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A podcast about the things we believe to be true but cannot say, by Jonathan Kay and Dr. Debra Soh

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#4 - Wrongspeak Review Vol. 1 with Ed the Sock and Adrienne Batra

Canadian TV icon Ed the Sock (Steve Kerzner) and Toronto Sun editor-in-chief Adrienne Batra join Jon and Debra to discuss and debate the first three episodes of Wrongspeak on free speech on campus, women in STEM and rapid onset gender dysphoria.

Sep 05, 2018
#3 - Too Young To Transition?

Debra asks whether some children who identify as trans may be receiving definitive gender diagnoses too soon for their own good.

May 30, 2018
#2 - The Shepherd Effect

The saga of Canadian graduate student and activist Lindsay Shepherd, featuring surprising interviews from the Laurier University campus that cast fresh light on how she became a free-speech icon.

May 30, 2018
#1 - James Damore's Inconvenient Brain

For Wrongspeak's introductory episode, Debra speaks with ex-Google engineer James Damore and takes a close look at the science behind his infamous “Google Memo” on gender in the tech field. Was Damore punished for his inconvenient brain?

May 30, 2018
Wrongspeak preview with Jonathan Kay and Dr. Debra Soh

In this preview clip, hosts Jonathan Kay and Dr. Debra Soh chat about their trip to Laurier University following the Lindsay Shepherd affair, and whether or not the climate for free speech on university campuses will improve.

May 30, 2018
Wrongspeak preview with Dr. Debra Soh

In this preview of Wrongspeak's introductory episode, Dr. Debra Soh speaks with Dr. Meng-Chuan Lai of the University of Toronto about neurodiversity and embracing autism in the workplace. The full episode, "James Damore's Inconvenient Brain," is coming soon! Follow @ DrDebraSoh and @ JonKay on Twitter for updates.

May 28, 2018