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When Rebel Media Reporters Fake Being Trans, They’re Not Doing Journalism

Cisgender reporters who record your children swimming should be alarming you, not non-binary youth trying to get an education. Remember when I said writing about Jordan Peterson was a trap? This, right here, is stepping into a snare. For those who don’t keep up with Rebel Media, the Ezra Levant-led online outlet born after Sun TV shut down, reporter Lauren Southern was on-site at a University of Toronto teach-in protest this week.
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