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Deeply Problematic

Jonathan Kay

A substack newsletter from Jonathan Kay

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On January 31, Danielle Smith, the Premier of Alberta, unveiled new policies for treatment of trans-identified children. These include a ban on sex-change surgery for those under 17 and a ban on hormone therapy for those under 16. She also ...

6 months ago

My Day Job

Some of you may have noticed that my Substack posting frequency is lower than that of many other Substackers. I wish I could post more, but I have a good excuse: Deeply Problematic is just my hobby site. For the last six years, my full-time...

8 months ago

Thanks to Hamas and Its Cheerleaders, Canadians Are Getting a Good Look at What Real Antisemitism Looks Like

In September, it was reported that representatives from the Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAHN) had petitioned the federal government, seeking $5-million in public funding. According to the non-profit group, the funds would be used to promote...

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  • Jonathan Kay

    Toronto-based Quillette editor, writer & podcast host. Book author & ghostwriter. Boardgames & disc golf. Hair-care expert. Proud Canadian. Lapsed Jew. Quick-service dining enthusiast.

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