Pediatricians Drop Bombshell About Transgender Children: “No Scientific Basis”

August 17, 2016Aug 17, 2016

Obama and his administration have spent the 2nd half of his 2nd term forcing an open bathroom and pro-transgender policy on the country. He has aggressively pushed for schools across the country to open their bathrooms for use by members of the opposite sex. 

The misguided overstep by the president puts young girls at risk by removing all measures to keep them safe while using the bathroom or changing their clothes. Liberals and progressives believe that young children should be able to choose what gender they want to be and to receive hormone treatments and surgeries that pertain to the gender they identify with.

In the face of this transgender agenda being willingly pushed onto children, the American College of Pediatricians has released a report that reveals just how damaging transgenderism is to children. According to the Christian Post, the ACA believes that there is “no scientific basis” for people to believe they actually a different gender from what they were born as, especially children who have not had time to develop.

“The treatment of GD (gender dysphoria) in childhood with hormones effectively amounts to mass experimentation on and sterilization of youth who are cognitively incapable of providing informed consent,” Dr. Michelle Cretella said in her report. “There is a serious ethical problem with allowing irreversible, life-changing procedures to be performed on minors who are too young to give valid consent themselves.”

The group of pediatricians urges that reality, morality and common sense prevail in the fight for our children. “Ethics alone demands an end to the use of pubertal suppression with GnRH agonists, cross-sex hormones, and sex reassignment surgeries in children and adolescents,” the report strongly recommends. “The college recommends an immediate cessation of these interventions, as well as an end to promoting gender ideology via school curricula and legislative policies. Healthcare, school curricula and legislative policies must remain anchored to physical reality.”