When given permission by a judge to decide how he wanted to attend school, James Younger, the seven-year-old boy whose mother insisted that he attend school as a girl, has chosen to be who he is – a boy.
Although the media and many in the country’s medical associations are loathe to report it, a popular drug used to treat girls and boys suffering from gender dysphoria is not approved for this use and is linked to thousands of adverse reactions, including over 6,000 deaths.
A prestigious physicians group in the UK is adding their voice to rising concerns among the medical community about encouraging people to consider their gender as a social construct rather than as a biological reality.
A group of parents recently asked a board-certified physician to review I Am Jazz, the well-known book and TLC show about a boy who transitions to female. What the doctor discovered should concern every parent and educator.
Even though transgenderism is in vogue, medical experts say much of today’s fascination with gender change therapy for children is rooted in ideology rather than sound science.
Parents in America who don’t want their child to grow up confused about their bodies ought to avoid Planned Parenthood’s new guidelines concerning preschoolers and gender identity which promotes all of the junk science surrounding today’s gender identity movement.