Big news in Florida this week as the state's medical licensing board moves to ban bodily mutilation of transgender-identifying children:
After five hours of tense testimony and protests, the Florida Board of Medicine voted Friday to start drafting a rule that would bar all minors in the state from receiving puberty blockers, hormone therapy or surgeries as treatment for gender dysphoria.
Florida's medical board is the first in the country to pursue such a rule, but Florida is among a wave of states where officials have attempted to restrict [transgender procedures for] minors.
Good on Florida.
And when you see the testimony of Chloe Cole, the formerly transgender-identified young woman who has turned into a harsh critic of gender ideology, you'll understand why the board voted the way it did: