Less than a year after having gender surgery, Nathaniel now says, “This whole thing was a bad idea. I am 19 years old, and I feel as though I have ruined my life.”
The LGBTQIA Alliance is pretty much the “direct ear to the legislature,” said Lisa Carton, president of Queer Connect. “Mostly, they’re coming down to hear what our needs are, so they can best represent us to the statehouse, which is spectacular,” she said.
Where will the Democratic Party and VTDigger political columnist Jon Margolis be when those children’s lives are irrevocably altered and they suffer a life of remorse and trauma?
Every company in America, and in the world, can change their language and symbols to make it appear that periods are gender-neutral. But that won’t erase the reality that they’re not.
Jeff Younger said his son is happy being a boy and does not desire to be a girl. James Younger’s pediatrician mother, Anne Georgulas, as well as counselors and therapists who testified on her behalf, told the court that the 7-year-old is transgender.
Rachel McKinnon, representing Canada, won gold for the sprint event in the women’s 35-39 age category at the 2019 Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester, England.
Protesters interrupted the town hall and a transgender woman hijacked a microphone and began yelling about transgender women deaths. Transgender children played a role, too, and a quip about pronouns prompted an apology from moderator Chris Cuomo.
A proposed Vermont Medicaid regulation expanding coverage for gender-change surgery to also cover minors will receive final review at a legislative hearing Thursday.
History will reflect that this transgender experiment on Vermont’s children is as insane as the eugenics movement, which in Vermont led to the sterilization of people “for the public good.”
It is time for Vermonters, parents and non-parents alike, to examine and express our opinions about what is being taught to our children in the name of tolerance by people who may be well-meaning but are confusing indoctrination with education.
A federal appeals court has revived a legal challenge to the Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA), ruling for the first time that religious business owners can invoke free speech rights when refusing to service a same-sex wedding.