How dare you be a female child who does not conform to your “gender”? We have biology-crippling drugs for that. That’ll take care of *you*, little girl.
This is femicide.
In the UK any child not conforming to gender stereotypes may be diagnosed as having gender dysphoria – defined by the NHS as:
“a condition in which a person feels there is a mis-match between their biological sex and their gender identity.”
The age at which treatment can start for this ‘condition’ was lowered in 2011 from 16 to 12 years old.
The Gender Identity Service at the NHS Tavistock and Portman clinic deals with all cases of such treatment for those under the age of 18. Treatment involves hormone blocking injections in order for the patient to basically undergo the process of stopping puberty, as pre-stage to a possible ‘sex change’. The drugs used may also be potentially dangerous, and may have been previously used in the treatment of cancer for example.
Children as young as 3 years (!) have been treated at the clinic and the number of…
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