I Hated Dresses as a Girl. Thank God My Parents Didn’t Deform and Sterilize Me for It

Growing up, I was a tomboy through and through. . .

It’s natural for children, especially young girls, to feel uncomfortable in their own skin. After all, young women around the globe are subject to hordes of propaganda telling them how they should look, vote, act, and think.

What’s not normal is to medicate, sterilize, or bind children who express even the slightest discomfort with their growing bodies or have an abhorrence to skirts. These “gender” experiments often lead to dangerous, permanent problems such as “sexual dysfunction, infertility, cardiac event, endometrial cancer,” and even transition regret. That hasn’t stopped a rise in harmful pediatric sex procedures that transfigure faces, chests, and even genitalia.

Most of the children enduring these reckless procedures are too young to drive, and all of them are deemed too underdeveloped by the government to drink alcohol, yet they are somehow eligible to be pumped with chemicals that alter their very being.

“The evidence underlying the practice of pediatric gender transition is widely recognized to be of very low quality” a recent article in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy noted, but that hasn’t stopped the promotion of it in society. As Abigail Shrier noted after White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said mutilating children is “a best practice and potentially lifesaving,” “America has essentially become an unlocked medicine cabinet for gender medicine seekers as young as 15.”

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