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Bernard Lane on the Fight for a More Balanced Approach Toward Children and Teens Seeking Medicalized Gender Change
Quillette Editor-in-Chief Claire Lehmann talks to The Australian writer Bernard Lane about the severe risks associated with rushing gender dysphoric children into puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and surgery-and the rising tide of concerned parents who are pushing back against the campaign to reflexively 'affirm' children's beliefs about their inner identity.
Richard Hanania on the Real Reason Progressives Are Winning the Culture War: They Just Want It More
Quillette podcast host Jonathan Kay talks to Richard Hanania, President of the Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology, about his much-discussed essay, "Why is Everything Liberal? Cardinal Preferences Explain Why All Institutions are Woke"
Michael Shellenberger on the Case for Nuclear Power, Progressive Hypocrisy on Energy Policy, and His New book, 'Apocalypse Never'
Quillette founder Claire Lehmann talks to author and activist Michael Shellenberger about how environmental alarmism and ideological blind spots often prevent us from having a rational discussion about the best way to address climate change while growing national economies
Sean McMeekin on 'Stalin's War: A New History of World War II'
Quillette's Jonathan Kay speaks with Bard University history professor Sean McMeekin about his new book, which describes how the fears and ambitions of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin shaped the course of the Second World War
James Kirchick on 'The Disintegration of the ACLU'
Quillette's Jonathan Kay talks to author James Kirchick about his recent Tablet article documenting how the American Civil Liberties Union abandoned its core mission in favor of doctrinaire progressive politics