If you thought the transgender craze was going away, take a look at what the most prominent research university in the country is offering through its health coverage
· Jul 9, 2022 · NottheBee.com

It can definitely be tempting for us to shake our heads at the total madness of transgender ideology and say, "Well, it's awful, but it will most assuredly exhaust itself and be done soon."

Transgender ideology will most definitely fail one day—that seems obvious—but I'm not so sure about the "soon" part:

The university is not kidding around:

Beginning today, Johns Hopkins health insurance plans will be updated and aligned enterprisewide to cover an expanded range of gender-affirming care for all users of these plans. All the plans—most of which previously offered coverage for gender-affirming surgeries in addition to hormone therapy—will extend coverage to include additional gender-affirming care procedures, namely voice therapy and facial reconstructive procedures. Hopkins will also close coverage gaps and align all enterprisewide plans to offer the same levels of coverage. ...

These changes come alongside other recent initiatives to better serve the LGBTQ+ community at Johns Hopkins. Hopkins has implemented IT solutions across both the university and the health system to allow for the use of chosen names and pronouns across many of the systems, including on ID badges and diplomas. Among the changes, where previously the Student Information System (SIS) would display both the student's chosen name and legal name, changes to SIS mean that for both students and faculty, chosen name is the only name that will display.

What can you say at this point about the ruinous, relentless zeitgeist of transgender ideology?

Let's hope I'm wrong and this craze subsides sooner than at least I think it will.

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