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A conservative commentator confronts pro-choice protesters by quizzing them on 'what is a woman' in a new documentary that claims that pediatricians who are helping teens transition to a different gender are prescribing a hormone blocker that has been used for chemical castration.

Matt Walsh, a father-of-four who hosts a podcast for 'The Daily Wire' said he has been asking the question for years and has yet to receive a straight answer.

 

'What is a women? Can one person tell me what a woman is?' Walsh asked protesters as he walked along the route with a megaphone at the Women's March last year. 

One protester yelled back, 'If you're not here for women, we ask you to leave!' Others remained silent.  

The protesters' reactions are the center of a new Daily Wire documentary, 'What is a Woman?' that is set to be released on June 1. A book with the same title is set to be published on June 14.

The trailer was released Saturday - the day hundreds of thousands are expected to march in Washington, D.C. and across the country for a 'Bans Off Our Bodies' Day of Action for Abortion Rights rally. 

The event, organized by Women's March, comes after Politico published a leaked draft opinion that suggests the Supreme Court is set to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Matt Walsh, a father of four who hosts a Daily Wire's podcast, confronts pro-choice protesters by quizzing them on 'what is a woman' in a new documentary

Walsh counter protested at the Women's March in 2021 and asked: 'What is a woman?'

On Saturday, Walsh told Dailymail.com that while he won't be making an appearance at the march today, he said his message will be clear in the form of billboards along the route. 

'We thought it would be important for the folks marching today to see this message,' Walsh explained. 

A billboard promoting the show has been set up along the route of the Washington DC march, along with another in New York City.  

'If you ask this question - what is a woman - they become uncomfortable and they simply cannot answer it,' Walsh told Dailymail.com. 

'Some of these activists we've encountered become militant, vicious, when we ask this question,' he said. 

Walsh added that he has found that the 'average person' supports their message, but will not always speak out for fear of backlash and being canceled. 

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Walsh said asking the question is just the beginning, a 'door to a broader topic of gender ideology' and how it affects our children.   

In the trailer for the documentary, Walsh speaks to pediatrician Dr. Michelle Forcier about the puberty blockers used to help teenagers transition to a different gender, which the doctor explains are completely reversible. 

Walsh then asks her specifically about the drug Leuprolide acetate, also known as 'Lupron', which he points out is also used to 'castrate sex offenders.'

In the trailer, Dr. Forcier then appears to shut down the interview. 

The drug is also used to treat symptoms associated with advanced prostate cancer, to treat endometriosis and is used, along with other medications, to treat anemia. 

On Saturday, Walsh tweeted an image of his billboard promoting 'What is a Woman' along a protest route in Washington DC

In the documentary, Walsh speaks to pediatrician Dr. Michelle Forcier about the puberty blockers used to help teenagers transition to a different gender

Walsh then asks her specifically about the drug Leuprolide acetate 'Lupron' which he points out is also used to 'castrate sex offenders'

The drug Lupron also used to treat symptoms associated with advanced prostate cancer, to treat endometriosis and is used, along with other medications, to treat anemia

What is Leuprolide acetate 'Lupron' - a drug used to help teenagers transition to a different gender

Leuprolide acetate is an LHRH agonist that is most commonly used in chemical castration today.

Leuprolide is also used to stop early puberty (precocious puberty) in children. 

It helps to delay sexual development (such as growth of the breasts/testicles) and the start of menstrual periods. 

It also helps slow down early bone growth to increase the likelihood of reaching normal adult height. 

Leuprolide works by decreasing the amount of sex hormones that a child's body makes (estrogen in girls, testosterone in boys). 

In the documentary, Walsh also speaks to Scott Newgent, 47-year-old transgender man living in Texas, about whether or not there's a 'social contagion' happening with teens transitioning to solve their problems. 

'I'm a biological woman who medically transitioned to appear like a male. But I will never be a man.' 

Newgent is the founder of TReVoices, a group of trans educators who oppose radical gender activism and seek to educate politicians and families about the reality of gender dysphoria.

'It got me at 42,' Newgent said, pointing at Walsh. 'Your child doesn't have a chance.' 

Walsh has spoken against trans issues regularly on his show and during appearances on Fox News and Dr. Phil. 

In a video in response to the HBO documentary 'Transhood,' Walsh said that parents supporting their trans children is a 'deranged' form of 'child abuse.'

Earlier this year, trans activists accused Walsh of trying to lure them into participating in an anti-trans documentary, Insider reported.   

Eli Erlick told the news outlet she and her 14-year-old trangender child were recruited to appear in the documentary.

