The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne has released its new guidelines for Australian Standards of Care and Treatment Guidelines For trans and gender diverse children and adolescents.
We’re witnessing a dramatic rise in Gender Dysphoria diagnosis. The Guardian reports: “This rise is reflected in referrals to the children’s Gender Identity Development Service(Gids), run by the Tavistock and Portman NHS trust, which increased by 1,978% – from 97 in 2009 to 2,016 in 2016-17. Of those children, 70% are biologically female… and a number are on the autistic spectrum.” Has anyone paused to ask where this astronomical increase in children struggling with their identity has come from?
This has all the marks of a Social Contagion, which is nothing new. So why isn’t it being addressed?
“Two centuries ago, a wave of suicides swept across Europe as if the very act of suicide was somehow infectious. Shortly before their untimely deaths, many of the suicide victims had come into contact with Johann von Goethe’s tragic tale “The Sorrows of Young Werther,” in which the hero, Werther, himself commits suicide. In an attempt to stem what was seen as a rising tide of imitative suicides, anxious authorities banned the book in several regions in Europe (Phillips 1974, Marsden 1998).” – Stanford University.
““Rapid-onset gender dysphoria” is a new presentation of a condition that has not been well studied. Reports online indicate that a young person’s coming out as transgender is often preceded by increased social media use and/or having one or more peers also come out as transgender. These factors suggest that social contagion may be contributing to the significant rise in the number of young people seeking treatment for gender dysphoria.”
“Current psychotherapeutic practice involves immediate affirmation of a young person’s self-diagnosis, which often leads to support for social and even medical transition. Although this practice will likely help small numbers of children, there may also be many false positives.” Source: Outbreak: On Transgender Teens and Psychic Epidemics
The dangerous ‘Group Think’ driving the swift diagnosis of young children pits parents against the multi-million dollar Trans Industry. Take a look at the rich, white men who are funding the Transgender movement and you’ll get an insight into how our children have become commodities in a bizarre social experiment.
“The first gender clinic for children opened in Boston in 2007. In the past ten years, more than 30 clinics for children with purported gender dysphoria have arisen in the United States alone, the largest serving 725 patients.
Over the past decade, there has been an explosion in transgender medical infrastructure across the United States and world to “treat” transgender people. In addition to gender clinics proliferating across the United States, hospital wings are being built for specialized surgeries, and many medical institutions are clamoring to get on board with the new developments.
Doctors are being trained in cadaver symposiums across the world in all manner of surgeries related to transgender individuals, including phalloplasty, vaginoplasty, facial feminization surgery, urethral procedures, and more. More and more American corporations are covering transgender surgeries, drugs, and other expenses. Endocrinologists seeking the fountain of youth in hormones for more than a generation, and the subsequent earnings for marketing those hormones, are still on a quest for gold.” – Jennifer Bilek
Search ‘I was a trans ally until’ on Twitter and you’ll see countless stories like this one:
I was a trans ally until or I should say, I might have been a trans ally until
my own 18-yo came down with a case of “Gender Dysphoria” simply by self-id-ing herself as trans. Peers & uni counselor piled on as Social Justice Warrior supporters. She got a T Rx in ONE F-ing day.
— Nervous Wreck Mom (@nervouswreckmom) June 28, 2018
The race to diagnose and ‘treat’ vulnerable children who are questioning their gender, especially those with underlying issues, like autism, shows how fast the Transgender Recruitment Drive is moving. It’s easy to ‘get in’ but try getting out and you’ll be demonised, attacked, deplatformed and silenced.
Brave journalists who report on stories about children who struggled with gender identity after being exposed to the idea on social media, only to settle on their birth ‘sex,’ have suffered relentless attacks by Trans Activists. Journalists like Jesse Singal, who published an article entitled ‘When Children Say They’re Trans,’ which documented the stories of children who had been impacted by the social contagion, then accepted their own bodies.
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey posted this Tweet in response to the article:
Some children exploring their gender identity are NOT trans. Countless lived experiences prove it.
Parents who have a lived experience of their children embracing their birth sex are now ‘Transphobic’ according to ACLU of New Jersey. This Group Think is exactly what we’re up against.
Perpetuating this ‘Social Contagion’ are Government Funded programs such as ‘Safe Schools.’ The ‘All of Us’ resource and lesson plans get students to watch a video about NEVO:
Nevo is a positive and confident young person with the same hopes and dreams as many young people. He tells a powerful story about growing up with the knowledge that the female sex assigned to him at birth did not match who he knew he truly was. He speaks about the unique challenges facing transgender people and how the people in their lives can be supportive. He also comments on the important difference between gender identity and sexual identity. Nevo’s story will help to dismantle fears and stereotypes about transgender and gender diverse people.
dismantle fears and stereotypes about transgender and gender diverse people. “” Runtime: 10:30 LESSON 4
Page 32: Group Discussion: Building Blocks of Identity – Gender
Provide students with a digital or printed copy of the attached ‘Building Blocks of Identity – Gender’ handout. This handout provides students with a visual reference of the content you have covered and suggestions on how they can be more inclusive of transgender people. Go through this together and answer any questions they might have.
The ‘All of Us’ resource has a strong focus on ‘Gender Identity’
Safe School is feeding the Transgender Social Contagion. Its implementation coincides with the dramatic rise in presenting cases at Australian Gender Clinics.
We need a ‘common sense’ approach to stem the tide of new cases funding the multi-million dollar Trans Industry and help our kids to ‘love the skin they’re in.’Share