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On "child abuse" and "inhumanity" of gender "transitioning". The U.K.-based Christian organization Voice for Justice UK (VfJUK) explains the devastating effects which gender ideology and reassignmen…More
On "child abuse" and "inhumanity" of gender "transitioning". The U.K.-based Christian organization Voice for Justice UK (VfJUK) explains the devastating effects which gender ideology and reassignment treatment have on children: “Children need love, not lies,” states VfJUK in the new video warning of the “casual inhumanity” whereby, in promoting gender ideology and sex reassignment, children are treated “as subjects in a social experiment driven by ideology, not compassion.”

The organization reveals some lesser-known facts about gender reassignment, commenting on the “epidemic of psychosexual identity dysfunction” which exists today. Far from being properly helped, children suffering from “gender dysphoria” are being “exploited by activists, and told lies that they were born in the wrong body, encouraging them to deny their actual sex.”
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A big thank you to all involved in the (VfJUK) organisation! How dare the social engineers presume to know all that is required about the very young and their sexual development, Leave nature alone. To be sure, nurture will at times be less than appropriate in the formation of a child's identity but such aberrations soon re-adjust given parental love and guidance or even by caring extended …More
A big thank you to all involved in the (VfJUK) organisation! How dare the social engineers presume to know all that is required about the very young and their sexual development, Leave nature alone. To be sure, nurture will at times be less than appropriate in the formation of a child's identity but such aberrations soon re-adjust given parental love and guidance or even by caring extended family members, and even should such guidance not be available, time alone may well be the only requirement. In short, be absolutely certain that intervention will not result in a lifetime of psychological problems that surpass the initial concern(s).