New York Times Op-Ed Promotes Use Of Hormones On Children Who Believe They’re Transgender

The left is absolutely determined to normalize transgenderism among children. Many people on the right and even the left have said that indulging children in this is a form of child abuse.

The New York Times doesn’t seem to care about that. They are pushing this agenda and even published an op-ed this weekend which condones giving children hormones.

This is stunning:

Hannah Is a Girl. Doctors Finally Treat Her Like One.

Hannah is a 14-year-old girl, clad in leggings and an oversize T-shirt, with long brown hair that she curls around a finger. She was also born a boy.

The government can’t seem to decide whether it should affirm children like Hannah. President Trump jumped from supporting workplace protections for transgender people to ending supportive policies for transgender students in public schools. The Supreme Court waffled on whether or not these kids can use the bathrooms of their identified genders, sending the question back to the Fourth Circuit. Last month, North Carolina repealed a law that forced transgender people to use the bathroom corresponding with the gender on their birth certificates, while strangely prohibiting schools from adopting policies that would let transgender students use the bathroom of their choice.

Politicians could learn something from the doctors who treat these patients. Over the past few years, it has become clear that if we support these children in their transgender identities instead of trying to change them, they thrive instead of struggling with anxiety and depression.

Hannah is using a puberty-blocking implant and getting ready to embark on the path of developing a female body by starting estrogen.

Children can’t vote or drive a car but progressives want them to be able to change their sex before their bodies have even matured. This is wrong. Plain and simple.

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