Transgender Politics

A dangerous craze: Parents and experts speak up about transgenderism’s effect on children

"A billboard at a prominent Los Angeles intersection states, 'Your child is learning about gender identity in school. Puberty is not a medical condition.' It encourages parents to read Abigail Shrier’s recent book, Irreversible Damage: How the Transgender Craze is Seducing Our Daughters." - WORLD

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Doctors stand up to gender transition surgeries

"Van Mol .... said more and more people on both sides of the political divide—and even many transgender adults—are beginning to agree that, at the very least, minors shouldn’t get sex-reassignment treatments. He and his colleagues hope this correction will cause 'all involved—providers, hospitals, and insurance companies—to take a good, hard second look and understand that this should not be happening.'" - WORLD

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Psychiatry journal issues major correction to study on trans surgeries effect on mental health

"The authors posted a correction in the journal Saturday, stating that their data 'demonstrated no advantage of surgery in relation to subsequent mood or anxiety disorder-related health care visits or prescriptions or hospitalizations following suicide attempts.'" - CPost

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'Predictable': Supreme Court transgender decision leads to religious liberty legal battle

"A transgender man last week filed a lawsuit against a Catholic-run hospital in Maryland, citing in his complaint June's landmark Supreme Court decision on transgender rights, fulfilling conservative fears that the ruling would usher in a legal war." - W. Examiner

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New Netflix Show Features 9-Year-Old Transgender Character

"The child was born male and named Joseph. At just 5 years old, the young Texas native’s parents insisted their child was actually a transgender girl and should be allowed to use the girls’ bathroom. Joseph now identifies as a female and goes by the name Kai Shappley." - FaithWire

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Religious colleges fear Supreme Court transgender decision will endanger single-sex dorms and women's sports

"This week's Supreme Court decision intended to protect gay and transgender people from workplace discrimination could infringe upon the exercise of faith, a group of religious colleges has warned." - W.Examiner

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