What’s changed in the last five years is the explosion in the number of children and adolescents diagnosed with gender dysphoria and the lack of help for them.
Oregon now allows adverse gender surgery outcomes to go largely untracked, restricts health workers’ right to advise patients about the risks, and strips custody from parents who object to transgender experimentation on their children.
Please do not be more alarmed at my description of what is happening than you are at the fact that it’s happening to children, in our country, while progressives market it as ‘life-affirming care.’
Transgender advocates are manipulating medical definitions to get a diagnosis without the ‘stigma’ of having a ‘mental disorder.’
Given the undeniable medical and psychological risks of administering opposite-sex hormones, the physicians question how any child, adolescent, or parent can give truly informed consent.
The church has a responsibility to be a place of restoration and redemption. Calling out ‘Bruce Jenner’ on the church marquee was a misguided idea.
As much as transgender ideologues disguised as doctors want to claim otherwise, some drugs pose serious and lasting risks to children.
In a New York Times op-ed, transgender person Andrea Long Chu demands that doctors cede their ethical purview entirely to the desires of transgender patients.
The more this information comes out, the more the public can understand what’s really going on with the debate over treatment for gender dysphoria.
In the nation’s most progressive state, you only need to be 12 years old to privately seek and consent to treatment for gender transitioning.
Thirty-three of these girls were under 18 at the time of surgeries a taxpayer-funded researcher is studying to validate transgenderism. Two were only 13 years old, and five were only 14.
The auditorium screen set the tone: ‘If you judge people, then you have no time to love them.’ The slogan implied that only heartless faultfinders would be skeptical of transgender dogma.
At National Review Online, gay columnist J.J. McCullough makes some sweeping generalizations about what conservatives think about transgenderism that are worth questioning.
The Ohio case is not a ‘slam dunk’ validation of adolescent transgender transition, or self-styled gender experts.
Danica Roem was not the only trans person ushered into office on Tuesday. Minneapolis elected two openly transgender people to city council, Andrea Jenkins and Phillipe Cunningham.
‘I seem to be either a de-sexed monstrosity, or I’m a damaged, mutilated male. I’ve been alone a long time. I’ve been forced into celibacy. I yearn for mere conversation and cuddling.’
All expressed they were convinced by trans activists that transition was the answer and now they live with the negative consequences of that decision.
Sex-change studies base their conclusions on as few as 10 percent of study subjects. The truth is, many people who follow Caitlyn Jenner’s path will deeply regret it.
It is sadistic to use the public school system, which holds a captive audience, to engage in a social gender identity experiment with the nation’s young people.
Political correctness about human sexuality is fostering horror stories for some of the nation’s most vulnerable children and their families. A new report attempts to clear that away to present the science.
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