Congressman this week Troy Nels will introduce the Child Abuse Abuse Act, seeking to repeal the executive order signed by President Biden on June 15, which prohibits individual U.S. governments from banning the use of gender-sensitive therapies in minors and removes the right to states to govern independently.
Biden signed Executive order to promote equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex people as part of his administration’s plan to promote the cause of the LGBTQI + community in America.
According to the executive order, the administration seeks to “protect the access of LGBTQ + people to medically necessary care”, including gender reassignment therapies such as hormones and surgery for people with sexual dysphoria.
Administration, including the Ministry of Health and Human Services (HHS) now classifies hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery as the proper treatment for the mental health problems of LGBTQI + young people.
In addition, the order states that “200 days from the date of this order, the HHS Secretary will develop and launch model policies for states to protect and expand access to health care for LGBTQI + individuals and their families, including mental health services. health “.
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everything major medical associations now recommend sex care for the treatment of gender dysphoria.
The entire Biden administration joined these ideas included in the president’s executive order. Earlier, other statements from inside the administration were issued.
The HHS document describes appropriate treatments for transgender youth, including ‘upper’ surgery to create a typical male breast shape or breast enhancement ‘and’ lower ‘surgery’ of the genitals or reproductive organs, facial feminisation or other procedures.
“Gender-promoting medical and psychosocial health practices have been shown to lead to lower levels of adverse mental health outcomes, build self-esteem and improve the overall quality of life of transgender and heterosexual youth,” OPA said. release countries.
The National Network for Child Traumatic Stress of the Administration for Substance Abuse and Mental Health (NCTSN) released a similar document entitled “Gender-Responsible Care is Trauma-Aware Care.”
The NCTSN went a little further than the OPA document, expressing support for hormone therapy for minors. In it NCTSN release says that proper treatment “may include evidence-based interventions such as pubertal blockers and sex-promoting hormones.”
“Providing gender-based care is neither child abuse nor child abuse. The U.S. Child Protection System, which is committed to “improving (improving) the overall health and well-being of our nation’s children and families,” should not be used to deny care or individual families working to take the best decisions for the well-being of their children. There are no scientifically based studies that show a negative impact of providing gender-based care, “the statement said.
However, Nels and many other national leaders disagree. The choice to subject a minor to hormone therapy or gender reassignment surgery that permanently changes their bodies before the age at which they can give informed consent is considered abuse.
Most recently, Gov. Greg Abbott ordered the Texas Department of Family and Welfare Services to begin investigating and reporting cases of minors undergoing gender reassignment or therapy procedures.
Abbott’s order followed by statements from the state’s Attorney General that US law characterizes practices as violence against children.
This was stated by Attorney General Ken Paxton in an official statement statement that the procedures are considered child abuse under Texas law. He called the practices “monstrous and tragic”, saying it was “obvious harm” in a Twitter post.
Sex reassignment surgeries and puberty blockers prescribed to children are “child abuse” under Texas law.
These procedures are monstrous and tragic. “I will do my best to protect myself from those who take advantage of and harm young Texans. https://t.co/AOoO5NNmyC
– Attorney General Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) February 21, 2022
While the Abbot’s order in Texas is already under scrutiny and facing legal barriers to implementation, conservative leadership continues to fight for the well-being of children in their state.
At least 13 states, including Texas, have introduced bills to restrict access to gender-sensitive care for transgender young people, to ban transgender girls and women from competing in girls’ sports teams and to ban LGBTQ + training at school.
Biden’s executive order aims to nullify such efforts to protect children in those states and across the country.
The Child Violence Cessation Act will overturn President Biden’s executive order to protect America’s children from the devastating and irreversible health consequences of gender equality.
According to the American College of Pediatricsno long-term studies have demonstrated the safety or efficacy of puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and surgery for transgender youth.
Pubertal blockers can cause depression and other emotional disorders associated with suicide. The leaflet for Lupronnumber one prescribed blocker of puberty in America, lists “emotional instability” as a side effect and warns prescribers to “Monitor the development or worsening of psychiatric symptoms during treatment.”
Worse, blockers of puberty can cause persistent severe side effects, including osteoporosis, mood disorders, seizures, cognitive impairment, and infertility when combined with cross-sex hormones.
Too often, physically healthy transgender girls undergo double mastectomy at 13 and hysterectomy at 16. Similarly, their male counterparts are referred for surgical castration and penectomy at 16 and 17.
Many medical organizations around the world, including the Australian College of Physicians, the Royal College of General Practitioners in the United Kingdom and the Swedish National Board of Medical Ethics, describe these treatments in children as experimental and dangerous.
Swedish psychiatrist Dr. Christopher Gilberg said the pediatric transition was “probably one of the biggest scandals in medical history” and called for an “immediate moratorium on the use of anti-puberty drugs due to their unknown long-term effects”.
Beyond gender reassignment therapy for children, Biden’s executive order directs agencies to develop policies for LGBTQ + environments for inclusive education in schools. The trend of over-sexualizing children in schools is a heated debate in America.
Recently school in Arizona issued a questionnaire to students, which included questions asking what students thought caused their heterosexuality, how they decided they were heterosexual, why heterosexual relationships were unstable, and whether they thought heterosexuality was a phase.
The growing problem of teaching sexual orientation, gender identity, and more to the youngest American students has led many countries to take direct action. In March, Florida passed HB 1557, officially called the Bill on Parental Rights in Education. The bill prohibits the Florida school system from teaching in kindergarten through third-graders about sexual orientation or gender identity.
The bill was screened by the far left, which called the measure “Don’t say gay bill”. Governor Ron DeSantis and his leadership have been openly criticized by celebrities, corporations like Disneyand on the White House for a bill aimed at protecting young children from inappropriate sexual content in schools.
The executive order also seeks to establish a committee to expand the collection of federal data on sexual orientation and gender identity – another move to penetrate deeper into citizens’ privacy.
Nels’ proposed law to end violence against children will put an end to all ongoing White House support for these programs included in the executive order. This would limit the ability of corporations, schools, health care providers, and any other influential actors to impose gender ideologies on America’s youngest citizens.
Congressman Nels ‘main focus is on protecting America’s children, ensuring that states’ rights to govern are not usurped by the White House, and that a group’s agenda cannot affect the actions and results of every American.