These doctors want to serve your children ‘gender affirming’ care, and sex change operations are on the menu

There are forces actively aligning against our children, and they are multiplying. As parents, if we don’t do something about it now, it could be too late. 

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There are forces actively aligning against our children, and they are multiplying. As parents, if we don’t do something about it now, it could be too late. 

According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, nearly all U.S. medical schools require new graduates to swear an oath to “do no harm.” If that is truly the case, perhaps the good doctors at the Center for Gender Surgery at Boston Children’s Hospital need a refresher. 

The Libs of TikTok recently tweeted out a video promoting “gender-affirming” hysterectomies for children that was posted by the center.  

In the video, Dr. Frances Grimstad of Boston Children’s Division of Gynecology is featured promoting hysterectomies as a form of “gender-affirming” treatment, all with a smile on her face and upbeat music playing in the background. 

“A gender-affirming hysterectomy is very similar to most hysterectomies that occur,” she declares in the video. “A hysterectomy itself is the removal of the uterus, the cervix — which is the opening of the uterus — and the fallopian tubes, which are attached to the sides of the uterus. … 

“Some gender-affirming hysterectomies will also include the removal of the ovaries, but that’s technically a separate procedure called a bilateral oophorectomy, and not every gender-affirming hysterectomy includes that.”  

She followed that up with this nugget: “People who are getting gender-forming hysterectomies do not have to have their ovaries removed.” 

How gracious of her! At least she’s going to let some of these poor little girls keep their ovaries. 

If that doesn’t alarm you, maybe this will: The Center for Gender Surgery’s website also proudly states it is the first center of its kind in the U.S. in a major pediatric hospital setting, and is willing to perform some of these surgeries on children as young as 15 years old – and some of the procedures do not require parental consent. 

The site also states: 

“Patients who want to pursue chest surgery must be at least 15 years old and have the following: 

  • A letter from a medical doctor or nurse practitioner stating that you have ‘persistent, well documented, gender dysphoria’ and specifying either the length of hormone therapy or why you are not taking hormone therapy.  
  • A letter from a mental health provider stating that you have the capacity to consent and that any significant mental health issues are being addressed.” 

The site also details some of the horrific procedures they plan to perform on children. For instance, they offer one surgery called a vaginoplasty to “create a vagina from your [son’s] existing genital tissue.” 

For girls there’s a phalloplasty that “involves the harvesting of one or more “flaps” of skin and other tissues from your [daughter’s] forearm,” to facilitate the “surgical creation of a penis.” 

Explains Johns Hopkins Medicine: 

“A phalloplasty is a surgical procedure where a penis is created. A phalloplasty is a multi-staged procedure that may include a variety of different procedures, including creation of the penis, lengthening the urethra so you are able to stand to pee, creating the tip (glans) of the penis, creation of the scrotum, removal of the vagina, and placing erectile and testicular implants.” 

There’s more. 

The Center for Gender Surgery’s Patient Resources page offers dozens of terrifying videos promoting a slew of permanently disfiguring surgeries and other medical treatments they offer to “adolescents and young adults” that reads like some sort of perverted kids’ menu at your local McDonald’s. 

Videos with titles such as “What are puberty blockers?”; “When does your child know they’re transgender?”; “What does gender transition mean?”; and “When younger kids transition” are meant to comfort children suffering from gender dysphoria and their families. 

In the videos the doctors and “experts” gleefully explain that children may even “come out of the womb” suffering from the condition. 

Then there are videos titled, “What is tucking?” and “Fertility preservation: What parents should know.” The videos promote boys “tucking” their penises inside their own bodies for up to 10 hours a day to “feel” more like their “gender identity,” and suggest parents may want to have their son’s semen or daughter’s eggs preserved in case the children decide they want to have children as adults.  

The surgeries will render that impossible otherwise. 

In some videos the doctors describe in detail the procedures they want to perform to mutilate your children. Videos such as, “Bottom surgery: What to expect,” “Chest reconstruction: long-term implications,” or “Why is hair removal necessary before vaginoplasty” may not be as reassuring as intended. 

Do these doctors really have your child’s best interests at heart? If recent research is any indication, perhaps not. 

Florida’s Agency for Healthcare Administration recently released a report, as the Lion wrote, “that found several services for the treatment of gender dysphoria promoted by the federal government – i.e., sex reassignment surgery, cross-sex hormones, and puberty blockers – are not consistent with widely accepted professional medical standards, and are experimental and investigational with the potential for harmful long-term effects.”   

And a recent study by the Heritage Foundation found that, “Lowering legal barriers to make it easier for minors to undergo cross-sex medical interventions without parental consent does not reduce suicide rates — in fact, it likely leads to higher rates of suicide among young people in states that adopt these changes.   

“In the past several years, the suicide rate among those ages 12 to 23 has become significantly higher in states that have a provision that allows minors to receive routine health care without parental consent than in states without such a provision.  

“Before 2010, these two groups of states did not differ in their youth suicide rates. Starting in 2010, when puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones became widely available, elevated suicide rates in states where minors can more easily access those medical interventions became observable.  

“Rather than being protective against suicide, this pattern indicates that easier access by minors to cross-sex medical interventions without parental consent is associated with higher risk of suicide.”  

As sad as it is, as parents we simply must be sure to screen our doctors carefully. If not, you never know what the doctor may order. And it may just have permanent, life-altering effects for your child.