inevitable?
How to Talk to Progressives about Gender Identity
New Cover for "What Our Helmets Let Us See"
Stephen Measure is an author of social and political satire, both humorous and dark.
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