Here is a roundup of the ten most-read articles on our blog in 2023. These articles captured the interest of our readers and we highly recommend them!
There are two different types of homosexuality: the attraction that, for mainly physiological reasons, a minority of people feel toward subjects of the same sex and homosexuality as a political project.
In Norway, an update to the criminal code has been introduced regarding "hate crimes" based on gender identity and expression, which has begun to claim prominent victims among feminists in contrast to a certain trans narrative.
Not even in Old Europe is the "definition of a woman" now a "simple and affordable" thing. This is demonstrated in Scotland, where the question of what a woman legally is ended up in court when a group of old-fashioned feminists sued the Scottish government.
The querelle between two powerful "rights" organizations is about to reach its final chapter: the lawsuit filed in the United Kingdom by the Mermaids Association against the LGB Alliance. How is it possible that two entities apparently on the same "rainbow" front ended up battling in court?
Given the high rates of tech usage among teens and the ideologically motivated design of digital spaces, it’s no wonder more Gen Z’ers identify as trans compared to older generations.
With one day to go before the polls open, we would like to reintroduce to you the six points you have chosen as priorities from our list of principles for upcoming legislators. Going to look at how well the parties' programs agree with each of them.
Two weeks ago, the Machiavelli Center compiled a list of 13 fundamental principles that should guide the MPs who will be elected on September 25. We are pleased to announce those that, with thousands of votes cast, were chosen by our readers as the six priority guidelines.
Here is a list of 13 principles, grouped into five areas (nation, people, family, work, freedom), which we believe should inspire upcoming MPs.