Mental-health practitioners have excoriated AAP for its pro-experimentation policy. Dr. James Cantor, a (gay) psychologist from the Toronto Gender Identity clinic, analyzed the AAP statement and found that the studies on which AAP based its policy simply don’t say what AAP claimed they do.“In fact, the references that AAP cited as the basis of their policy instead outright contradicted that policy, repeatedly endorsing watchful waiting [rather than medical intervention].”
(Jane Robbins – Townhall) The transgender industry profits handsomely from experimenting on children who are confused about their sex….
Experiments include puberty-blocking drugs, cross-sex hormones (estrogen for boys, testosterone for girls), and even mutilating surgery for kids who are too young to buy cough syrup but supposedly competent to make permanent life-altering medical decisions. When challenged about the horror of these medical interventions, the radicals smugly cite support from medical associations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Endocrine Society. Case closed.
But a look behind the curtain of these societies’ propaganda operations, plus a review of other medical organizations that have resisted the siren song of money and political correctness, shows that many if not most physicians oppose the macabre, ethically bankrupt policies of the pro-experimentation organizations.