Talk:Ben Shapiro

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User:Rupert loup, that's not what these terms mean in the common usage. Modern day liberal != classic liberalism. GMGtalk 22:43, 17 September 2018 (UTC)

The category is not about the American usage, is about the philosophy as a whole and its definition, we have related articles of diferent persons of different times and not only from the United States. If you want to encompase the specific American kind of liberalism then you should create a subcategory, which I think it would be helpful because the increasing creation of related articles. Rupert loup (talk)
I dunno. I can say that that category is bonkers. If you can classify UKIP, a far right party, along with Liberal Democrats, then you don't have a very well defined category. GMGtalk 23:21, 17 September 2018 (UTC)
The UKIP is "influenced by Thatcherism and classical liberalism, it describes itself as economically libertarian and promotes liberal economic policies." Being right wing or left wing is irrelevant, and those political parties are not in the scope of this talk page. Rupert loup (talk) 23:37, 17 September 2018 (UTC)

Calling Transgenderism mental disorder[edit]

According to Shapiro’s list of all the dumb things he has said so far, he calls it that, one of his most controversial comments is his claim that “transgenderism is a mental disorder” which, unlike some other comments, he does not regret saying. Shouldn’t that be in his Wikiquote page? —This unsigned comment is by (talkcontribs) 00:00‎ (UTC), 21 November 2019.

When? Where? Relevance? In a context? Read WQ:PG and the other specific guidelines to consider for your reply. —Eihel (talk) 07:26, 21 November 2019 (UTC)