Report: Seattle public schools offers students on-campus hormone injections and genital surgery referrals at "no cost"
· Jul 18, 2023 ·

At least two public school in Seattle, Washington, offer free, on-campus "gender-affirming care" to students at Meany Middle School and Nova High School.

Please note the quotation marks around "gender-affirming care."

It is exactly the opposite of what those words actually mean. A more appropriate name would be gender-obliterating or delusion-affirming abuse.

"The Nova Wellness Center (NWC) offers no cost comprehensive, trauma-informed, and gender affirming care, conveniently at the school," NWC's website states on its "About" page, which features an LGBT-rainbow flag in the heading.

"The Nova Wellness Center is operated by Country Doctor Community Health Centers (CDCHC), a local non-profit, which also runs two primary care clinics: Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center in the Central Area, and Country Doctor Community Clinic in Capitol Hill."

NWC offers "gender affirming care," "reproductive health" (a.k.a. abortion, i.e. baby-murder), and vaccines among other medical and counseling services.

The schools are giving kids "estrogen, androgen blockers, testosterone," referrals for "vaginoplasty, chest reconstruction," and letters of support to help justify medical procedures. They lament that they "do not provide puberty blockers at this time."

The sign-up form states students can request procedures without parental consent if they are "old enough to consent," including "abortion services" at "any age."

District staff are also ordered to "not disclose a student's transgender or gender X status to others unless (1) legally required to do so or (2) the student has authorized disclosure," Seattle Public Schools' policy document states.

"It's unclear whether the schools inform parents if their children are seeking 'gender-affirming care' at the school-based clinics," Christian Post reports.

Activist group Parents Defending Education provides a list of 1021 school districts (17,904 schools, 10,408,489 students) that "openly state that district personnel can or should keep a student's transgender status hidden from parents."

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