Democrats want to destroy the healthy bodies of children.
And they are targeting ever younger kids.
There’s a horrifying reason leftists removed the minimum ages for transgender surgeries.
Assistant Health Secretary Admiral Rachel Levine has announced that the Biden administration is working to “empower” children to get puberty blockers and sex change surgery.
Appearing on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” in July, Levine claimed that it was only politics which are causing people to fight against the left’s deranged attempt to make children transgender.
“They have more mental health issues, but there’s nothing inherent with being transgender or gender diverse which would predispose youth to depression or anxiety. It’s the harassment and bullying,” Levine said. “Now they are suffering politically motivated attacks through state actions against these vulnerable transgender youth. This is not based upon data. These actions are politically motivated.”
Democrats claim that it’s kindness to put children on puberty blockers which directly poison the pituitary and stops normal bodily development of children and leads to early osteoporosis and sexual dysfunction.
Democrats claim that it’s kindness to put children on cross-gender hormones which sterilizes them and means that they will never be able to have biological children of their own.
Democrats claim that it’s kindness to give teenage girls double mastectomies and most pediatric gender clinics will perform double mastectomy surgeries on 15-year-olds.
And even the slight protections that children had are being removed.
The World Professional Association for Transgender Health removed the minimum age recommendations for minors to receive medical interventions.
The reason that they removed the minimum age recommendations is to protect doctors, a new live-streamed session from WPATH’s annual conference on Sunday revealed.
“We were thinking, and it was scary for me, about the potential uses of the chapter for legal and insurance contexts,” said Amy Tishelman, who introduced herself as the lead author of the Child chapter in WPATH’s new guidelines. “What we didn’t want to do was create a chapter that would make it more likely that practitioners would be sued because they weren’t following exactly what we said.”
Tishelman previously held the position of the director of clinical research at the Gender Multispecialty Service (GeMS) program at Boston Children’s Hospital which welcomes “gender diverse” patients as young as three years old.
“We wanted there to be some clinician judgment without being at risk for being held in court for not sticking completely to these standards,” continued Tishelman. “So we did write them in a way I think so that there is leeway, that we recommend things, but we suggest that clinicians use their judgment about what to do in therapy situations and assessment situations so that they can use individualized clinical judgment and not face malpractice suits.”
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