Report says America is the WORST country on Earth for pushing transgender surgeries and hormones on children
· Jan 21, 2023 ·

America used to be a shining city on a hill. A beacon for freedom and human decency.

How far we have fallen in the last half-century.

A new report shows that The United States is the WORST country in the world when it comes to pushing LGBT ideology — and life-changing surgeries and hormones — on CHILDREN.

The United States is the most permissive country when it comes to pushing gender ideology and prescribing puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones to children, compared to nearly a dozen European countries that have implemented more strenuous barriers for youth seeking to obtain drugs and body-mutilating surgeries to look more like the opposite sex.

Do No Harm, which describes itself as "a diverse group of physicians, healthcare professionals, medical students, patients, and policymakers" determined to "protect healthcare from a radical, divisive, and discriminatory ideology," released research titled "Reassigned" Monday that explained, "extreme gender ideology drives the United States to provide transgender medical care to younger children, while Europe goes a safer and more scientific route."

Because we have tied trans-ing kids with civil rights, the United States is now leading the world in the transgender revolution. It is now hatred and bigotry to oppose transitioning minors. Children. Even though there is no moral or scientific reason to go along with this nonsense.

The report concluded that while the U.S. continues to defer to "gender-affirming care," which views the refusal to "affirm" a trans-identified youth's self-professed sexual identity as "harmful and unethical," European countries have begun to follow a different approach. The report attributes the embrace of so-called gender-affirming care in the U.S. to the fact that "the belief that biological sex and gender are socially constructed has made its way into American classrooms, courtrooms, bathrooms, and boardrooms."

"Gender-affirming care" is one of the biggest cons being pulled on Americans today. There is nothing good or compassionate about affirming children's delusions.

For example, the research found that while "some states restrict minors' access to sex reassignment surgery," double mastectomies have been "performed on [girls] as young as 12."

Sex reassignment surgeries include the removal of both testicles (orchiectomy), chopping off a penis (penectomy) in an attempt to create a vagina (vaginoplasty) — a procedure that leads to frequent infections — or the removal of tissue from a patient's arms or legs to create a fake penis (phalloplasty) that doesn't look natural, is flaccid and cannot function.

By contrast, more than half of the European countries examined in the research have set the minimum age for sex change surgeries at 18: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Luxembourg, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Iceland and Ireland have a minimum age of 16 for sex change surgeries. While Norway and the Netherlands permit trans-identified girls to have double mastectomies at 16, all other procedures are only available to adults.

There are states in this country that are more radical on trans surgery on kids than any other place on earth.

That's how insane The American Left has become.

The U.S. also has much looser age restrictions for prescribing cross-sex hormones than the European countries. As the report explains, cross-sex hormones are "administered to alter a person's secondary sex characteristics to better align with their gender identity."

The research identifies Oregon as the state with the lowest minimum age requirement for obtaining cross-sex hormones, which stands at 15. While France does not have official age restrictions on cross-sex hormones, anyone younger than 18 seeking such treatment must secure parental consent. Luxembourg also lacks guidance on the prescription of cross-sex hormones, as most people seeking them do so out of the country.

In all other European countries, trans-identified youth must be at least 16 to gain access to cross-sex hormones. In Belgium, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, 16-year-olds can obtain cross-sex hormones with or without parental consent. Finland enables 16-year-olds to access cross-sex hormones as long as they receive parental consent.

Most European countries studied have stricter requirements for prescribing puberty blockers than the U.S., where children as young as 8 have been able to take them. As stated in the report, puberty blockers "suppress the release of sex hormones so that gender-questioning youth do not sexually develop in a way that diverges from their gender identity."

Most U.S. states require minors to secure parental consent before taking puberty blockers. In terms of the laws on the books, Oregon is once again the most permissive state, allowing 15-year-olds to obtain puberty blockers.

Man, no wonder half of Oregon wants to join Idaho. I'd want to protect my kids from that Portland nonsense too.

You can read the story from the Christian Post or read the entire study here.

The United States is continuing to show that the protection of kids and preservation of innocence is at the very bottom of its priority list.

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