The New York Times refused to cover this story of two top trans doctors who are sounding the alarm on how the industry is harming kids

Oct 5th

This is your daily reminder that the modern gender movement is child abuse and that our mainstream media is literal trash.

Here's the scoop: Two top doctors who perform "sex changes" on individuals are warning about how the industry is providing "sloppy" and negligent care to children.

Actual journalist Abigail Shrier wrote the story, pointing out how Hollywood and our government elites have set the new orthodoxy on how we are to talk about transgender issues, and how to punish those who don't agree.

But that new orthodoxy has gone too far, according to two of the most prominent providers in the field of transgender medicine: Dr. Marci Bowers, a world-renowned vaginoplasty specialist who operated on reality-television star Jazz Jennings; and Erica Anderson, a clinical psychologist at the University of California San Francisco's Child and Adolescent Gender Clinic.

In the course of their careers, both have seen thousands of patients. Both are board members of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), the organization that sets the standards worldwide for transgender medical care. And both are transgender women.

Obviously, these people are neo-fascist white supremacists who want to kill transgender people of color.

I mean, c'mon: We're supposed to trust these women because they are leading medical experts in transgender surgery and mental care???

I would encourage you to read the entirety of this long-but-excellent article, but let's dive into a few passages from Shrier:

When I asked Bowers if she still thought puberty blockers were a good idea, from a surgical perspective, she said: "This is typical of medicine. We zig and then we zag, and I think maybe we zigged a little too far to the left in some cases." She added "I think there was naivete on the part of pediatric endocrinologists who were proponents of early [puberty] blockade thinking that just this magic can happen, that surgeons can do anything."

I think it's clear that Bowers is going to be destroyed for having this expert medical opinion.

Shrier went on to catalogue the painful journey of celebrity trans individual, Jazz Jennings, a boy who now lives as a woman after extensive hormone injections and surgeries.

She then talked about the gory process of removing a child's genitals and creating new genitals using stomach and colon tissue (that's all you should have to read to know this is such a wrong and gross idea), and how this leaves them scarred, underdeveloped, and often sexually dysfunctional – with little ability to feel pleasure – similar to the practice of female genital mutilation around the world.

Few, if any, other doctors acknowledge as much. The Mayo Clinic, for instance, does not note that permanent sexual dysfunction may be among puberty blockers' risks. St. Louis Children's Hospital doesn't mention it, either. Oregon Health & Science University Children's Hospital and University of California at San Francisco don't. Nor was there any mention of sexual dysfunction in a recent New York Times story, "What Are Puberty Blockers?"

Jack Turban, the chief fellow in child and adolescent psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine, wrote, in 2018: "The only significant side effect is that the adolescent may fall behind on bone density."

But lack of bone density is often just the start of the problem. Patients who take puberty blockers almost invariably wind up taking cross-sex hormones — and this combination tends to leave patients infertile and, as Bowers made clear, sexually dysfunctional.

Shrier, who is most well known for her book that tracks the rise of "rapid onset gender dysphoria" (ROGD) in teenage girls, touched base on that trend as well:

A recent survey by the American College Health Association showed that, in 2008, one in 2,000 female undergraduates identified as transgender. By 2021, that figure had jumped to one in 20.

While both Anderson and Bowers pointed out that "ROGD" has yet to be accepted as a diagnosis, Anderson said: "At our clinic at UCSF, for two years now running, we're running two to one natal females to natal males." Two to one.

Here's what the other medical expert, Erica Anderson, had to say:

Anderson agreed that we're likely to see more regret among this teenage-girl population. "It is my considered opinion that due to some of the — let's see, how to say it? what word to choose? — due to some of the, I'll call it just ‘sloppy,' sloppy healthcare work, that we're going to have more young adults who will regret having gone through this process. And that is going to earn me a lot of criticism from some colleagues, but given what I see — and I'm sorry, but it's my actual experience as a psychologist treating gender variant youth — I'm worried that decisions will be made that will later be regretted by those making them."

What, exactly, was sloppy about the healthcare work? "Rushing people through the medicalization, as you and others have cautioned, and failure — abject failure — to evaluate the mental health of someone historically in current time, and to prepare them for making such a life-changing decision," Anderson said.

The effects of this, of course, can been seen in the testimonies of all the young women who are trying to "detransition," but we're not supposed to talk about them because they have denied the woke faith.

Speaking of the highest caste of woke priests, you knew Planned Parenthood was going to make an appearance, right?

I asked Bowers about the rise of detransitioners, young women who have come to regret transitioning. Many said they were given a course of testosterone on their first visit to a clinic like Planned Parenthood. "​When you have a female-assigned person and she's feeling dysphoric, or somebody decides that she's dysphoric and says your eating disorders are not really eating disorders, this is actually gender dysphoria, and then they see you for one visit, and then they recommend testosterone — red flag!" Bowers said. "Wake up here."

You may have heard this stuff before.

But a lot of people haven't.

Most people just go along with the song and dance that everything is hunky dory in rainbow land.

A big reason for that is mainstream media outlets like the New York Times now exist almost exclusively to preach the new woke religion:

Earlier this month, Anderson told me she submitted a co-authored op-ed to The New York Times warning that many transgender healthcare providers were treating kids recklessly. The Times passed, explaining it was "outside our coverage priorities right now."

Like I said at the beginning, literal trash.


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