Will the media attend his funeral, and what will be its spin then?
. . . young boys and girls have begun to present themselves as of the opposite sex. . . . These children generally come to their ideas about their sex not through erotic interests but through a variety of youthful psychosocial conflicts and concerns. [And, consider] the parents whom no one—not doctors, schools, nor even churches—will help to rescue their children from these strange notions of being transgendered and the problematic lives these notions herald.UPDATE 10/1/15: Mother Plans Sexual Mutilation of Son, Media Cheer
The grim fact is that most of these youngsters do not find therapists willing to assess and guide them in ways that permit them to work out their conflicts and correct their assumptions. Rather, they and their families find only “gender counselors” who encourage them in their sexual misassumptions.
-- Paul McHugh, MD, Johns Hopkins Medical School
UPDATE 8/3/15: Teenage 'Boy' Harvests Own Eggs to be Mother & Transgender 'Father'
For background, read Transgenderism is a 'Delusion' According to Victim
Also, click headlines below to read previous articles:
Kindergartners Taught Sex Change in Maine School
New Jersey Boy Returns to Middle School as Girl
Girl Sues Virginia School to Use Boys Restroom
Minnesota & California OK Boys on Girls' School Teams, in Showers
Male Teacher Suddenly Female, Shocks California Parents
President Obama Forces Gay Agenda on Schools via Taxpayer$$
And read governments' myriad efforts to sexualize children via public schools and also read how this sexualization is making criminals of children nationwide.
-- From "New York Times Celebrates Permanent Penis Removal At Age 18" by Eric Owens, Education Editor 6/17/15
The New York Times printed a 2,867-word, six-photo, two-correction, one-video story on Tuesday celebrating the mutilation of 18-year-old teenage boys who have decided they want to live as women, despite biological reality.
There is no law that prevents doctors from removing or otherwise altering the reproductive organs of teenagers. The age minimum is essentially governed by insurers (and Medicaid), which generally refuse to pay for the practice on children under the age of 18.
The Times interviewed Norman Spack, who is both a doctor at Boston Children’s Hospital and an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. Spack explained that he first heard about Dutch doctors using hormone injections and puberty blockers on early adolescent children about 15 years ago.
“I was salivating,” he told the newspaper. “I said we had to do this.”
In its 2,867 words, the Times establishes little basis for Spack’s salivation. He has treated around 200 children since 2007, though, and the drugs (unapproved by the Food and Drug Administration) are very expensive, he noted.
To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.
From "CNY transgender teen shares transition journey: 'I was uncomfortable with my body'" by Allie Healy, Syracuse (NY) Post-Standard 6/16/15
[Caden/Katherine (Kat) Boone] tells The New York Times that as a kid, she [he] dressed like all the other boys. Boone's best friend was male, and she [he] liked to play with cars and video games.
Come freshman year at Cazenovia High School, Boone became depressed.
"I knew that the changes going on with puberty were not me," she [he] tells the Times. "I started to really hate my life, myself. I was uncomfortable with my body, my voice, and I just felt like I was really a girl."
It wasn't until Boone discovered the transgender world on the Internet that she [he] had a realization. She [he] read some "attributes" of transgender people and it clicked.
Once she [he] was 16 and a half, Boone began taking estrogen and a blood-pressure drug, spironolactone, that is also used to stop the actions of testosterone. In the fall of junior year, she [he] began asking her [his] peers to call her [him] Katherine, or Kat for short. . . .
On April 7, Boone underwent gender reassignment surgery at Lower Bucks Hospital in Pennsylvania. Boone's surgeon, Dr. Christine McGinn, says she had performed more than 30 operations on children under 18.
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From "The New Girl in School: Transgender Surgery at 18" by Anemona Hartocollis, New York Times 6/16/15
[The mutilating surgery] was not easy . . . [it] involved deconstructing her male genitals and repurposing the nerves and skin as female anatomy. . [Boone] retched for days afterward. She could hardly eat. She did not seem empowered; she seemed regressed. . . . [Boone] developed aspiration pneumonia and had vomiting and dry heaves for days, normal reactions to anesthesia, narcotics and antibiotics, but Dr. McGinn said Kat was hit harder than most.
“I just want to hold Emma,” she said in her darkened room at the bed-and-breakfast in New Hope, Pa., run by the doctor who performed the operation in a hospital nearby. Emma is her black and white cat, at her home outside Syracuse in central New York State, 250 miles away.
Her childlike reaction was, perhaps, not surprising. Kat, whose side-parted hair was dyed a sassy red, is just 18, and about to graduate from high school.
Six weeks after the operation, she was still so weak that she had to take the elevator at school instead of the stairs.
At her two-month checkup, she had gained back half the weight she had lost, but still looked frail and self-conscious. She treated herself to a new hair color — strawberry blond — for graduation.
. . . With growing tolerance, the question is no longer whether gender reassignment is an option but rather how young should it begin.
But the number of teenagers going through gender reassignment has been growing amid wider acceptance of transgender identity, more parental comfort with the treatment and the emergence of a number of willing practitioners. . . .
Given that there are no proven biological markers for what is known as gender dysphoria, however, there is no consensus in the medical community on the central question: whether teenagers, habitually trying on new identities and not known for foresight, should be granted an irreversible physical fix for what is still considered a psychological condition.
Some experts argue that the earlier the decision is made, the more treacherous, because it is impossible to predict which children will grow up to be transgender and which will not.
. . . A large-scale Swedish study at the Karolinska Institute found that starting about a decade after gender reassignment surgery, transgender people were still more than 19 times as likely to die by suicide as the general population.
To read the entire horrific saga of Boone in the New York Times, CLICK HERE.
Also read All Women's College Accepts Cross-dressing Men
And read War on Women — Michigan Fitness Club Favors Transgender
In addition, read how the Gay Agenda transgender objectives are being advanced by President Obama and across the Obama administration; and by private businesses; as well as via public schools and throughout academia -- and funded by taxpayers.