The Infectious Myth On “The Infectious Myth” host David Crowe will examine the questionable or outright false paradigms that infect our society.

November 26, 2019  
JCCF, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, is a Canadian, libertarian, legal non-profit that intervenes in cases based on issues they consider to be important. Recently, they represented female estheticians, mostly poor immigrant women of color, who refused to give a brazilian wax to biological male/transwoman J. Yaniv, and a Grade 1 girl who was told by her teacher that girls don’t exist, also based on gender ideology. Other issues they have become embroiled in include mandatory participation in an indigenous spiritual ceremony, and the issue of whether parents should be informed when their children join a Gay-Straight Alliance at school. Ironically, on some of these issues they have found themselves allied with Gender Critical Feminists who would traditionally have been on the opposite side of any social/political issue.
You can find out more about this organization and support their work at
November 12, 2019  
David interviews Canadian feminist Meghan Murphy who, because she continues to speak out firmly, with conviction, and unbowed by death threats, continues to be targeted. She talked in Toronto at a public library. While the chief librarian held firm, outside the venue a mob yelled slurs at people attending. She talked with others at another event in Vancouver, which was also besieged by demonstrators. Vancouver is also home to Jessica or Jonathan Yaniv, who achieved fame by dragging 15 women to the BC Human Rights Tribunal for refusing to give their male genitalia a brazilian wax. The case is over, and David and Meghan describe the outcome.
Meghan runs the website:


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