Transgender Activist Wants All Kids On Puberty Blockers
This is a weird time we are living in. The majority of people go through puberty fine and don't have any gender identity issues. Every once and a while you'll have a few people attracted to the same sex. But in rare cases, there will be people that feel they are in the wrong body and want to change genders. But if they have gone through puberty it makes it harder for the person to look either as masculine or feminine as they may want. So a trans activist is claiming that all children should be put on puberty blockers so that when they are of consenting age they can decide their gender. So all children should be put on blockers to cater to less than 5% of the population, typical liberal reasoning here.
Trans Activist Lauren McNamara with the Twitter handle Zinnia posted the following nonsense.
"If children can't consent to puberty blockers which pause any permanent changes even with the relevant professional evaluation, how can they consent to the permanent and irreversible changes that come with their own puberty with no professional evaluation whatsoever?"
"An inability to offer informed consent or understand the long-term consequences is actually an argument for putting every single cis and trans person on puberty blockers until they acquire that ability."
"For the record, I understand that y'all just aren't capable of wrapping your heads around something like this, because if you could, then you wouldn't be the way you are. It's probably best to step away and have a juice box, this is beyond your level"
This is just extreme. There is no good reason to put every child on puberty blockers. No child should have the option to change their gender. If a person wants to drastically change and alter their body they will have to wait until they are an adult. Teenagers with all of the hormones and changes going on don't need puberty blockers as an option, it would likely ruin many people's lives if it were readily accessible. These transactivists only think about their own experiences and think it the norm when it is far from it.