Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, signed into law a bill prohibiting all forms of transgender mutilation of children, joining roughly 20 other states that have implemented similar bans in recent months.
Nowhere in Texas will any medical practitioner or otherwise be allowed to chemically or surgically mutilate a child in order to induct that child into the Cult of LGBT. For that, a child will have to travel elsewhere to a left-wing state like California, Minnesota, or New York.
The only children who will continue to be allowed trans "therapy" for a short period of time are those already in the middle of such treatments. The legislation provisions that medical practitioners will need to "wean" these children "off the prescription drug."
(Related: Check out this tracking map showing which states like Texas are banning transgender mutilations.)
As expected, the leftist brigade is incensed over the new law. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has promised to challenge the ban in court, claiming it has a duty to protect so-called "transgender youth."
According to the ACLU, an "overwhelming body of scientific and medical evidence" supports the transgender mutilation of youth.
We sure would like to see the alleged evidence the ACLU is referring to, though, as a growing body of evidence opposes the claim that transgender mutilation is ever the right choice for any child.
Across the pond in Great Britain and Europe, many countries are likewise banning the horrific practice while launching investigations into how transgender mutilation of children ever even became a thing at all.
The U.K.'s Tavistock Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) is being shut down after it was determined that the place left "thousands of damaged children" in its wake. Does the ACLU really want to be on the wrong side of history concerning this topic?
An investigation into the practices at Tavistock that resulted from complaints by whistleblowers, patients, and parents found that children, and especially young girls, were being rushed into transgender mutilation procedures and drugging when they needed protection from such things.
After it was determined that Tavistock is "not a safe or viable long-term option" for patients, it was slated for closure in Spring 2023.
For more than 18 years, it turns out, complaints were being filed against Tavistock to the National Health Service (NHS), which resisted doing anything about any of them all these years. It took numerous cases being sent all the way up to the High Court before anything was done to stop the madness.
Texas is getting ahead of such things early to prevent a similar situation from occurring there. As angering as it might be to the LGBTs who want nothing more than to mutilate as many children as possible in the name of "freedom," the Lone Star State is doing the right thing on behalf of the innocents.
"I often wonder how indoctrinating children into believing they are of the opposite sex to that which they are born, and then assisting them to mutilate their bodies, could ever be deemed 'progressive,'" one commenter wrote.
"This is an all-out assault on humanity," wrote another. "The agenda has the goal of eliminating all actual humans by sterilizing an entire generation of children."
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