South Dakota Becomes Latest State To Introduce Legislation To Protect Children From This Medical Abuse…
(Tea Party 247) – The United States has been overtaken by the insanity of the LGBT agenda, especially the transgender ideology. It seems everywhere we turn more and more people are declaring themselves to be transgender, as if it’s some kind of vogue trend. The scariest part of the whole thing is that children, as young as 3 and 4, are being coerced into believing they are gender-confused and thus transgender. Their own parents are enthusiastically pushing them right into the arms of doctors who are more than eager to treat them like medical experiments.
Luckily, several states are pushing back against this medical malfeasance.
The state of South Dakota, being one of those several states, has introduced a Republican-led legislation proposal that would protect minors from being medically transitioned. The bill, pioneered by State Rep. Fred Deutsch, would make it a criminal offense for medical professionals to assist in medical practices aimed at transitioning children from one sex to the other.
The bill, House Bill 1057, is being called the Vulnerable Child Protection Act, a most fitting name. Sioux Falls Argus Leader reports, if the bill is passed it would make it a Class 4 felony for a medical professional to conduct any of several listed practices on alleged gender-confused children in an attempt to change or affirm the child’s “perception” of his or her sex “if that perception is inconsistent with the minor’s sex.” The law would apply even to emancipated minors. In South Dakota, a Class 4 felony can carry a sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
The Argus Leader goes on to report:
The bill would prohibit any physician, surgeon, physician assistant, nurse, clinical nurse specialist, nurse practitioner, anesthetist or medical assistant from conducting the following on children:
- Surgeries including castration, vasectomy, hysterectomy and vaginoplasty;
- Prescribing, dispensing or administering medications that block normal puberty, give testosterone to females, give estrogen to males;
- Remove a healthy or non-diseased body part or tissue.
The bill would exempt good faith decisions by parents or guardians of a child born with a “medically verifiable genetic disorder of sex development,” according to the legislation.
Deutsch asserts that children in South Dakota are being hurt and indeed they are, by medical professionals who claim to be helping them by carrying out medical atrocities against them.
“To parents, I say, love your kids. Just love them, support them. That’s what I’m trying to do with this bill: love South Dakota children. I’m being the grown up in the room,” Deutsch said and then later posted similar sentiments on Twitter.
Deutsch has also set up a website where people can get more information and learn more about the bill. On the website’s homepage it says, “Guide, don’t sterilize, Children need Encouragement & Direction, Not Experimental Procedures.” These few pointed thoughts basically sum up the important purpose of this bill and others around the country like it.
The FAQ section states:
Every child deserves a natural childhood—one that allows them to experience puberty and other normal changes that shape who they will become. There is nothing natural or healthy about pumping kids full of puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones or performing sterilizing surgeries on them. Children must be protected from permanent, harmful surgeries and experimental hormone interventions that stop natural development and sterilize them.
According to the Argus Leader, Deutsch says that he has “found a dozen studies completed in the last 40 years that found that 85% of children will accept their biological gender if they go through puberty, which is a ‘natural resolution’ to the challenges transgender children face.”
There is a great need to protect children from this medical abuse and to educate the public on the truth. Deutsch has done a thorough job highlighting the very real dangers of medically transitioning vulnerable, confused children. The fact is, medical procedures that alter and mutilate the bodies of children are not the solution to their psychological problem of gender-confusion.
What these children need is guidance and love from their parents. Unfortunately, it is the parents who are causing the alleged gender-confusion in the first place. Hopefully this bill passes into law and more states follow suit.