Gender Dysphoria in Children
Series Crosstalk America
he matter of gender confusion across our land is off the charts. From preschool on, children are being indoctrinated through drag queen story hours and through television programming parents once thought was safe, now promoting lifestyles causing young children to become confused. Children are taught that you may look like a boy, but you may actually be a girl. Girls are taught that you may look like a girl, but you may actually be a boy. Children then are celebrated for declaring they are of a different sort and affirmed by society.
And this confusion is only intensifying! Look at the emojis just released of so-called pregnant men. Girls' sports are being decimated. This is the consequence of ignoring the fact that God created male and female.
But how do we deal with these matters with children? Many are running to the medical profession for puberty blockers or cross-sex hormones, and sadly some are even following procedures to mutilate their own bodies.
Addressing these matters is Dr. Quentin Van Meter. He is President & Interim co-Executive Director of the American College of Pediatricians. He is a Board-Certified Pediatric Endocrinologist of 44 years. Dr. Van Meter obtained his medical degree in 1973. He did his pediatric internship and pediatric residency at the Naval Regional Medical Center in Oakland through the University of California, San Francisco. And completed his pediatric endocrinology fellowship at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is engaged in his own full-time endocrine practice and has been campaigning around the world to educate health care professionals about the harm of affirmation of gender incongruences.
|Jun 6, 2022