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Craig Young reflects on Wellington's 'Inflection Point event featuring Posie Parker and questions Destiny Church's commitment to 'child protection'. On May 19, "Inflection Point", a coalition of anti-transgender activists from Australia and New Zealand, engaged in a conference at the Wellington Convention Centre across the way from Te Papa. Thanks to...
Craig Young believes the Cass Review's findings must be rejected as seriously flawed and a risk to transgender child and adolescent health, wellbeing and safety.  Although, predictably, the likes of Family First, right-wing UK website Spiked,  and anti-transgender pseudofeminists are crowing about the UK Cass Review on halting puberty blocker treatment...
Irish comedy writer and anti-transgender activist Graham Linehan has been 'invited' to New Zealand by the libertarian "Free Speech Union" and Craig Young has thoughts. For those of us with long memories, Linehan was the creator of sitcom Father Ted.  It was humorous enough at the time, although it wildly exaggerated...
Craig Young reflects on recent attacks on gay men in Christchurch using the hook-up app Grindr. In Christchurch, a recent trial disclosed that a group of Christchurch teenagers have been using the gay/bi/MSM hookup app Grindr to target gay men. The teenagers used the app to lure local gay male...
Craig Young delves into the government’s removal of the Relationships and Sexuality Education curriculum from our schools. In order to critically debate the Relationships and Sexuality Education curriculum, it is necessary to delve into its origins and the evidence behind its introduction. There is a reason for this. If there...
Craig Young says The ACT Party needs to abandon its current ruminations about the abolition of the Human Rights Commission. Even if it isn't abolished, nor should its neutrality be compromised. When it came to the Commission, established in 1977 under the Muldoon administration, its abilities and scope were circumscribed....
Craig Young questions our legal system's response to drug and alcohol-fuelled crime and asks whether enough detox and rehab programmes are being funded.   My friend Stan Waipouri (1968-2006) didn't make it to forty. He was murdered by two polydrug users, Ashley Arnopp and Andre Gilling, who were sentenced to imprisonment...
Craig Young believes we are starting to see the legislative and judicial inclusion of people in non-monogamous relationships in New Zealand.   Content warning: This article describes references to sexual assault.   The Health and Disability Commission has just named a counsellor involved in an unsatisfactory and disrespectful attitude toward a woman in...

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