According to the White House, the "Roundtable on Affirming Transgender Kids" was held on March 31 to "hear directly about the joys, hopes and challenges that transgender children are experiencing" and commemorate the April 1 "Transgender Day of Visibility." The meeting was hosted by Domestic Policy Advisor Ambassador Susan Rice and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy.
"Transgender kids and their parents shared their experiences living in states that have attacked their rights, discussed how these laws have impacted their mental health, and highlighted how parents are protecting their children," the White House said in a statement.
One participant of the gathering shared that "it feels scary when the politicians elected to represent you don't care about your well-being." The children who traveled with their parents to Washington were from states that have "legislations against the rights of transgender kids," including Arizona, Texas and Virginia.
Rice and Murthy reiterated during the meeting that the Biden administration is committed to standing up for the rights of transgender kids and their parents and to challenging state laws that "harm" them.
The Biden administration has taken a hardline stance in favor of "transitioning" minors and condemned leaders who disagree as "close to sinful." But recent events have critics convinced that America's child mutilation-supportive regime loses its support when the gender-confused young people realize they have to detransition.
According to studies, more than 80 percent of kids experiencing gender dysphoria outgrow it on their own by late adolescence. Even full "reassignment" surgeries fail to resolve their heightened tendency to engage in self-harm and suicide – in fact, they may even exacerbate it. Also, surgically or chemically reinforcing gender confusion imposes irreversible harm on children, such as infertility, impairment of adult sexual function and reduced life expectancy as well as the psychological toll of being "locked into" physical alterations regardless of whether they change their minds when they mature.
An example of it is Chloe Cole's story. She is a former female-to-male (FTM) transgender, who plans to file a case against her healthcare providers that convinced her to undergo "gender-affirming" procedures.
Cole said in her intent to sue notice that she underwent a harmful procedure between the ages of 13 and 17 years old, which constitutes a breach of the standard of care. She took puberty blockers and off-label cross-sex hormone treatment and went through a double mastectomy when she was 15. (Related: Detransitioner Chloe Cole to sue doctors who forced her to undergo "gender-affirming" procedures.)
The 18-year-old teenager is now suffering from deep emotional wounds, severe regrets and distrust for the medical system. She has suffered physically, socially, neurologically and psychologically and lost social development with her peers, milestones that can never be reversed or regained.
Another example that led to a very tragic ending was the story of Yaeli Martinez, a 19-year-old to whom "gender transitioning" was touted as a possible cure for her depression in high school. The decision was supported by a high school counselor who withheld what she was going through from her mother. The troubled girl killed herself after trying to live as a man for three years.
Transhumanism.news has more stories related to the harmful gender-reassignment procedures.
Watch the video below that talks about the increasing number of suicides among "transitioned" youth.
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