Over the past year, senior medical professionals have come forward to express their concerns that an over-readiness to recognise young people as transgender could be leading to vulnerable children — …More
Over the past year, senior medical professionals have come forward to express their concerns that an over-readiness to recognise young people as transgender could be leading to vulnerable children — and in particular young girls — being wrongly referred for life-changing treatments. They worry that clinicians are wrongly interpreting signs of complex conditions, such as depression and autism, as evidence that a child could be transgender.
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What approach should schools take with children who have gender dysphoria?
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Politicized medical practitioners deliberately promoting a transsexual agenda to the young and easily impressionable. This is our culture's future. Depressing thought, particularly for parents.