Biden Admin Unleashes Pure Evil Onto Children

The American Medical Association, the Endocrine Society, and the American Academy of Pediatrics are just a few of the American health organizations and groups that recognize the World Professional Association for Transgender Health’s “gender medicine” guidelines as authoritative.

Environmental Progress released a report in March that suggested WPATH might not be entirely interested in reasonable defenses, despite the fact that Britain’s historic Cass Review and other investigations have shown the organization’s suggestions to be essentially indefensible. Ultimately, some of its members seem like wild-eyed revolutionaries contentedly immersed in terrifying pseudo-science.

WPATH members “display a lack of care for long-term patient outcomes while being aware of the debilitating and potentially lethal side effects of cross-sex hormones and other treatments,” according to Mia Hughes’ 242-page report.

The report’s internal documents and videos exposed how WPATH members have purposefully administered irreversible medical treatments to mentally ill victims who are unable to give consent; acknowledged that minors are incapable of understanding the long-term effects of gender affirmation; downplayed the regrets of those who have experienced sex changes; and created artificial body parts for elective surgeries that do not “exist in nature.”

Even with WPATH’s obvious lack of scientific and ethical foundation, the organization still doesn’t seem extreme enough for the Biden administration.

Biden’s transvestic assistant secretary of Health and Human Services effectively persuaded WPATH to abandon its suggested minimum age limitations for sex-change mutilations, according to a previously disclosed court document in the federal lawsuit Boe v. Marshall.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, and other leftist organizations have been actively working in Boe to repeal the Alabama Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act, with the aim of subverting the democratic will of the state’s citizens. The statute outlawed giving cross-sex hormones, sex-change mutilations, and puberty blockers to minors.

The unsealed document, which includes discussions between WPATH’s leadership and Rachel Levine about the organization’s “Standards of Care Version 8” and other subpoenaed materials that WPATH reportedly fought in court to keep secret, is part of a larger report that Dr. James Cantor submitted in support of Alabama’s ban.

An internal WPATH communication states, “I just met with Admiral Levine today, who is quite anxious for the publication of the SOC 8 and, as always, is very supportive of it, to assure integration in the US health policy of the Biden government.” So let’s get to work on the project.”

Levine not only wanted to expedite the process, but he also told the organization—through his chief of staff, Sarah Boateng—that the “greatest worry is the portion below in the Adolescent Chapter that states specified minimum ages for therapy,” according to another WPATH communication.

According to the New York Times, the draft rules originally called for a minimum age of 14 for hormone therapies, 15 for healthy breast removals, 16 for breast implants, and 17 for genital mutilations.

Levine sought to do away with these minimums and subject vulnerable children to needless surgeries that other WPATH members stated they could not consent to, not because of scientific evidence but rather due to political considerations.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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