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French Senators Call For Ban On Child Transgender Medical Services

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Transgender care


In France, a coalition of senators is advocating for the prohibition of medical services related to transgender care for children.



Under the leadership of Senator Jacqueline Eustache-Brinio from The Republicans party, the group published a report on Tuesday expressing concerns about minors being provided with puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and gender-affirming surgeries, including procedures such as double mastectomies and genital surgery.

340-page document


In a comprehensive 340-page document, the practice of medically transitioning minors is labeled as “one of the most significant ethical controversies in medical history.”

Transgender advocates


The report also alleges that transgender advocates are promoting medical gender transitions for children through assertive social media promotions.



The European Conservative disclosed that France’s High Authority of Health is anticipated to issue a guidance on transgender medical treatments for minors in the near future.



The French senators see the issue as urgent and said they plan to propose a bill before the summer to ban puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and gender surgeries for minors being treated for “gender dysphoria.”

Author J.K Rowling


Author J.K Rowling, a vocal critic, said, “And so it went. No bells or sirens. No general alarm. But all over the Titanic, in one way or another, the word was passed.”

Puberty blockers


Puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones are associated with significant health hazards. Puberty blockers can impact bone development and density, leading to sexual dysfunction, voice alterations, and infertility, among various concerns.



On the other hand, cross-sex hormones may result in infertility, life-threatening blood clots, heart attacks, heightened cancer risks in the breasts and ovaries, liver complications, exacerbation of mental health conditions, and other severe complications.



Critics have raised concerns about the enduring consequences of these therapies and interventions, particularly in Europe where gender ideology gained prominence before it did in the United States.



Shortly after the British National Health Service (NHS) prohibited the use of puberty blockers for minors, a group of French senators made a similar move.



The NHS declared the closure of Tavistock, England’s sole youth gender clinic, by the end of the current month.



Tavistock, recognized as the largest clinic of its kind globally, had been responsible for referring numerous children for puberty blockers.

Final years


Towards its final years of operation, Tavistock observed a growing influx of adolescent girls experiencing gender-related challenges seeking medication, despite also dealing with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and a history of abuse.

23 states


In the U.S., at least 23 states have already moved to ban medical transgender services for children.

Those states


Those states are Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.

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