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WHO Accused Of Appointing Radical Activist To Panel For Guidelines On Transgender Health Care

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The World Health Organization has drawn criticism for appointing a transgender activist, Florence Ashley, to a panel developing guidelines on transgender health care.

The panel’s members are seen as promoting transgender ideology and lacking expertise in adolescent development.

The new guideline “will focus in 5 areas: provision of gender-affirming care, including hormones; health workers education and training for the provision of gender-inclusive care; provision of health care for trans and gender diverse people who suffered interpersonal violence based in their needs; health policies that support gender-inclusive care, and legal recognition of self-determined gender identity,” the organization wrote. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

Ashley, known for controversial statements and views, has been accused of prioritizing gender self-determination over ethical considerations.

Critics argue that the WHO’s decision reflects a bias towards liberal agendas rather than a genuine concern for public health.

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