«The moment you become grateful you leave the left.»
Hmmm, I am careful in recommending whole series, but the Epoch Times/American Thought Leaders podcast turns out to be very interesting. Yes, they are partisan, but they cover a lot of interesting topics from an interesting perspective.
Among others, on DIE statements as litmus tests. Their description of the interview:
Colin Wright: Why I Chose Career Suicide and Spoke Out Against Gender Ideology and CRT
«I just couldn’t deal with the fact that I’d be potentially teaching my work on collective behavior in social spiders or wasp personalities when half my class might not even know what a male and female is or might not even be convinced that those are even real biological categories.» I sit down with Colin Wright, an evolutionary biologist and founding editor of Reality’s Last Stand. His cartoon about his sense of alienation from the left went viral after it was retweeted by Elon Musk. He explains why gender ideology is so damaging to society, and how he sees universities using compliance with diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) ideology to determine hiring, promotions, and tenure. “[At] increasingly more universities, they’re using these DEI statements as a first filter … I view them as political litmus tests because there is only one way to write these things.
BTW, Colin Wright is the one who made this meme:
You find the podcast (specifically this episode) on Apple Podcasts and on podtail.