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Study: 'Transgender' Youth Prescribed MORE Psychotropic Drugs After 'Gender-Affirming Care,' Not Less

Call a waahmbulance: 6th Circuit UPHOLDS TN & KY anti-child gender mutilation laws

In a remarkable move for sanity and – hopefully – a stunning body blow to the transgender child mutilation cult, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals late yesterday upheld BOTH the Tennessee and Kentucky laws banning so-called “gender affirming care for minors,” including the use of puberty blockers, hormones, and surgery.

Thank GOD.

A federal appeals court on Thursday allowed Tennessee and Kentucky to enforce laws banning gender-affirming medical care for minors, such as puberty blockers, hormones and surgery.

By a 2-1 vote, the Cincinnati, Ohio-based 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a challenge by families of transgender children who had argued that the bans discriminated on the basis of sex.

The ruling is the second by a federal appeals court upholding such laws, after the 11th Circuit ruling revived an Alabama law. On the other side of the ledger, federal district courts in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and Indiana have overturned such bans, as has a state court in Montana.

…But the 6th Circuit panel sided with proponents of gender-affirming care bans who say the treatments are unproven and risk permanently harming children.

“This is a relatively new diagnosis with ever-shifting approaches to care over the last decade or two. Under these circumstances, it is difficult for anyone to be sure about predicting the long-term consequences of abandoning age limits of any sort for these treatments,” wrote Chief Judge Jeffrey Sutton, who was joined by Judge Amul Thapar.

And “butchering ghouls” is being too kind by half. As my quote from Helen Joyce in an earlier post said, transgenderism is an excuse for doing a “human rights abuse level of awful thing to your own child.”

You may have to lived wracked by guilt for the rest of your life (assuming such a person is capable of it), but your child has to live with something you allowed – or in many cases with these sick, SICK mostly women, who damn near force their child – that can NEVER be repaired. Never be put back, fixed, or replaced with working parts – the parts they never had a chance to grow into, or the feelings and sensations they never had a chance to experience.

Imagine questioning “protecting children.”

But they do. Every single press report – every one – is phrased to favor the transgender side. Every headline is a moan to the heavens – one even uses the adjective “cruel” to describe the ruling. Do a little Google search your ownself to see where the media falls – the single “protect” in my first search is a religious freedom advocacy group.

Nah. It won’t really be “for the children.”

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As well as affirming protections for minors, and giving parents yet one more bulwark against school and medical systems intent on indoctrinating and transforming their children without consent, the court’s ruling also contained a devastating take-down of the alphabet soup sex community’s perpetually claimed victimhood status.

Y’all aren’t the special flowers you think you are is what it boiled down to. The ruling rattles off indisputable examples of precisely how well funded, how well positioned, how well protected, and how truly empowered the LGBTwhatever community is.

…In the opinion, the judge said that transgender people are not a “politically powerless” group, addressing claims from activists that the law deserves “heightened scrutiny” due to the perceived oppression of transgender people.

“Whatever may have been true in the past about our society’s treatment of individuals with gender dysphoria, some of it surely lamentable, it is difficult to maintain that the democratic process remains broken on this issue today,” the judge wrote. “The President of the United States and the Department of Justice support the plaintiffs. A national anti-discrimination law, Title VII, protects transgender individuals in the employment setting.”

“Fourteen States have passed laws specifically allowing some of the treatments sought here. Twenty States have joined an amicus brief in support of the plaintiffs. The major medical organizations support the plaintiffs. And the only large law firms to make an appearance in the case all entered the controversy in support of the plaintiffs. These are not the hallmarks of a skewed or unfair political process.”

It was a beautifully phrased judicial version of suck a stone.

Parents, society, and children are the ones under assault here.

We need more of these moments.

Beege addendum: Even as I scheduled this this afternoon, we’re getting them, more of these moments. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals just reversed a lower court ruling in PDE vs Linn-Mar Community School District, saying that children canNOT be compelled to use chosen pronouns.

BREAKING: 8th Circuit reverses lower court decision, rules 3-0 in PDE v Linn Mar Community School District (Iowa) that a school may not compel its students to use gender identity-based language as doing so likely violates the 1st and 14th Amendments.

This decision to grant a preliminary injunction is correct. Use of gender identity language should be strictly voluntary. It may not be compelled by government entities.

By the same token, students should not take advantage of the court’s ruling and use it as an excuse to harass and be cruel to their peers. The demands of civility go both ways.

Plaintiffs also challenged the school’s secret gender transition policy, but a recently passed Iowa law, which requires disclosure to parents, makes this challenge moot, rules the court.