Podcasts

Welcome to the Ruth Institute podcast page! This is one of my favorite places on the entire site! Here we've collected recordings of my speeches, interviews, and other programs for you to enjoy. Some of these podcasts are from live lecture halls, speeches or rallies. Others are from radio interviews. In all cases, you receive the benefit of the Ruth Institute knowledge and experience on all issues relating to the Sexual Revolution.

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#SaveJames

#SaveJames

(October 25, 2019) This Friday, we have some urgent action items for you with regards to a breaking case in Texas. James Younger, a 7-year-old boy, appears to be being forced to live as a girl by his non-biological mother. He is in danger of being chemically and possibly surgically transitioned in addition to being forced to wear dresses, a train of craziness that began when he watched "Frozen" and liked the character Elsa. We're making available hotlines to Governor Abbott, petitions, and generally raising awareness, which may have an effect on Judge Kim Cooks' handling of this case. More details in this special breaking news episode of The Dr J Show.

Governor Abbott's opinion hotline is (512) 463-1782 or gov.texas.gov/contact, to reach Texas governor Greg Abbott. The Judge handling this case is Democrat Kim Cooks of the 255th Family District Court. The hashtag for this issue is #SaveJames. Keep the heat on!

LifePetitions also has a SaveJames petition, currently with over 76,000 signatures: Support Dad and Texas Governor's bid to save 7-year-old boy from being turned into girl

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This is an audio podcast of our newest video project, The Dr J Show. Full video episode is available here.


Custody Dispute between Parents Who Disagree about Sexually Transitioning Their Son

(October 24, 2019) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're discussing the terrible case of James Younger, which involves issues surrounding transition of a minor, parental custody, divorce, and artificial reproductive technologies.

Dr J mentioned a segment of our new video podcast where she interviewed Brandon Showalter for a broad overview of the current transgender movement; that's available here.

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Trauma and the Best Ways to Help the Victims: Dr. Deborah Rodriguez interview

By now you know the drill: it's Friday, and this is an audio podcast of our weekly video broadcast of "The Dr J Show." This week's guest is Dr. Deborah Rodriguez, a pediatrician whose specialty is working with children and families who've experienced trauma, including survivors of abuse and human trafficking. She works with the Hopeful Hearts Ministry and the Maria Goretti Network, and she's a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect.

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Resources:


  • Hopeful Hearts Ministry, hopefulheartsministry.org (any survivor of any abuse)
  • Maria Goretti Network, mgoretti.org (peer support group with chapters in the US)
  • Adorned in Grace, adornedingracetacoma.com (ministry to prevention and restoration of human trafficking survivors and any survivor of trauma/abuse)
  • Mending the Soul, mendingthesoul.org (books, support groups, lots of educational material from a Christian perspective)
  • John Paul II Healing Center, jpiihealingcenter.org (resources, retreats, Catholic)

Reading Recommendations

Action Item: Buy the book Abuse of Trust. Read it! Give it to your pastor, school principal or anyone else involved in ministry. Give it a positive review on Amazon!

Follow the guidelines of trauma-informed ministry:

  • Realize that trauma/abuse exist and is very common
  • Recognize the signs of trauma
  • Respond in a trauma-informed way (using the VEEL approach)
  • Avoid re-traumatization
  • Consider setting up a trauma-informed church/school/family to create a safe place for survivors to begin to heal

 


A Survivor's Tale of Priestly Abuse: Allen Hébert Interview

So we're trying a new content stream--a news-y video program called "The Dr J Show." Dr J gets to meet a lot of experts in her line of work, and we'd like to introduce some of them to you. This is the audio of our third episode's interview with guest Allen Hébert. In his book Abuse of Trust, Allen shares stories of sexual abuse victims' experiences, hope, and healing, including his own abuse at the hands of his parish priest.

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For the video of "The Dr J Show," check out our website or YouTube.com/RuthInstitute. Tune in every Friday for a new episode.


What Have We Wrought?

(July 16, 2019) Dr J is once again Kathleen Benfield's guest on "The Current Word," a radio project of the American Family Association of New Orleans. Today they're discussing the Guidry case out of Lafayette and the American Psychological Association's new stance on consensual non-monogamy.

Some of the topics discussed in this episode are not suitable for young ears.

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Entitlement Sex

(July 15, 2019) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on "Issues, Etc." Their topic today is "entitlement sex"--what Jeffrey Epstein, Harvey Weinstein, Theodore McCarrick, and other predators all have in common.

Dr J's companion article over at the National Catholic Register:
What DO Jeffrey Epstein, Harvey Weinstein, and Theodore McCarrick Have in Common?

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Not the Sperm You Thought You Had...

(July 2, 2019) Dr J is Father Rob Jack's guest on Sacred Heart Radio's "Driving Home the Faith." They're discussing the ethics of sperm donation & the lack of transparency generally in the fertility industry, specifically in light of the recent Canadian case where a doctor lost his license after impregnating his patients with his own sperm without their knowledge or consent.

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Scapegoating McCarrick

(June 19, 2019) Fr. Paul Sullins is Michael Voris' guest on "The Vortex." They're discussing clerical sexual abuse, the scapegoating of disgraced former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, homosexual subculture within Catholic seminaries, and the two Sullins reports on the data so far.

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Gay Clergy Correlation: Sullins report

(June 18, 2019) Fr. Paul Sullins is a guest on Church Militant's "The Download." They're discussing clerical sexual abuse, homosexual subculture within Catholic seminaries, and the two Sullins reports ( Clerical Sexual Abuse and Receding Waves) on the data so far.

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The Sullins Reports on Driving Home the Faith

(June 13, 2019) Fr. Paul Sullins is Fr. Rob Jack's guest on Driving Home the Faith. They're discussing Receding Waves, the follow-up to the Sullins report on the homosexual abuse scandals that rocked the Catholic Church last summer.

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