How did we get here?
A war has been waged over gender, and it rages around us–a gender revolution. Our schools have become battlegrounds where educators fight for the minds of our youth. Constitutional rights stand in question. A new understanding of the separation of church and state has divorced morality from legality. Pronouns have become a source of great offense. Girls can be Boy Scouts, and boys can use the women’s restroom.
Join me as I journey through the origins and progression of the gender revolution in America, demonstrate the power of propaganda and the influence of educators, analyze the science behind sex and gender and navigate the semantics, bust widely-accepted myths, and explore the Christian response.
The end of the Gender Revolution starts now.
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She leads 3 team projects at any given time, scoffs at the thought of getting anything less than an “A” on a final exam, and works tirelessly to improve . . . everything. But perfectionism isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Maybe her greatest strengths are also her weaknesses.
In this episode of “The Kylee Zempel Podcast,” Kylee talks about what it’s like to be an “Enneagram 1.” She covers the Enneagram and other personality tests, misconceptions about “Ones,” dangers of the Enneagram, and how “One” thought patterns like perfectionism, a drive for excellence, and leadership tendencies are both wonderful and unhealthy.
Whether you’ve taken the Enneagram or not, whether you’re a Myers-Briggs “ENTP” or “ISFJ,” or whether you’re a “red” or a “blue,” this episode lends insight to the internal motivations and thought patterns of a 21st-century perfectionist.
Is it safe to take an Uber, or should you stick to a taxi? Should you mix things up with a trendy, affordable Airbnb or stay in a hotel? Should you embrace Apple Pay and Venmo, or is using a credit card advantageous? In this episode, Kylee delivers a radio news story exploring the controversy surrounding the “traditional economy” vs. the “cutting-edge economy.”
This radio story was produced for use by Radio America, the University of Delaware, and The Kylee Zempel Podcast.
I am silently correcting your grammar.
And if you have a friend who is a grammarist, they are silently correcting your grammar too . . . or perhaps, not so silently. In this episode of “The Kylee Zempel Podcast,” Kylee reveals ten common English mistakes to avoid if you wish to keep the peace with your grammarist friends.
Even in a culture that praises open-mindedness as the ultimate virtue, the words of G. K. Chesterton still ring true: “Merely having an open mind is nothing. The object of opening the mind, as of opening the mouth, is to shut it again on something solid.” In this episode of “The Kylee Zempel Podcast,” Kylee talks about the purpose of open-mindedness as a means to an end and the value of closing one’s mind around the truth.