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    Alabama senate votes to ban hormone blockers for kids and teenagers

    They voted to make physicians prescribing hormone blockers and sex changes for kids and teenagers a felony.

    http://sandhillsexpress.com/cbs_poli...cbsidb78a0700/

    Good. Let’s hope this passes the House, and other states follow. Kids under the age of 19 are not mature enough to go on body-destroying drugs, or undergo permanent reassignment surgeries.


    #2
    Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
    Kids under the age of 19 are not mature enough to go on body-destroying drugs, or undergo permanent reassignment surgeries.
    I'm just curious, at which college did you get your degree in child psychology?

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    • 6-eyed
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      I missed you Bagel. You’re like the bratty little sister I never had ❤️

    #3
    Originally posted by everything bagel View Post
    I'm just curious, at which college did you get your degree in child psychology?
    19 is an arbitrary age but experts usually consider "full" brain development to occur in the mid 20's.

    The birth of gender reassignment among children happened with a case where there was a botched circumcision with twins and a psychologist recommended they cut off the penis of one of the boys and raise him as a girl. The child came to realize he was a boy somewhere in his preadolescent years I believe and went on to suffer depression and committed suicide. His brother Od'd on anti-depressants.
    Last edited by Audiogen; 03-12-2021, 05:08 AM.

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      #4
      Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
      They voted to make physicians prescribing hormone blockers and sex changes for kids and teenagers a felony.

      http://sandhillsexpress.com/cbs_poli...cbsidb78a0700/

      Good. Let’s hope this passes the House, and other states follow. Kids under the age of 19 are not mature enough to go on body-destroying drugs, or undergo permanent reassignment surgeries.
      Yes or no question time. Do you think government should dictate how professionals do their jobs?

      Yes or no.

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        #5
        Originally posted by everything bagel View Post

        Yes or no question time. Do you think government should dictate how professionals do their jobs?

        Yes or no.
        If a "professional" is using the profession to harm someone, like a minor below maturity age, they should face legal penalties.

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          #6
          Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post

          If a "professional" is using the profession to harm someone, like a minor below maturity age, they should face legal penalties.
          So yes?

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          • 6-eyed
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            it violates the non aggression principle

          #7
          Also, if a pre-pubescent boy believes he was born a girl in the wrong body, and undergoes hormone/puberty blockers, his penis will stay small. When he wants to get a sex change, his fake vagina will only be as deep as his penis was long. So if he has a 3.5" penis, that's how deep his new vagina will be.

          So yeah, hormone blockers on minors should be a crime.

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            #8
            Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
            So yeah
            ok cool. So you believe government knows what is better for us than we do. You think the Alabama senate knows more about transgender medicine than professional doctors who specialize in transgender medicine.

            Fine. I disagree with that, but I dont fault you for embracing big government telling people how to live.

            But I do fault you for masquerading as someone who claims to hate government telling people how to live while... well supporting government telling people how to live.


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            #9
            So yes or no? It's a simple question

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