Last Sunday found The Big Questions – the BBC’s platform for airing ‘moral, ethical and religious debates’ – once again eagerly jumping aboard the transgender express.
This time it couched its favourite ‘moral and ethical’ question in the language of gender neutrality. ‘Wouldn’t gender neutral language be better for mankind?’ Nicky Campbell asked in all high minded seriousness, not if this proposition was a case of bad argument and biased ideology. No, of course not. The purpose of The Big Questions is to give its platform to ‘progressive’ ideology and to put some token naysayers on the back foot to defend the outmoded. That is how the programme is structured.
And this was the role they hoped TCW’s Belinda Brown, who entered this veritable lions’ den on our behalf, would fill. Well she didn’t. She defied them all, host and participants alike, fearlessly taking on the transgender bullies, the sheer nonsense of their arguments and the tyranny of their ideology to boot. She was magnificent.
Here is our heroine in action (about 6 minutes in) “literally storming it” as one of our readers observed.