A 25-page report was just released by Dr. Jay Green. What he found was that making puberty blockers accessible to minors increased suicide rates. This is strange because the narrative that is being told is that children will commit suicide if they don’t have access to these hormones.
After watching Matt Walsh’s ‘What Is A Woman,” I couldn’t sleep. I was overcome with a deep urge to pray. Afterward, I began to look into the various topics of the movie. I found out that allies of the trans movement claim that those who are against puberty blockers for children want trans kids to die. This is based on the (now proven) lie that trans children will kill themselves if they don’t have these drugs. It’s now proven that the opposite is true. These drugs push kids to suicide.
If you’re a believer in Christ, this doesn’t surprise you, though. The Bible says that we’re made in the image of God. He crafted us in our mother’s womb. You and I are His masterpieces. For someone to believe otherwise means that they were deceived by Satan to hate themselves to the point of taking drugs to alter their body.
Also, many people in this industry claim that transitioning is reversible. However, you can look up many who regret transitioning that no longer have the option to turn back the clock and be the person God created them to be. If you read the article below, it presents some of these cases.
How is this being allowed to be done to our children? It’s being taught in the school system. Pray for the children of our nation and if you want to homeschool, don’t wait. Start today!
Making puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones easier for minors to access has increased youth suicide rates, a new report from the Heritage Foundation asserts.
The report directly challenges claims from pro-transgender clinical organizations, activists, and the Biden administration that puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones reduce suicides of minors who believe they are the opposite sex.
The 25-page report, written by Senior Research Fellow Dr. Jay Greene, analyzes existing studies about the effectiveness of these treatments in preventing youth suicides. Greene found, similar to a recent report published by Florida Medicaid, that current research “fail[s] to show a causal relationship and [has] been poorly executed.”
The author took his analysis a step further, conducting research with what he called a “superior research design.” He ultimately found “that easing access to puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones by minors without parental consent increases suicide rates.”