Media Matters has the transcript:
If you have a male brain versus a female brain in chess you have a competitive advantage. The data is clear. It’s not a patriarchy, it’s not some systemic sexism.
Chess is very similar, by the way, to why women do not get into coding. Some do, but most do not. Women don’t get into science, technology, engineering, and math. Because in some ways chess is an algorithm.
Now I’m going to say something that you shouldn’t – I’m going to say it, I’m just saying the – I’m going to connect all these dots together.
Women are notorious for still remembering the details of arguments that they had from years ago. You can see this difference, by the way, in how trans people, male-to-female, have a sex fetish.
Their idea of women is really sexualized, reflecting how men think, while female-to-male trans people are fleeing from sexuality in many cases. By the way, women tend to be more sensitive, compassionate, because it takes remarkable patience, compassion, emotion.
It’s a motherly type role and that’s why 80 to 90 percent of all kindergarten, first, and second grade teachers are women and it should be that way. That’s a beautiful thing. Let’s know our differences.
Chess is like war. It’s very similar. This is why I’ve said that women should not be in frontline combat roles in the military and the media hates it when I say that but it’s true.
Modern liberalism orders us to deny reality and pretend that women are just like men. Or even weirder, it asks us to pretend that they are defective men and they’re not.
They are different from men. Our differences are beautiful. We should celebrate them. We should not send women into the frontlines of a conflict nor should we send men into the frontlines of educating our preschoolers.
Let’s understand our differences and the denial of them creates moral chaos, panic, and confusion. We should not send men in to ruin women’s spaces. Our differences keep us free.