Daniel Moody

Daniel Moody is a self-taught philosopher living in Dorset. He blogs at http://gentlemind.blogspot.co.uk/.

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Daniel Moody: Transgenderism is a real and present danger to our children

I tend to judge a book by its index. But CJ Atkinson’s Can I Tell You About Gender Diversity? does not have an index. It only has a glossary; so I turned to it to look for two terms: sex and gender. To no great surprise, I found only half of what I sought. The […]

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Daniel Moody: If Einar is a Danish girl then I’m a Dutchman

I have in recent years developed tenderness towards a particular kind of man. The kind who thinks he is a woman. Primarily, this tenderness comes from recognising transsexualism to be a severe disorder, best thought of as a life-threatening condition. But as well as this I am just grateful that I know where I stand […]

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Daniel Moody: The twelve days of transgender Christmas*

(*Trigger warning: contains humour) On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me a safe place to take a pee On the second day of Christmas my true love sent to me more than two sexes? And a safe place to take a pee On the third day of Christmas my true […]

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Daniel Moody: LGBT heads for divorce. Will LGB drop T before T drops LGB?

After her bruising encounter with transgenderists, there is good news and bad news for Germaine Greer. The good news is that transgenderism is not misogynistic. The bad news is that it is misogynistic and misandristic: if males and females can be males or females, then male and female are identical; therefore males and females can […]

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Daniel Moody: Transgenderism is a dagger aimed at the heart of human identity

It may only be early August, but it is safe to say that 2015 will be remembered as the year in which the cult of Transgenderism stepped out of the shadows of the internet and into the light of society, media and law, bringing with it a new way of speaking about what it means […]

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