De-transitioners speak out: “Protect children from medical experimentation, sterilization, and mutilation.”
House Bill 230 would shield medical professionals in DE from accountability for prescribing experimental and dangerous “gender transition” treatments for children around the country.
HB230 would allow the State of Delaware to take emergency jurisdiction of minors “unable to obtain” these treatments.
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Read the bill and see the bill sponsors here. Here are the highlights:
The sponsors of HB 230 claim that gender transition is necessary to prevent suicide. It is in fact quite the opposite.
Those who have experienced gender transition and are pleading with parents and anyone who will listen to stop gender experimentation on children. HEAR THEIR VOICES.
It is irresponsible to allow children, who are not yet fully developed cognitively, to make such a permanent decision for themselves.
Public/government schools as early as kindergarten and throughout the curricula, school libraries, supported and aggressively promoted by educators, social media algorithms, peers, media, retail, and entertainment – all saturate the minds of our children.
In Delaware, if a child is experiencing gender dysphoria, the only advice a licensed counselor is legally allowed to give is for helping the child transition. (Senate Bill 65, 2017)
Public school policy encourages teachers not to inform parents if their child identifies as the opposite sex. The school will use the child’s preferred name and pronouns.
Experimental drugs are given to children to halt the onset of puberty, which stunts the growth of genitalia. There are NO long term studies on these drugs and their effect on children who use them to transition.
Children are given the hormones of the opposite sex which make them into life long pharmaceutical users. These hormones can permanently harm an individual’s reproductive system, bone density, cause cancer, pulmonary issues, and numerous complications – thus making these individuals permanent pharmaceutical users.
The final step is the surgical removal or reconstruction of reproductive and sex organs. The after-effects of this are brutal and still being discovered.
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