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Jordan Peterson on Joe Rogan show: Being trans is like ‘satanic ritual abuse’

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controversial host appeared to endorse Peterson’s theory when he suggested that acceptance of the trans community is a sign of “civilizations collapsing” during the Jan.

25 episode of Spotify’s “The Joe Rogan Experience.”Critics are now, once again, calling out the podcast host for having “peddled harmful anti-trans rhetoric.”Rogan, 54, implored the controversial, pundit and author to share his thoughts on what made an individual trans.Peterson, 59, described it as a condition of a “sociological contagion,” comparing it to “the satanic ritual abuse accusations that emerged in daycares in the 1980s.”The former psychology professor at University of Toronto also used his time on Rogan’s popular platform to oppose Canadian federal Bill C-16, which amended the country’s human rights protections to also cover trans and non-binary citizens.

Instead the former academic made he unsubstantiated claim that opening the boundaries of “sex categories” would would “fatally confuse thousands of young girls.”Rogan then referred back to his conversation with British columnist Douglas Murray of The Spectator in September, in which the writer said that trans issues “will be seen to be a late-empire, a bad sign of things falling apart.”“He had an amazing point about civilizations collapsing, and that when they start collapsing they become obsessed with gender.

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