“No” To Tattoos But “Yes” To A Double Mastectomy?
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), (which traditionally covers children 16 and under) has recently come out with a report that urges pediatricians to caution teenagers about getting tattoos, because tattoos are essentially permanent and can cause scarring.
But the same AAP (that warns about tattoos) is 110% in support of 16 year-old girls getting a double mastectomy, even without parental consent, so long as the girl insists she is a man and has been taking testosterone daily for one year.
The FDA asks questions like:
1. Should I be concerned about unsafe practices, or the tattoo ink itself? The answer given is, Yes, both.
2. What is in tattoo ink? The answer is that some inks contain pigments used in printer toner or in car paint.
3. What kinds of reactions may happen after getting tattoos? The concern after tattoos is a rash or a fever or an infection needing antibiotics.
4. And because the inks are permanent, reactions may persist.
Bypassing psychotherapy for transgender people (in favor of hormone therapy and sex reassignment) may be politically correct, but it shows a reckless disregard for human lives.
So, if I told the pediatrician my child identified as a deaf or blind person and wanted their ears or eyes removed they would look at me like I’m crazy.
Yet they will remove/disfigure genitalia as if it were normal! This evil is unimaginable, it’s like something out of a horror movie!
Let’s be clear. To indoctrinate children from PRESCHOOL forward with the lie that they could be trapped in the wrong body, disrupts the very foundation of a child’s reality testing. If a child can’t trust the reality of their physical bodies, who or what can they trust?
[Then there’s the ongoing battle in the D/FW area between a father and his ex-wife (the ex-wife happens to be a pediatrician). The wife had been PUSHING for hormone therapy for their son because she says she noticed his interest in girl toys when he was a toddler) . . . This young boy is about 8. He has an identical twin brother. When in their father’s care they share in all kinds of activities that boys love – fishing, hiking, camping, with their dad. This boy is MADE TO WEAR GIRL’S CLOTHING TO HIS SCHOOL, PER COURT ORDER, initiated by his mother & her team of child psychiatrists, lawyers, etc. He goes along with it because he says it seems to make his mom happy. But as soon as he is at his dad’s house he gets to be all-boy alongside his brother. Very tragic. The Dad is fighting an uphill battle against the court, his wife’s deep pockets and CPS, He is a believer and has an army of prayer warriors behind him and many giving financial help to his efforts to save his son. So far, no hormone therapy has begun to my knowledge. “Save James” is the name of the Facebook group.]
What about the Suicides?
Let’s connect the dots. Transgender people report attempting suicide at a staggering rate—above 40%. According to Suicide.org, 90% of all suicides are the result of untreated mental disorders. Over 60% (and possibly up to 90% as shown at Case Western) of transgender people have comorbid psychiatric disorders, which often go wholly untreated.
Could treating the underlying psychiatric disorders prevent transgender suicides? I think the answer is a resounding “yes.”
Walt Heyer writes about his own story of a grandmother who delighted only in him as a girl!
He expresses deep concern for the transgender men and women who attempt suicide, who prefer to stay hidden, who are contemplating suicide, whose lives are torn apart and who want to go back to their birth gender.
And Corey Lynn, an investigative journalist, has done a report on this topic with historical perspective and the involvement of Planned Parenthood.
If you want to go deeper, it’s an eye opener. Parents are being decieved! Esp. from 24:45 on.
The evidence is staring us in the face. Tragically high numbers of transgender people attempt suicide. Suicide is the result of untreated mental disorders. A majority of transgender people suffer from untreated comorbid disorders—yet against all reason, laws are being enacted to prevent their treatment.
Now, in all kinds of ways, parents are prevented from fighting this plague in defense of their own children. Political correctness silences some for fear of being marginalized or considered out of step.
Ultimately, parents must be recognized as the primary protectors of their children’s well-being, not activist groups, school districts or the media. Even those of us who teach our kids at home or send them to private schools, should be fighting misinformation and bad laws like these.
“I had a double mastectomy almost a year ago because of breast cancer. I can assure you there is not a young girl alive that is prepared for the pain and scarring that comes with this surgery! It is also debilitating. Not just pain, but after the recovery time it can continue to cause shoulder and chest pain, even decreasing some fine motor abilities.” ~S.G.
In the end, it could be a matter of self-preservation. In a country where parents have more say over tonsillectomies and tattoos than gender transitions, it’s unlikely the right to opt our kids out will last long.
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