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Transgenderism: Dangerous Child Abuse

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 rbear    240

The “transgender” mental illness currently favored by the establishment and pushed by the controlled media is exceptionally dangerous for children, is child abuse, and must be stopped, the American College of Pediatricians (ACP) has announced.

The ACP—which is America’s respected and official organization of pediatricians and child healthcare professionals—has called on all educators and legislators to definitively reject the “transgender” madness once and for all.

Before and after: Female Ryland Whittington on the left, “male” Ryland Whittington on the right. From the “Progressives Today” website article “Transgender Toddlers: The New Parenting.”

In a positon paper published on the ACP website, titled “Gender Ideology Harms Children,” the organization “urges educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts—not ideology—determine reality.”

The paper, signed by ACP president, Michelle A. Cretella, M.D.; Vice President Quentin Van Meter, M.D.; and University Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School, and the former psychiatrist in chief at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Paul McHugh, M.D., goes on to list eight points why the promotion of the “transgender” mental illness is such a danger. cont

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The ACP is a conservative front group.  It has nothing to do with the actual practice of medicine and everything to do with pushing policy positions favorable to conservative causes.

Just because you label agenda pushing propaganda as "science" does not in fact make it so.


Some scientists have voiced concerns that ACPeds mischaracterized or misused their work to advance its political agenda.[1][11] Gary Remafedi, a pediatrician at the University of Minnesota, found his research being cited by ACPeds to argue that schools should deny support to gay teenagers and complained that ACPeds had fundamentally mischaracterized his work. Francis Collins, a geneticist and director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, issued a statement through the NIH accusing the American College of Pediatricians of misleading children and parents on its Facts About Youth website.[11] Warren Throckmorton, a therapist who specializes in sexual orientation issues, similarly complained that his research had been misused, saying of ACPeds: "They say they're impartial and not motivated by political or religious concerns, but if you look at who they're affiliated with and how they're using the research, that's just obviously not true."[1]



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