Planned Parenthood releases ad pushing puberty blockers aimed at children, and I’m starting to think this looks a lot like eugenics.
· · Oct 5, 2022 ·

After Planned Parenthood lost the ability to kill children in the womb in several states with the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, they needed a way to make up some of that income.

Here's their new ad hocking puberty blockers, which kids can pick up at their local "clinic;" all government funded I'm sure.

I guess if they can't kill children, they'll settle for scarring and sterilizing them.

Now, the Left will scream that puberty blockers don't sterilize children.

The Lancet says there's "no substantiated evidence" that puberty blockers cause sterilization, and they link to a meta-study by an international consortium as evidence.

Of course, if they read the study, they would know that quote only applies to cases of precocious puberty, in which a child might start puberty as early as two years old, which has quite a bit of health risk.

Pushing puberty back in those instances to start at a normal time of development resulted in normal fertility rates in most cases.

In regards to starting puberty blockers at a normal time of development for puberty onset because of transgender therapy, the same study says, and I quote:

GnRHa therapy prevents maturation of primary oocytes and spermatogonia and may preclude gamete maturation, and currently there are no proven methods to preserve fertility in early pubertal transgender adolescents.

In other words, sterilization.

Of course, the left also says that getting these treatments reduces suicide and saves lives, but the drug company literature lists increased depression and thoughts of suicide as common side effects of the drugs.

In fact the data are pretty clear that youth suicide rates increased dramatically in states where minors have unfettered access to cross-sex treatments.

Less than 10 years ago, these were all things doctors and researchers were seriously talking about. Now, all of that is getting pushed under the rug in favor of making sterilization not just the medical go to, but also the law in most states.

It's not the first time in our nation's history that we have resorted to sterilization to control mental illness though.

In Buck v. Bell (1927), the Supreme Court ruled that a young Carrie Buck was "feebleminded" and that the state of Virginia could forcibly sterilize her.

The eugenics-driven decision resulted in the immediate forced sterilization of over 70,000 mentally ill people in the country. By the 1970s, 100,000-150,000 "feeble-minded" people were sterilized annually under federally-funded programs.

Now, we're doing the same thing in some weird neo-eugenic revival. Is it any wonder that eugenics leader Margaret Sanger's organization Planned Parenthood is leading the charge?

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