Transgender Politics

Alabama bars male trans-identified athletes from girls' sports amid nationwide push

"Alabama is also among the states presently considering banning the experimental medicalized gender-transitioning of minors, such as prescribing puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones and performing cosmetic gender surgeries." - C.Post

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Evidence for puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones as effective treatment ‘very low': NHS England

"There is little evidence to show that prescribing puberty-suppressing drugs to children and adolescents suffering from gender dysphoria is beneficial in any way, according to a review by the NHS' National Institute for Health and Care Excellence." - C.Post

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Arkansas governor vetoes protections for minors

"Why did he do it? He said he would have signed the bill if it prohibited only transgender surgery on minors, but it went too far to interfere with the relationship between physicians and parents. He also did not like that it would not have made exceptions for children already receiving hormone treatments." - WORLD

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6th Circuit sides with Christian prof. who refused to call trans student by preferred pronoun

"A three-judge federal appeals court panel has ruled in favor of an evangelical professor who was punished by Shawnee State University in Ohio for refusing to address a transgender student by the preferred pronoun." - C.Post

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Canadian father who objected to daughter taking testosterone for sex change denied release from jail

"A five-day trial for Hoogland on a similar but separate contempt of court charge is scheduled to begin on April 12. During that trial, Hoogland is expected to be allowed to share his side of the story unrestrained by orders restricting his freedom of speech, according to sources." - C.Post

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Another day in court for Jack Phillips

"Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips went one-for-two in court on Thursday. A Colorado court dismissed one claim brought by a transgender customer who sued Phillips after he declined to design a cake that celebrated the customer’s gender identity. But the court also refused to dismiss another of the customer’s claims." - WORLD

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