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I'm 75 years old, Colin, and consider myself fortunate to be capable of using Word, Google and E-mail But I don't use any "social media" (and wouldn't even if I could). So I do hope that I'll still be able to read your excellent articles in the current way.
I wonder what you think about direct and indirect causes of biophobia and the consequences. Also, do you think the word is a useful term to describe some problematic, quite serious, trends? Do you think Louise Perry is right to be concerned that the specific countries which have the lowest birth rates could pose a threat to political stability for the US in about 100 years?
I think trans ideology and some strains of environmentalisn and feminism (used tk a member of the Florida Public Interest Research Group and the National Organization for Women. I found the women's studies books conflicted too much with my psychobiology and psychology classes. I sided with science early on.
I think biophobia is more dangerous to our world, and political stability, than transphobia. Still, I don't consider myself trans phobic, just self I.D. phobic.
I learned about biophobia by reading "A Mind of Her Own" by Anne Campbell, Ph.D..
Sorry to see you leave Twitter. Bye