Welcome to the midweek edition of The Mark Steyn Show, which is also the International Pronouns Day edition. The US military is marking the occasion by making itself an even bigger global laughingstock. Mark discusses all that plus Margaret Atwood and her cis-handmaids, Colin Powell's record collection, and the growing belief in the male cervix. There's an elegy for England, a new episode of The Hundred Years Ago Show, an extended edition of Mark's Mailbox on the demographic death-spiral, and a recollection of an unlikely Number One hit..
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Steyn will be back here later with another episode of his current Tale for Our Time - Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Mark (as he mentioned on air) will be presenting another audio edition of our Clubland Q&A live around the planet. Unfortunately, he got the time wrong: it will be 2pm North American Eastern/6pm GMT/7pm British Summer Time.
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