by Caroline ffiske, The Conservative Woman:
RECENTLY, when I spotted a little book teaching toddlers they can choose their gender, I felt that the trans movement had become unstoppable.
Much of the damage it’s going to do will hurt people who make irreversible decisions when they are young, permanently damaging their health. Their families will share their pain. I will be for ever haunted by this mother’s testimony: ‘My once beautiful daughter is now nineteen years old, homeless, bearded, in extreme poverty, sterilized, not receiving mental health services, extremely mentally ill, and planning a radial forearm phalloplasty (a surgical procedure that removes part of her arm to construct a fake penis).’ Words to break your heart but also to make you angry.
Well, I have come across some good news from Australia. The Government is taking the issue seriously. According to an article in The Australian, Greg Hunt, the Health Minister, has asked the Royal Australasian College of Physicians to ‘urgently consider and advise on the clinical best practice for the treatment of gender dysphoria (distress about biological sex) in children and adolescents‘.
When will our government follow suit? The Government Equalities Office keeps promising a review. We continue to wait.
But back to the article in The Australian. It is an excellent summary of the trans issue.
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