The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast #347 – Miriam Grossman & Jordan Peterson
Miriam Grossman, a highly skilled and dedicated mental health advocate, author, and psychiatrist, has made a remarkable impact in the world of psychology. With over two decades of experience, Dr. Grossman has earned a reputation as a compassionate and insightful practitioner, helping countless patients achieve emotional well-being. She gained recognition as a trailblazer with her groundbreaking book, "Unprotected," which sheds light on the issues plaguing college mental health services. Her expertise in child and adolescent psychiatry has made her a sought-after speaker, consultant, and media personality. In addition to her bestselling books and numerous publications, Miriam Grossman also shares her knowledge through her engaging blog and social media channels, where she discusses the latest trends and developments in mental health. As an advocate for honest and fact-based discussions in mental health care, Dr. Grossman continues to be a vital voice in the field.
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Summary of The Jordan B Peterson Podcast #347: Dr. Miriam Grossman Discusses the Dangers of Gender Ideology and the Medical Profession's Role
In episode 347 of The Jordan B Peterson Podcast, Dr. Peterson has an in-depth conversation with Dr. Miriam Grossman, a medical expert who has been warning against the dangers of gender ideology for over a decade. They discuss the history of gender theory, the role of the medical profession in promoting it, and the detrimental consequences for those who have undergone gender transition procedures.
Dr. Jordan Peterson welcomes Dr. Miriam Grossman, a medical expert who has been challenging the accepted views on gender for over a decade. She has gained notoriety for her criticism of the medical profession’s role in promoting gender ideology, particularly with regard to the treatment of young people experiencing gender dysphoria.
An Early Observer and the Bill C16 (3:47, 7:00)
Dr. Grossman shares her concerns regarding the rise of gender ideology since 2009 and its impact on fundamental perceptual categories like male and female. The two discuss Bill C16, a Canadian legislation that has been criticized for its potential to suppress free speech in favor of compelled speech, promoting gender ideology.
Denial, Celebration, and Identity (9:02, 11:20)
Dr. Peterson and Dr. Grossman discuss the denial of biological sex and the celebration of gender identity. They explore the psychological and societal implications of creating new identities based on subjective feelings.
A Message to the Parents (14:15)
Dr. Grossman emphasizes the importance of parents understanding the potential harm of gender ideology and being cautious about embracing it, particularly when it comes to medical interventions for their children.
Enticed into Lying and the Destruction of the Family (19:23, 20:19)
The conversation highlights how the medical profession has been enticed into lying about the realities of gender and how this ideological movement has contributed to the destruction of the family unit.
Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria and its Traumatizing Effects (22:55, 27:17)
Dr. Grossman explains the phenomenon of Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria (ROGD) and its deeply traumatizing effects on young people who are influenced by social contagion.
Disenfranchised Grief and Silencing of Critics (30:05, 31:46)
The medical expert discusses the concept of disenfranchised grief, experienced by parents who lose their children to gender ideology, and the demonization and silencing of those who do not affirm these ideologies.
No Consensus, a War Within the Medical Community (34:33)
Dr. Grossman reveals that there is no consensus on gender ideology within the medical community, but rather a war between professionals with differing opinions.
Planned Parenthood Incentives and the Truth About Suicide and Transgenderism (35:37, 38:09)
Dr. Peterson and Dr. Grossman discuss the incentives provided by organizations like Planned Parenthood for medical professionals to transition young people and the misconceptions surrounding suicide rates and transgenderism.
Lost in TransNation and the Cowardice of Authorities (41:43, 44:08)
The conversation moves towards the exploration of the book “Lost in TransNation” and the cowardice of authorities who fail to protect vulnerable people from the dangers of gender ideology.
John Money's False Theories and the Reimer Twins (46:05, 57:02)
Dr. Grossman exposes the false theories of John Money on gender and identity, and the tragic story of the Reimer twins, who suffered from Money’s experiments.
Closing Down Money's Clinic and Institutional Delusion (1:12:57, 1:14:12)
Dr. Peterson and Dr. Grossman discuss the closure of John Money’s clinic and how his delusional theories on gender have become deeply ingrained in modern institutions.
The Dark Fate of the Reimer Twins and the Radicalization of Gender Theory (1:19:10, 1:22:55)
The tragic fate of the Reimer twins is recounted, serving as a cautionary tale against the radicalization of gender theory and its potential for devastating consequences.
Hard Science on Male and Female Markers and Permanent Side Effects (1:24:41, 1:27:47)
The conversation turns to the hard science behind male and female biological markers, and the permanent side effects of gender transition procedures that are often not disclosed to patients.
Why the Concern is Real and Standing Strong Against Cancellation (1:29:24, 1:33:03)
Dr. Grossman emphasizes the genuine concern professionals have about the dangers of gender ideology and the importance of standing strong against cancellation, in order to protect those who are most vulnerable.
In episode 347 of The Jordan B Peterson Podcast, Dr. Peterson and Dr. Miriam Grossman delve into the complexities and dangers of gender ideology. They discuss the role of the medical profession in promoting this ideology, the detrimental consequences for those who have undergone gender transition procedures, and the importance of standing up for the truth. The conversation serves as a stark reminder of the potential harm that can be caused by the radicalization of gender theory and the need for a more nuanced and scientific approach to understanding human identity.