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11/30/2019 / By Ethan Huff
There’s a new phenomenon taking place known as “top surgery” that involves biological females slicing off their breasts in order to become “guys.” And a quick GoFundMe search shows that more than 26,000 aspiring “transgenders” are right this moment begging their friends and family members for cash to get top surgery and finish off their “transitions,” even as GoFundMe continues to ban all vaccine skepticism fundraisers from its platform.
In other words, raising money to mutilate, remove, or otherwise irreversibly destroy your genitalia, even as an underage child, is perfectly fine with GoFundMe. But trying to collect funds to help warn others about the potential dangers of vaccination will get you banned from GoFundMe for violating its “terms of service.”
Even though it’s a proven fact that transgender surgery does not make transgenders happy in the vast majority of cases, GoFundMe apparently sees nothing wrong with promoting this dastardly practice as if it’s just another “expression” of LGBTQP pride. Meanwhile, it’s now a crime to even post a vaccine package insert online because Big Tech says this represents “vaccine misinformation.”
“The concept of changing one’s biological sex is, of course, nonsense, as sex is determined by unalterable chromosomes,” notes writer and attorney Jane Robbin, writing for the Witherspoon Institute’s Public Discourse publication. “An individual can change his hormone levels and undergo surgery to better imitate the opposite sex, but a male on the day of his conception will remain a male on the day of his death.”
“… the idea that there is a real personal trait called ‘gender’ that challenges or invalidates the identity significance of biological sex is equally fallacious. But the absence of genuine evidence is simply ignored, and faux ‘evidence’ is created to validate the mania.”
But does GoFundMe care about any of this? Of course not. This typical tech giant has capitulated to the LGBTQP mafia and its demand that all elective surgeries and hormone treatments be fully embraced for all so-called transgender people, including children with ‘gender dysphoria,’ otherwise you’re a “bigot” who needs to have your First Amendment rights annulled on the internet.
Keep in mind that “top surgery” isn’t cheap. According to reports, it can cost upwards of $10,000 per chest, which is why thousands of young girls without jobs or careers are trying to get other people with money to pay for it for them – and GoFundMe’s “tolerance” and “love” is allowing them to do this, even when it has the very strong potential to ruin these young girls’ lives forever.
GoFundMe also doesn’t seem to care that surgery centers like the International Center for Transgender Care (ICTC) at the American Institute for Plastic Surgery in Dallas, Texas, are openly lying about the “benefits” of transgender girls getting double mastectomies in order to appear more “masculine.”
On its website, ICTC claims that girls and women who lob off their breasts with “pride” will experience “greater congruence between their outside appearance and experienced gender.” ICTC also claims that chopping off one’s breasts will lead to “improved self-esteem and self-image” – talk about deception and misinformation!
How is it deceptive and misinformative to draw people’s attention to the manufacturer listed side effects associated with vaccines, but not deceptive and misinformative to claim that cutting off your private parts in order to become and LGBTQP is the best thing since sliced bread?
For more related news about this epidemic of transgender deception, be sure to check out Gender.news.
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