Remember the good ol’ days when the baby came out of the womb you looked down and could announce, “you have a baby boy” or “You’ve got a girl.” Well, it turns out you have to wait a while before you announce. In fact you might have to wait a long while. You have to wait until they decide what they are and just in case they’re undecided you can now put children on pills to block puberty until they make up their mind.
The Telegraph reports:
Children as young as 12 are to be allowed drugs to block puberty while they decide whether to have a sex change, it has been revealed.
The monthly injection suspends the onset of adulthood so that young people confused about their gender can be sure of any decision before they take on too many masculine or feminine features.
Supporters say that the “window” prevents a great deal of mental and physical anguish caused by the maturing of sex organs, facial hair growth and changes in the voice.
But critics argue it only prolongs the agony and can prevent people “growing out” of any feelings of confusion.
The treatment can be prescribed for people diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder (GID) – a rare psychiatric condition where a person is born one sex, but feels they are the other.
One of the main effects of the drugs is to stunt the development of sexual organs so less surgery will be required if someone chooses to permanently change their gender at a later date.
And just in case you’re reading this and rolling your eyes at those wacky Europeans, before this passed, parents had to take their children to America for this kind of stuff.
On top of this gay and trans-gender people are suing cities to have their birth certificates changed to reflect the changes they’ve made to themselves via surgery which makes absolutely no sense at all to me.
I’ll echo Van Helsing’s words from Moonbattery: “When you combine liberal social engineering with science, the result is horror.”