Walsh, who has history of controversial tweets and on-air comments, was suspended from Twitter for 12 hours earlier this year for tweeting that Jeopardy champion Amy Schneider and UPenn swimmer Lia Thomas were men. 

'The greatest female Jeopardy champion of all time is a man,' Walsh wrote in a tweet on December 30, according to the Daily Wire. 'The top female college swimmer is a man. The first female four star admiral in the Public Health Service is a man. Men have dominated female high school track and the female MMA circuit. The patriarchy wins in the end.' 

Walsh also speaks to Scott Newgent, 47-year-old transgender man about whether or not there's a 'social contagion' happening with teens transitioning to solve their problems

'It got me at 42,' Newgent said, pointing at Walsh. 'Your child doesn't have a chance'

A billboard promoting the doc 'What is a Woman' has been set up along the route of the Washington DC march, along with another in Times Square in New York City (pictured) 

'I am not referring to an individual person as if she is two people,' Walsh wrote in another tweet. 'Everyone else can run around sounding like maniacs if they want but I will not be participating. No thank you.' 

The tweets went against Twitter's 'hateful conduct' policy, which prohibits users from using 'violence' on the basis of 'race, ethnicity, national origin, caste, sexual orientation and gender identity.' 

Walsh appeared on Tucker Carlson just minutes after being suspended. 

'I just found out five minutes ago, just before we went on the air, that I just got suspended on Twitter because I pointed out that biological males are men,' Walsh said. 

Walsh appeared on Tucker Carlson just minutes after being suspended from Twitter

'And, this to me is all part of the game here. That this is what leftism is and if you criticize it then they're gonna shut you down because they realize—it's not like they can engage intellectually. It's not like they can defend, intellectually, any of the examples that you just played.'

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Humanity on course to incinerate our only home without transition to renewables: United Nations chief

The head of the United Nations on Wednesday criticized the "broken" global energy system that's leading humanity "ever closer to climate catastrophe" and urged world leaders to instead grab onto "the lifeline... right in front of us"—a transition to renewable sources.

"We must end fossil fuel pollution and accelerate the renewable energy transition, before we incinerate our only home," said U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres.

His remarks were delivered in a video address alongside the release of the World Meteorological Organization's latest flagship report, the State of the Global Climate 2021.

That publication, according to Guterres, represents "a dismal litany of humanity's failure to tackle climate disruption."

The report notes that four out of seven climate indicators hit record levels last year.

Since greenhouse gas concentrations hit a new global high in 2020, reaching 413.2 parts per million, real-time data from monitoring sites including Mauna Loa in Hawaii confirm the rising trend of CO2, methane, and nitrous oxide continued in 2021.

Additionally, 2015 to 2021 were the seven warmest years on record, the report states, while sea-level rise also hit a new record.

Ocean heating continued as well, with the heat content in 2021 marking the highest on record. "It is expected that it will continue to warm in the future—a change which is irreversible on centennial to millennial timescales," the report warns.

"It is just a matter of time before we see another warmest year on record," said WMO Secretary-General Prof. Petteri Taalas. "Our climate is changing before our eyes."

"The heat trapped by human-induced greenhouse gases will warm the planet for many generations to come," Taalas continued. "Sea level rise, ocean heat, and acidification will continue for hundreds of years unless means to remove carbon from the atmosphere are invented."

He added that "some glaciers have reached the point of no return and this will have long-term repercussions in a world in which more than 2 billion people already experience water stress."

Despite investments made in disaster preparedness thus far, "much more needs to be done," said Taalas, "as we are seeing with the drought emergency unfolding in the Horn of Africa, the recent deadly flooding in South Africa, and the extreme heat in India and Pakistan."

To address the clear planetary crisis—and stressing that "we don't have a moment to lose"—Guterres said that dependence on fossil fuels must end.

He detailed five key actions to speed up a global transition to renewables.

First, renewable energy technology must be made "a global public good," which entails removing roadblocks such as intellectual property rights, he said.

Guterres also called for ensuring global access to renewable energy components and raw materials.

An additional step states must take is to "level the playing field" for renewables by eliminating systems that favor fossil fuels and instead fast-tracking approvals for green projects like solar and wind.

As a fourth step, the U.N. chief said that governments must eliminate fossil fuel subsidies.

Lastly, Guterres called for a tripling of private and public investments in renewable energy to reach $4 trillion annually. Financial institutions have a role to play, he said, directing them to "fully align their entire lending portfolios with the Paris Agreement, by 2024 at the latest," and "to end all high-emissions high pollution finance."

"If we act together," said Guterres, "the renewable energy transformation can be the peace project of the 21st century."

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