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Claire Rae Randall holds an Honors Degree in Philosophy and Psychology from Leeds University, with a Graduate Diploma in Art Therapy. She has worked in psychiatry, mental health, and personal development, taught Psychology and Further Education. Claire is the author of “Waking the Monkey!: Becoming the Hundredth Monkey.”
Claire joins us for Part 2 of the conversation begun with Lana last week - this time digging into the topics of sexual differentiation, hormones, gender studies, and trends. She begins by defining the brain’s amygdala, which is a trigger mechanism that can be manipulated in trauma based mind control. Claire then gives examples of research in the field of physiological psychology conducted to determine how hormones in the womb act on physical and neurological sexual differentiation. We discuss the estrogen mimicking chemicals that are increasingly polluting our environments and what effect they have on the sexual brain and female vs male hormones.
Then, Claire describes the overall tone of university gender studies departments, where there is hostility towards any recognition of biological determinants in sexual characteristics and mainly social aspects are studied. She refers to important cases concerning sexual reassignment that are not included in gender studies curriculum, and she also gives some insight behind the liberal left’s political motivation to deconstruct all notions of gender and heteronormativity. We get into the controversial points of transsexual children, gender reassignment for kids, and the hardwiring of sex, along with the celebrated “reality TV” stars, Bruce Jenner and Jazz Jennings.
Later, we analyze how to deal with the anti-White/female/gay politics of Islam that are cropping up all over Europe. Further, we consider how we can reach a balanced compromise in dealing with the hostility that exists between traditional conservatives, the alternative right and the LGBT world. At the end, we look at the wide umbrella of trans identities and the necessary attention that must be paid to neurological and developmental factors in changing public perception of this small, yet very vocal, portion of the world’s population.