That transphobia stuff was blown way out of proportion. If you watch the famous interview with the female English journalist where she tries to pull him up on the misogyny you can see him deal with it pretty well. He is no misogynist from my pov. Quite the opposite. Which lifestyles? I wasn't suggesting a burly man. In my mind it was more of an Obama type character. Charming, stoic, centered. I think that would work better to deliver the message.from what i gather the backlash has centred around him taking positions that are deemed transphobic and misogynistic. the emphasis on his more spurious claims arrises from the fact that he presents his ideas as being grounded in science, so when he promotes lifestyle choices that are outlandish and empirically unsound it undermines the source of his intellectual credibility.
the voice doesn't play into it. if anything i'd imagine a burly alpha male in the same position would be deemed more offensive.
What's the least interesting aspect? I might not be explaining myself properlyThat's the least interesting aspect of that subject anyway. Much more interesting to think of the matrix style control of reality through education, media, mainstream psychology etc. But it's kinda been done and I dunno if it makes for entertaining reading ala the dissensian way.