How many ways are there to say: “We just don’t know?”
On June 30, 2015, PBS Frontline aired a story about “transgender kids.” The program presented a more balanced view than the usual pro-transition media coverage, with doctors actually admitting that there is much that remains unknown about dosing kids with hormones and performing surgery at younger and younger ages.
Frontline posted a companion article about pediatric transition on their website. In this post, I willexcerpt from the PBSpiece, along with several other sources, highlighting quotes from well-known gender specialists.
There’s a lot of redundancy in what I’m about to share, and that’s the point. It turns out that the top dogs of pediatric transition agree: we just don’t know whether puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, “social” transition, and the other “treatments” being foisted on our “gender nonconforming” youth can be justified—because we don’t have the evidence.
Some phrases you’ll see:
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