Biden Wants Kids to Be ‘Gender-Transitioned’ Whether Parents Like It or Not

Medical experts tell us that a person’s brain is not fully developed until they reach age 25.

Yet these evil transgender proponents have no problem with mutilation/perversion of children and adults younger than 25 in order to change the gender given to them by God at birth. This “gender affirmation” as the left calls it, is lunacy yet the estimated $2.5 billion medical industry which has arisen around transgender transformation has no problem with it because it will make them billions more.

Watch this video report of the Florida Department of Health advising against gender transition surgery, puberty blockers for transgender youth.

What gender affirming procedures both surgical and other could be applied in order to be transformed to a different person even before their brains are fully formed including the ability to think and reason? Following is a list for those seeking gender transformation to choose from.

There is plenty of evidence that Transgenderism stems from untreated mental illness and treatment for these illnesses should be applied before the perversion of surgical and other procedures to transform and offer to mutilate (especially the young) people.

Please read: Transgenders, 4 Studies Say It’s Mental Disorders | Walt Heyer Ministries

One of the many major failures of the Obama 3/puppet Biden as Commander-in-Chief of our Armed Forces is to allow transgenders to enlist or be commissioned and then to even pay for their surgical transitions with taxpayer funds.

WATCH: Joseph Robinette Biden embraces this highly questionable lifestyle in this queer interview, no pun intended, with Dylan Mulvaney.

Have you ever wondered why when the LGBTQIE+ community represents only 2-3 % of registered voters they wield so much political power?   In addition to their supporters being deranged, follow the money trail.

Biden Wants Your Kids to Be Gender-Transitioned Whether You Like It or Not

By Jarrett Stepman 

President Joe Biden wants your children to make life-changing gender transitions, and the only reason you want to stop him is bigotry and fear. At least, so he says.

In a NowThis media roundtable aired Sunday, Biden discussed issues of the day with progressive activists and social media personalities. Most notable was his interview with transgender TikTok celebrity Dylan Mulvaney, a biological male who is transitioning to “girlhood.”

In the interview, Biden said state attempts to restrict gender transitions are immoral and based on “fear.” He was asked if states had the right to place restrictions on “gender-affirming care,” as the Left likes to call hormone therapy and reconstructive surgeries.

“I don’t think any state or anybody should have the right to do that. As a moral question or as a legal question, I just think it’s wrong,” the president said in response.

Though Biden didn’t make a distinction in these procedures between adults and minors, his actions suggest he’s referring to both. Some states have placed limitations on gender treatments and surgeries for minors in the past few years. Biden made it a priority to stop them.

In April, the Biden administration issued guidance through the Department of Health and Human Services saying that the federal government will ensure that “transgender youth receive the care they need.”

What administration officials mean is that the federal government is committed to assuring that children will be gender transitioned, whether you like it or not.

The Justice Department released a memo alongside the HHS statement, saying in part:

Intentionally erecting discriminatory barriers to prevent individuals from receiving gender-affirming care implicates a number of federal legal guarantees. State laws and policies that prevent parents or guardians from following the advice of a health care professional regarding what may be medically necessary or otherwise appropriate care for transgender minors may infringe on rights protected by both the Equal Protection and the Due Process Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment.

Read the full article.

The most common vaginoplasty technique is some variation of the penile inversion procedure. In this technique, a vaginal vault is created between the rectum and the urethra, in the same location as a non-transgender female between the pelvic floor (Kegel) muscles, and the vaginal lining is created from penile skin. An orchiectomy is performed, the labia majora are created using scrotal skin, and the clitoris is created from a portion of the glans penis. The prostate is left in place to avoid complications such as incontinence and urethral strictures. Furthermore, the prostate has erogenous sensation and is the anatomic equivalent to the “g-spot.” Great care is taken to limit the external scars from a vaginoplasty by locating the incisions appropriately and with meticulous closure. Typical depth is 15 cm (6 inches), with a range of 12-16cm (5-6.5 inches); in comparison, typical vaginal depth in non-transgender females is between 9-12cm (3.5 to 5 inches).

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Because the penile inversion approach does not create a vaginal mucosa, the vagina does not self-lubricate and requires the use of an external lubricant for dilation or penetrative sex.

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Risks associated with phalloplasty

There are general risks associated with any surgery, including infection, bleeding, damage to surrounding tissues, and pain. Specific to phalloplasty in transgender men, there is risk of flap loss, urethral complications, wound breakdown, pelvic bleeding or pain, bladder or rectal injury, lack of sensation, prolonged need for drainage, or need for further procedures. Donor site risks include unsightly scarring, wound breakdown, granulation tissue formation, decreased mobility, hematoma, pain and decreased sensation. If patients are discharged from their surgeon’s care and are not local, they should see their primary care provider every three months during the first year.

Some of the most common complications are listed below. Different techniques and approaches can have varying levels of complexity. Different surgeons may also have different complications rates; understanding what procedures different surgeons perform, their experience, frequency with which they perform these procedures, and complication rates is helpful.


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