A major transgender advocacy organization is using a horrifying child pornography fetish group to help write its standards of care for physicians
· May 18, 2022 · NottheBee.com

We don't enjoy writing articles like this and we know that you do not enjoy reading them. These are, unfortunately, very difficult times, during which decent and good-thinking people are called upon to learn about horrors and evils beyond comprehension so that we may more effectively fight against them and destroy them.

[Warning: Disturbing Material Ahead]

You may be aware of the Minneapolis-based group World Professional Association for Transgender Health, which publishes its "Standards of Care for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender Nonconforming People." That's a document that countless physicians use to guide their treatment of transgender-identified individuals.

The WPATH's Standards of Care is currently undergoing its 7th revision, with a draft version of the 8th edition of the SOC having recently been released. And one of the sources the group uses to guide that draft is nothing short of horrifying:

The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), the international medical association which sets guidelines for the medical ‘transitioning' of children, has been collaborating with participants of a fetish forum that hosts and produces fictional child pornography and extreme sadomasochistic content.

Whether or not WPATH has been "collaborating" with individuals in this context is unclear. But the description of the group it's using to help write part of its care is accurate:

On December 3, 2021, WPATH released draft guidelines which included, for the first time, the category of ‘eunuch' as a protected "gender identity." WPATH's updated 8th edition of their Standards of Care (SOC), which recommends medical treatment and services for those with a self-declared ‘gender identity,' describes the relationship between "eunuch-identified people and other transgender people." ...

[The document claims] that "eunuch-identified people may suffer the same minority stress as other stigmatized groups," and refers extensively to research collected from a hardcore fetish site called the Eunuch Archives — a site that features child sexual exploitation fantasies centered around stopping little boys from going through puberty.

This is not a lie:

In WPATH's draft Standards of Care, the Eunuch Archive's ‘Fiction Archive' is directly acknowledged and named. But the document does not mention the large amount of stories within the archive that directly involve the sadistic sexual abuse of children.

The stories primarily focus on the eroticization of child castration. In some, little boys request the procedures themselves and express gratitude to the adults who perform the operations. In others, children may be forcibly castrated under extreme duress. Some narratives contain violent sexualized depictions of children with stunted puberty being raped by doctors, written in sickening detail.

We will not be linking to any of those stories, obviously, though rest assured they are real and abjectly revolting and evil.

We know these terrible websites and groups of people exist. Of course they do; that's nothing new.

What's slightly more shocking is that an organization as widely respected and cited as WPATH would feel comfortable citing such a group, or feel that such a group was in line, in any way, with its own policies and proposals.

If a major transgender advocacy group feels comfortable citing a community of child pornography and castration fetishists as an influence on its "standards of care," what does that say about the group itself? What does it say about their ultimate aims and ambitions?

I'd like some answers, please.

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